Right Ben, but with a great technical grade, that Robinson also goes for 8-10x the price. Maybe Jeff will be right and the smart money will be on the low-grade/great-image stuff. But it's also possible that some new collectors with deep pockets will jump into the set and bid up high grade, faded cards. Hard to know which will happen.
I am sending these 2 cards to Sterling's next auction I have had no luck selling them on the BST's at what I felt were reasonable prices. Decent technical grades but faint images so I am curious how they will fair in the auction.
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jbonie wrote:Also, nolemmings goes blabbing on and on about the 25+ years of experience of the authors, and then says "their opinions should be given deference". And then ironically states in the next sentence "I am not a lemming."
I thought I should give an update to this argument since it was three years ago. In spite of the general perception, I did have contact with Joe G. about this topic, and in fact, he mentioned that he did indeed rank the OJ HOF'ers based on what were the SGC pop reports at the time when the book was written.
He said that if he had known about this thread, he would have come on and tried to correct it. Based on my understanding of what he wrote, the general premise of the OP is correct. I just feel like this is nice time to realize that just because someone holds the minority opinion, it doesn't mean he is necessarily wrong.
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