(12-27-2012 01:23 PM)TBarn291 Wrote: I have also been trying to pick up a 9-9.5 Shaq Beam Team, I am not to familiar with the different grading methods, what is the difference between the Beckett BCCG and the regular beckett slabs? Theres a couple of BCCG 10s on ebay, but they look nowhere near as nice as the beckett 9.5 with subgrades that sold yesterday.
Quote:The prices people are asking on eBay are insane. VCP avg for the Shaq in 9.5 is around 200 and they are asking 150 or more for 9s. Something about that set has people asking way over the average price.
(12-27-2012 02:10 PM)briankort Wrote: The prices people ask are based on us collectors. If none of us would pay the prices they will go down until finally someone buys it. RGIII and Luck Cards are made out of the same cardboard as Michael Floyd cards, but collectors are paying 4-10 times the prices for the cards.
I just sold a $20 BV reggie Miller card for $50 cash to some guy in China. Kobe Refractors and Short print cards sell crazy over book on ebay all the time. One of his 90's refractors sold for $333 a few weeks back. That is over 2X the BV of $150. But there are 5 million Kobe collectors and only 150 of those cards.
(12-27-2012 01:56 PM)user_3n5kp Wrote: I don't go for BCCG. I don't care for the flip and feel the guidelines for gradi are too loose. A lot of dealers will send in bulk orders BCCG because the rates are lower. I feel BGS is a better service. I was bidding on a BGS 9.5 Shaq last night and lost it in the last seconds for $1. Went for $163. Seriously bummed.
The prices people are asking on eBay are insane. VCP avg for the Shaq in 9.5 is around 200 and they are asking 150 or more for 9s. Something about that set has people asking way over the average price.