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Beckett Baseball: Ask the editor
12-24-2009, 05:53 AM
Post: #181
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chrisolds Wrote:
docisin Wrote:Chris
If you look at the 1999 Bowman autograph set there are blue, silver and gold versions of the set. However, only the blue version is listed in the OPG. The 1998 Bowman Autograph set is similar to the 1999 set with blue, silver and gold parallels and they are all listed in the OPG. I am trying to add some cards from the 1999 Bowman Autograph silver set and I noticed this ommision.


In the magazine, the colors are noted in the headers for the set. The same information is on the site under 1999 Bowman Autographs. Check that out and see if it doesn't have what you need...


Yeah I saw that. My issue is I want to add the Silver version to my Beckett organize. Currently, I can only add 1 specific version called 1999 Bowman Autograph. I can't add specific colors as I can with the 1998 set. I know the different color parallels exist as it is mentioned in becket and I physically have the different variations. But as far as adding it to my organize, it is as if the different variations don't exist online. For instance, when you search for all Roy Halladay cards in the OPG it will list all his cards from 1997 to present including all parallel variations, but for his 1999 Bowman Autograph it will only list the 1 version and not the silver or gold parallels.

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12-24-2009, 09:42 AM
Post: #182
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docisin Wrote:
chrisolds Wrote:
docisin Wrote:Chris
If you look at the 1999 Bowman autograph set there are blue, silver and gold versions of the set. However, only the blue version is listed in the OPG. The 1998 Bowman Autograph set is similar to the 1999 set with blue, silver and gold parallels and they are all listed in the OPG. I am trying to add some cards from the 1999 Bowman Autograph silver set and I noticed this ommision.


In the magazine, the colors are noted in the headers for the set. The same information is on the site under 1999 Bowman Autographs. Check that out and see if it doesn't have what you need...


Correction. When you enter Roy Halladay in the search tool in the OPG the nothing is listed for his 1999 Bowman Autograph among his entire catalog of cards . But when you enter 1999 Bowman Autographs Roy Halladay in the search box it lists 1 variation of the card. It seems to be a problem with the OPG. It seems that way with all cards in the 1999 Bowman Autograph set. Perhaps this is an issue for tech/maintenance?

Yeah I saw that. My issue is I want to add the Silver version to my Beckett organize. Currently, I can only add 1 specific version called 1999 Bowman Autograph. I can't add specific colors as I can with the 1998 set. I know the different color parallels exist as it is mentioned in becket and I physically have the different variations. But as far as adding it to my organize, it is as if the different variations don't exist online. For instance, when you search for all Roy Halladay cards in the OPG it will list all his cards from 1997 to present including all parallel variations, but for his 1999 Bowman Autograph it will only list the 1 version and not the silver or gold parallels.


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12-24-2009, 05:04 PM
Post: #183
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Post a scan showing the different versions together and I will forward it to the fixer along with the info.

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12-27-2009, 12:09 PM
Post: #184
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Wally World (Wal-Mart) has a Topps 2009 Baseball factory set w/ Mickey Mantle card on the window on the box for $49.99. Don't see this in Beckett Guide and worth risking getting it?

Also I'm new on here, but been collecting since 1977. What are Serial Numbered when you talking about cards and what does the red and green bar means by each card?

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12-28-2009, 10:35 AM
Post: #185
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I went to population report and the cards i just got back graded are not listed. however i can go to graded card look up and they are there. how long does it take to update population report from the date the cards are shipped.
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12-28-2009, 10:36 AM
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how do i see what cards people have in there org accounts.
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12-28-2009, 11:39 AM
Post: #187
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Raylon Wrote:Wally World (Wal-Mart) has a Topps 2009 Baseball factory set w/ Mickey Mantle card on the window on the box for $49.99. Don't see this in Beckett Guide and worth risking getting it?

Also I'm new on here, but been collecting since 1977. What are Serial Numbered when you talking about cards and what does the red and green bar means by each card?


It's worth getting it if you like it and want it. Sometimes there's a strong secondary market for retail-only chain-specific bonus cards, sometimes there isn't. That one likely hasn't seen a lot of movement so far enough to price it, but I can't tell you for sure.

Serial-numbering on cards means there are numbers on the cards indicating how many were made and what specific number that card is out of that amount. For example, 2009 copies of each 2009 Topps Gold card were made, all sequentially numbered from 0001/2,009 to 2,009/2,009.

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12-28-2009, 11:42 AM
Post: #188
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hofcollector1975 Wrote:how do i see what cards people have in there org accounts.


You can only see cards in others' organize if they have made those collections publicly viewable.

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12-28-2009, 01:00 PM
Post: #189
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Chris,

I may be in the minority, but I liked the old site and message boards much better. 

Anyway, thanks for taking questions ... I have two.

The following card (2006-07 USA Baseball Bound for Beijing Materials #17 Chad Allen Hat SP) ... I can't find it anywhere, nor have I ever seen it listed on Ebay or Naxcom. Can you confirm this card actually exists, or am I chasing something that was never created?

Also, under the Organize tool, there appear to be two bars next to a card or player. They sometimes are colored either Green, Red, or nothing at all.  Why is that? What do they mean?

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12-28-2009, 01:13 PM
Post: #190
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Reagle Beagle 37 Wrote:

The following card (2006-07 USA Baseball Bound for Beijing Materials #17 Chad Allen Hat SP) ... I can't find it anywhere, nor have I ever seen it listed on Ebay or Naxcom. Can you confirm this card actually exists, or am I chasing something that was never created?

Also, under the Organize tool, there appear to be two bars next to a card or player. They sometimes are colored either Green, Red, or nothing at all.  Why is that? What do they mean?


I believe it does -- because I think I have a couple at home. Will check one of these days. There are a lot of cards in sets just like that one that never seem to pop up...

While I don't answer site/tech questions (not my area), I believe it's tied to a total of peoples' haves/wants in their organize. Could be wrong, though.

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