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(11-19-2012 02:39 AM)mickey7mantle7 Wrote: I'm kinda bias I guess. I love both don't get me wrong. Who wouldn't want to have the highest ever graded insert?
For me, it's the PMG. I've seen the video you posted and man does it sparkle. It's a beautiful card. Something about MJ's upper torso on the Gold 9.5 that just looks weird. I'm more into him doing an action pose. The action shot on there is cool, but they could have added another type of photo to go with it...maybe I'm just weird. lol
Anyways rare23, I would take either one, but love the PMG. Awesome stuff man.
(11-21-2012 09:14 AM)bengu Wrote: What is it with people posting videos of beautiful cards with enya type background music???? Lol just wondering : )
Jun how much did u end up selling your Fleer RC BGS 9.5+ for to mnmiracle if u don't mind me asking? And is he a stand up guy? Cause I've heard shady things about him before!?
(11-29-2012 03:28 AM)Troubless Wrote: I would pick the PMG, but only because I already have the Finest. I started collecting Jordan cards in the mid 90s and already then I was thinking that the PMG was overpriced and I never managed to pick one up for a decent price, even though I liked the card. I just checked my records and it looks as if the purchase of the Finest was probably my best deal ever: I managed to buy the Finest and a 98-99 Skybox Rubies for $ 1850.
All this talk of price manipulation on 90s inserts makes me wonder if I should start selling some of those.
(11-29-2012 03:58 AM)mickey7mantle7 Wrote: I guess it depends what you plan on doing with what you have. Are you still collecting, getting out? I see you are a new member and sounds like you have some high end stuff. Are you new on here because you are wanting to sell or what?
(11-29-2012 04:43 AM)Troubless Wrote: Good question! As I said I started collecting in the mid 90s, and I stopped in 2001, both because it was getting too expensive and I didn't want any Jordan cards in a Wizard's uniform. I put my collection away for some 10 years now, and I just got on Beckett to check some of the prices and see the evolution of some of the top end cards. Needless to say I was surprised to see that the bulk of my collection was very much in demand. Selling now with a view to buy back later when prices have corrected might sound like a good idea IF there is some price manipulation going on. Any views?