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(01-05-2012 02:56 AM)got watcha want Wrote: Sure, I will take a shot at it for free. That is not as good as the offer I laid out though...LOL
(01-05-2012 03:55 AM)got watcha want Wrote: I know what the raw version books for. If you can't get the cash value you want from it, then it is not worth it, expecially if your trading down you should get more......Good Luck.
Most traders are willing to trade thier cards up to an MJ auto like that but anyone rarely ever wants to trade an MJ auto down like that. No one has any reason to get mad about haggling on a trade??? I have never understood that...but it happens on forums like these from time to time.
(01-05-2012 05:31 AM)got watcha want Wrote: At $600, you would have to sit on it a while, but you could get it. Sorry if you thought my offer was a lowball. But I was thinking $500 cash value was as high as I could go.
You can get a raw version in great shape of that card for less than $400 on FEEbay......... I have seen them sell a little above $400 but not as much as just below that. My 9.5 MJ auto is about the same and it is a Bulls Uniform pictured auto card. The collegiate stuff is easier to find lately because UD is pumping so much of it out.
It is a nice card nonetheless and I hope what you get what you are wanting out of it.
(01-05-2012 06:38 AM)got watcha want Wrote: That brady is a bad example because of the condition issues with the raw cards. That is why the 9's sell so much higher. The same goes for a lot of the older inserts in basketball as well. A BGS 8.5 Precious Metal Gems MJ will command that much more than a raw one, all because it is a condition sensitive card.
The BGS Population report states that your MJ auto has 9 total BGS slabbed versions out there. Six of them recieved a BGS 9 and three of them recieved a 9.5. This MJ doesn't have the kind of condition problems that command premium value when singles get a 9.5 grade.
BUT, at the moment it is a 1 of 3 card.............
Please don't think I am trolling or take offense to this post. Just trying to relay my perspective. I won't disagree that your MJ could bring $600 either, I do believe it is very possible if you find the right buyer. That is why I don't sell really high end singles online. I can get what I want from local collectors and shows for them instead.
I also totally understand when traders offer the highest ebay sale value for their card and then quote you the lowest ebay sale price for your card. It happens all the time. Some collectors just see dollar signs $$$$$...........
(01-05-2012 07:09 AM)greg271126817 Wrote: also, the jordan sold in the offseason during the lockout for 560, but the person who won it said he was waiting on funds to clear from paypal before he could pay. I gave them 3 weeks and never got paid.
(01-05-2012 08:06 AM)got watcha want Wrote: Another reason I don't sell online on high end items over $300 cash value...