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(02-16-2012 07:09 PM)johlix Wrote: I understand what you are saying but not all people are like that. Just the ones who are trying to make money and not true collectors. I dont think that is becketts fault. They offer a high and a low price in beckett reflecting low and high sales. when then have more then one sale recorded. They are not detemining the price by themselves they get their prices from recorded sales. (This is not for certain just what i was lead to believe.)
beat me to it with a little more detail GJ
(02-16-2012 07:32 PM)bossyscards Wrote: everyone seems to be missing something here.first off no one changes what is put into beckett.and as u said,if the cards sell at 25.00 why is it listed at 50.00(1).there are too many cards that have no sales and beckett has found a way to get a price on it.(2)
(02-17-2012 10:51 PM)dam1057 Wrote: Beckett is supposed to be a guide, but many consider it a Bible and won't move off a price. I have notice for the last year or so that most cards sell nowhere near what Beckett considers a guide for that particular card. I tend to think Beckett is a little out of touch with values/guides.