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(01-18-2013 01:27 PM)Mikarlo Wrote: So yesterday was a good day for me in terms of pulls. I picked up 4 '12 Bowman Draft packs (the smaller size, not the jumbos) and pulled a few decent cards including a Richie Shaffer Blue Ref Auto redemption card. Later, my friend had to go do some shopping at Walmart, so I asked her to pick me up some of the '12 Bowman Platinum or Topps Chrome hangers that have been marked down to $5.98. She came back with 2 of the BP hangers.
I'm not sure I could have been luckier myself in selecting 2 hangers. Out of the 6 packs and 2 bonus Purple Ref packs, here are a few of the highlights.
(The Hosmer and Hamilton are PCs)
But the real gem is this:
I was pretty pumped at first when I saw who/what it was. But upon closer inspection...do you all see the bad cut?
Along with many of you, I've pulled some pretty bad cuts before. But they've never been of the value this one carries. My question: How much does a bad cut like this affect the value? Or does it at all? The card is basically perfect on the edges and corners...the only issue is the cut.
Thanks all for the opinions and for taking a look/read. Have a great weekend all!
(01-18-2013 02:01 PM)elberson Wrote: I always liked the odd ball myself, I say keep it