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Everything posted by Chasebcooper

  1. That’s the value to the owner though. So if a 1/1 card of a high profile player has never been sold, who determines the value? Card appraiser? I don’t think putting it into an auction would be the best suggestion because then you lose the card when you’re just trying to find out the value by putting in auction.
  2. So in this scenario people may sell at lower prices due to personal reasons or needing money, other scenarios will differ. So if he has it listed at $3500, then that’s the value to him and not worried about selling it for less. I can see this occurring and people only selling cards from their PC is if it’s worth it to them. Which brings us to the conclusion the cards value belongs to the holder regardless of what others have sold for. Assuming we can agree on this?
  3. If you start it at $1, still people may not see the auction, and people lowball on everything, unless there was a reserve set in this manner the owner could get totally screwed.
  4. If you get a 1 of 1 graded/authenticated who then can determine the value of the card? Is it the owner? What someone is willing to pay? A grading service tells you the value? How exactly is this determined since it is a 1 of 1? Professional responses only, not opinions. Thank you.