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At what book value do you consider a card to be high end? I know "high end" is a relative term based on one's financial status, but in your opinion where is the line between low, mid, and high end.
everyone is different, and it isnt solely based on book value. for instance, a 60 dollar insert from the 90's might be high end to someone, and not to others. but a 60 dollar patch card miht not be high end to some, but it would be to others

but in general:

low end: 5-20
medium: 20-80
high end: 100+
Anything above $100 is high book. If I was getting stuff graded nothing under $100 goes.
like jacoby said everyone is different and I do think you have to go more with your finances in that case.

for me, low end anything under $20
mid- $20-$60
high end- $60 and up.

hope this helps.
To me-
Low-end: under $10
Mid-end: $10-50
High-end: $50-100
Ultra high-end: $100+
(10-13-2012 10:39 PM)uvaspina Wrote: [ -> ]To me-
Low-end: under $10
Mid-end: $10-50
High-end: $50-100
Ultra high-end: $100+
I agree with this post
I would consider anything over $50 high end.
(10-14-2012 01:23 PM)20youksox Wrote: [ -> ]I would consider anything over $50 high end.

+1
OK...so for the longest time I have been interpreting things wrong. When I see "high-end" I always thought that mean the product that the card came from was "high-end". I also thought that "low-end" would be the base of the base stuff like base Topps, Score, NBA Hoops etc etc. An example of what I thought was high end would have been Triple Threads, Prominence, anything that will run over a c-note per pack.

So am I totally wrong and off base here?
Over $100 USD is a high-end card to me. My idea is somewhere between uvaspina and jacobystealshome.
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