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Hey guys,

I never really come on the baseball board, but I've got 1 baseball card left in my collection that I'd be willing to trade for the right thing. I'm not even 100% what the card is (perhaps someone can fill me in), but my grandpa gave it to me a long while back and it is autographed by Nolan Ryan.


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It is in pretty good shape besides some surface smudges that you can probably see in the scan. I'm sure someone with more expertise at cleaning could probably get those off pretty easily though.

I'd want to trade this for something of equal value of Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers or Dirk Nowitzki if possible. Would consider other Packers as well. Let me know!
I used to have that card, but it wasn't autographed. I'm not sure they made an actual autographed version of the card. Was it obtained in person?
Its an unliscensed card by Silver Star. I agree I don't recall an autographed version. He likely obtained it in person himself. Nice card though! Not technically able to even be traded on Beckett since it can't be found in the OPG. Given it was a gift from your grandfather, can't be dealt here really, and is an in person auto which lowers its value, I'd say KEEP it.
http://www.beckett.com/baseball/1991/sil...an-3961594
I have 7 of those already
Its this card and its an after market auto.
Not sure what you are wanting for it but you can check me for it
Yes, it's either an in-person or TTM. But it's definitely an after-market type thing. As far as unsigned, Beckett has Graded 3 of them, so far. Its designation is Nolan Ryan 1991 SilverStar Holograms #2.
Yes I'm pretty sure it was obtained in person (cant ask him any more because of Alzheimers). One of the perks of living in Arlington I suppose, easier to get to signings.
I'm not an expert but it looks legit.
(08-10-2013 10:04 AM)nathan craig Wrote: [ -> ]Yes I'm pretty sure it was obtained in person (cant ask him any more because of Alzheimers). One of the perks of living in Arlington I suppose, easier to get to signings.

Personally, IF it were me, I would keep & treasure the card!! Just my opinion.
(08-10-2013 11:27 AM)nolan5000 Wrote: [ -> ]Personally, IF it were me, I would keep & treasure the card!! Just my opinion.

I would get the card graded and the autograph authenticated by JSA. I think BGS and JSA have a partnership in this regard.
(08-10-2013 01:33 PM)boxer4psi Wrote: [ -> ]I would get the card graded and the autograph authenticated by JSA. I think BGS and JSA have a partnership in this regard.

i wouldnt grade it, i think those edges and corners look a little rough. however i would personally have psa authenticate the auto and slab it.

just my two cents, great card!
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