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Old 04-26-2014, 04:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 13/14 UD Acetate Young Guns

Does anyone know the approximate print run on these or the odds of pulling one? Just trying to determine a value on one I'm looking to buy.

I'm sure this has been asked a few times, but I wasn't able to find a previous thread/post regarding it.
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Old 04-26-2014, 05:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would say their are most likely around 15-25 copies of each player. But that's just a guess

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I would say they are most likely around 15-25 copies of each player. But that's just a guess
I could see that. It has to be less than 50, only seeing around 2 per player surface so far.
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i pulled fontaine today. my first in 10 boxes
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never heard of them they sound awesome
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I pulled a Jacob Trouba acetate and bought a Charlie Coyle. Good players sell for huge money, last trouba on ebay went at $215 in auction.
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what do they look like. Post a picture
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My trouba and coyle acetate cards are in the first pic.. Photo and image hosting, free photo galleries, photo editing
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They look awesome, still trying to pick up a Trouba.
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The pricing is totally unpredictable on these, but they do appear to be increasing in price as people seem more interested.

Even the low end guys are $30-40 each...and a lot of bigger names have sold for seemingly low BINs.
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Wonder if these are considered the new ICE Rookies?

Which do you guys like better?
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Wonder if these are considered the new ICE Rookies?

Which do you guys like better?
Pros and cons to each.

Ice RCs obviously have serial-numbering which is key...but at a minimum of #/99, the acetates are assumed to be far more rare.

The acetates also have the Young Guns name, so that's huge.

If UD can keep running with these acetates in the upcoming years, they will continue to gain traction obviously. If they kill it, who knows.
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Pros and cons to each.

Ice RCs obviously have serial-numbering which is key...but at a minimum of #/99, the acetates are assumed to be far more rare.

The acetates also have the Young Guns name, so that's huge.

If UD can keep running with these acetates in the upcoming years, they will continue to gain traction obviously. If they kill it, who knows.
Also heard ICE will have it's own product this year I wonder if that will affect the acetate cards.
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