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(11-06-2012 03:10 AM)quavis Wrote: I think a lot of the undervalue is because they were Faked even more than the Fleer RC. It was so common that collectors didn't want to bother with it and it lost value.
(11-06-2012 02:37 AM)user_3n5kp Wrote: Just picked up my OLY and 288 and waiting for them to arrive. There is the only 9 of the 288 being auctioned on eBay by PWCC and it is fetching SERIOUS coin.
(11-06-2012 03:33 AM)arabiansnowgriz Wrote: If you don't mind me asking. What did you end up paying for the OLY and SPEC? What grade did you get them at?
Oh and when they come in I woould love to see some scans
(11-06-2012 03:50 AM)user_3n5kp Wrote: No problem at all. I picked up the OLY in a 7.5 but with some great subs (Centering 6.5/Corners 8.5/Edges 9/Surface 9.5.). I think the centering was given a really tough sub and if regraded it would come back 7-7.5.
The 288 is a BGS 7 (Centering 6.5/Corners 8.5/Edges 9/Surface 9). Same issue. I think these were graded early on and graded very harshly. Centering is a serious issue on both of these cards and IMO, the difference between a 6.5 sub and the 8.5 sub on my #101 is not huge. Stars are the only cards where I'll take centering under a 9 because the grading for centering is all over the map.
Also threw in the Ewing XRC in 8.5 on the same buy and was under $600 delivered. I felt it was a great deal.