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Another Question - Strata Hobby vs Retail
01-07-2013, 08:54 AM
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Another Question - Strata Hobby vs Retail
Sooooo, what's the difference between Strata Hobby and Retail... the thickness of the cards! Wow.

All of the cards from the Hobby Box I recently broke were much thicker cardboard stock and the retail boxes are a much thinner, flimsy card.

Didn't realize until after busting the retail boxes that they cards are actually different and specified as such in the Beckett as 2012 Topps Strata Retail #1 Robert Griffin III RC for example.

I'm sure the retail are going to book for much lower when the values come out, agreed?

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01-07-2013, 09:13 AM
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RE: Another Question - Strata Hobby vs Retail
For the most part yes, Luck & Griffin might still be close to hobby price but those are only 2 I see being close. Also the retail has different photos than hobby.

(01-07-2013 08:54 AM)sshissler Wrote:  Sooooo, what's the difference between Strata Hobby and Retail... the thickness of the cards! Wow.

All of the cards from the Hobby Box I recently broke were much thicker cardboard stock and the retail boxes are a much thinner, flimsy card.

Didn't realize until after busting the retail boxes that they cards are actually different and specified as such in the Beckett as 2012 Topps Strata Retail #1 Robert Griffin III RC for example.

I'm sure the retail are going to book for much lower when the values come out, agreed?

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