(12-06-2012 01:15 AM)nthnoak Wrote: holy hell. those bv's are insane. i would have never guessed that, especially for a card of him in a chiefs uni. id have a hard time believing these actually sold for anywhere near that amount. i mean am i missing something here? other than being rare, what makes these cards appealing to be valued that high?
(12-06-2012 09:39 AM)Johnybgud Wrote: I believe they are the rarest of all Montana cards and only 12 people in the world will be able to own one which creates a demand.
(12-06-2012 01:14 PM)nolan5000 Wrote: That's not entirely true. One person could own more than one. Thus, decreasing the number of people that could own one.
(12-06-2012 02:09 PM)Johnybgud Wrote: You're right, coz I own 2 of the hf2....happy holidays...
(12-06-2012 04:17 PM)weslamb Wrote: This went from an ok story to a wang measuring contest... love it! Kudos to you having some rare "Skybox" card(s)
My uncle works for Beckett! OH NOES I'm cooler than you!
(12-06-2012 05:02 PM)wavytiger1975 Wrote: I can honestly say I agree with you a bit here about how it seems like a bit of bragging, but he didn't come out with the story until asked and said contact him via PM. The only thing I gather about your statements are jealousy. Of course I'm not helping the issue either way.
(12-06-2012 07:28 PM)nthnoak Wrote: Well I get that their rare. But he's in a chiefs uni. Being the 49er collector I am, I know all his chiefs stuff usually sells for far less than in a niner uni. And those basketball cards you talk about are of guys like Kobe and Jordan featured in their bulls or laker jerseys and are very beautiful cards that are serial numbered. Im not trying to diss your cards or anything, I just dont get it. Hes in a chiefs uni, its not serial numbered, and its not a flashy looking card like the basketball inserts that sell for a lot. I have a lot of cards numbered to less than 12 and their not worth near that much. My other issue is how do these cards even have a beckett value if their print run is only 12? That I dont get.