Short week brings success via trade/eBay

worldwideed

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How/Why on earth are Harmon Killebrew autos available for under $20? This hobby is totally bass ackwards sometimes. For now I'll reap the benefits of people not respecting the sport and it's history.
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Only TTM of the week NFT.
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Trade from levi.
Only the 90 Leaf is NFT
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tigsfan

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Your thread just reminded me to mention this to you: if you still need Chuck Crim come the beginning of the MWL season, I can probably get him for you. He is the Loons pitching coach and I expect him to return next year, I am just asking for a couple of dollars and a SASE (or like an additional dollar for s/h) since I have enough of him from previous 50/50s.

Also, I agree that the Killer needs a little more love. I got a TTM auto of his in a trade last year and am very happy with it.:)
 

mrmopar

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Killebrew is not a tough signature. That helps drive prices more so than the players popularity and HOF status (Kell, Doerr, Snider, Feller and few others come to mind as well for this category, although Killebrew tends to be a tier or two above the easiest of the easy as does Snider for his certified stuff).

As with the unusual GU cards of subjects not often used (Arky Vaughan, Joe Cronin, Rogers Hornsby, etc.; the prices for these unique cards are reflective of the demand for shorter supplied cards.

I remember seeing someone here boasting that they nabbed an Otis Nixon certified autograph and I want to say the price was in the high double digits! This was based only on the fact that it was either his only certified issue at the time or perhaps it was his only certified issue featured on that team. I can't remember now, but I found it hard to believe until I looked up prices of similar cards and saw it was true!

Your pick up is a nice one for sure. Clean design and an ever popular on card signature as well. Congrats.
 
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