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#1

price guide
I pulled this card out of a hobby box as a redemption but I still am unable to find a price for it in the beckett price guide.


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#2

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There is no pricing for anything that is out of /10 or lower on Beckett
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#3

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Nice card. Wish today's players could provide signatures like the old timers.
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#4

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Very nice. As per above, since the card is numbered out of 5 - no pricing. Here are the 2 cards that match these auto's

2013 Topps Heritage Real One Autographs Triple #RBB Frank Robinson/Johnny Bench/Jay Bruce
2014 Topps Heritage Real One Autographs Triple #ROTARBB Johnny Bench/Jay Bruce/Frank Robinson

Could not locate any sales of these two cards. 2013 Heritage does have a Robinson / Bruce auto for sale on COMC - may want to use this as a starting point. Good Luck!
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#5

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Thanks for the information everyone.
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#6

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Wouldn't Pete Rose or Tony Perez be a better option than Jay Bruce for that card?
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#7

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My guess is they wanted one of the players to be a current player
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(01-16-2022, 12:48 PM)jack pfiester Wrote: Wouldn't Pete Rose or Tony Perez be a better option than Jay Bruce for that card?
It's a licensed card. Don't think Pete can be on any licensed card....YET
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(01-18-2022, 08:35 AM)PhoenixRisen Wrote: It's a licensed card. Don't think Pete can be on any licensed card....YET
Correct, 100%.  Also I think there is a set number (or %) of retired players that can be in any 1 set.
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