Posted on August 9, 2012 – 9:06 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | 2012 Bowman Platinum, Beckett Grading Services, BGS, Bryce Harper, featured, Nick's Sports Cards, Superfractor, Topps | Comments (7)
Beckett Baseball‘s Chris Olds caught up with collector Calvin Shuler, who found the Bryce Harper Superfractor in a pack of 2012 Bowman Platinum at Nick’s Sports Cards in Dallas, Texas.
What was his reaction? What are his plans for the card? Watch and find out …
Update: The card was graded a 9 by Beckett Grading Services and will be sold soon via Beckett Select Auctions, the consignment arm of Beckett Media.
Your Take: What will the Superfractor sell for?
Why bother grading this card? It’s a 1 of 1! It’s not like grading it would make it better than another similar card which might not grade as high.
I’d get it graded just to make sure it’s preserved.
I wish him luck and I hope he gets what he’s looking for but honestly my first thought when I saw the story where it was pulled is that a fair market price would be around $5-$8 K. I think $10 K is really going to be pushing the ceiling.
All I can say is this guy is addicted to cards for life now after having such an amazing pull. As a non rookie card if it sells over $5K. That would be amazing. If it was mine. I’d take the money andd take my family on an awesome trip.
I grade all my autographs, period.
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