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(04-12-2012 09:47 PM)chrisa19978 Wrote: I don't think so if you look at the final bid it was a snipe bid unless he was not willing to sell it for less than that and I don't believe he did that. I was willing to pay $3,051.00 and thats 6 times over beckett. Some of his cards beckett is way under and others there way over. This is one of those way over cards.
(04-13-2012 04:00 PM)mvandall Wrote: I agree that a lot of the rare 90's inserts are undervalued in beckett. I have seen many griffey inserts sell routinely for 3-4 times beckett. It really depends on the card and who is bidding. I have been in some of those bidding wars! lol.
(04-13-2012 04:21 PM)HeyFitzy Wrote: And its upsetting to me that this card went for that much money yet my Clemente rookie card which has been very well protected since I was a kid, could probably be graded a 9.5-10 would only be worth half this Jeter.
(04-13-2012 04:42 PM)kata78 Wrote: It's all whats in high demand at the moment. Jeter cards are on fire. It's what people want and what our generation wants at the moment. Look at Bryce and Strasburg. Thousands for unproven players? Its supply and demand and whos hot at the moment.
(04-13-2012 05:00 PM)mvandall Wrote: In my opinion, theprices on the harper and strasburg cards are insane. Where is the "investment"? The cards already book for so much. Both would have to be the all time best at their positions to come close to holding these prices.
(04-13-2012 05:12 PM)katieneack Wrote: +1 - I was thinking the same thing when the Jeremy Lin rookies were selling for $20K. What were these people thinking!! That card had absolutely no where to go but down, no matter what he did. The only great example I can think of where such a hyped rookie card continued to grow in value is the Albert Pujols Bowman Chrome.