I was able to snag one of the big ones out of Topps Turkey Red. All Howard has is a base card the 4 printing plates. Never know if the plates are going to see the light of day. I got lucky and one was on ebay. Also had to use my crazy good negotiating skills or just plain luck that the person was a bit stubborn about their initial price.
Card went up for auction with a reserve. I messaged the seller and asked what the reserve was. They told me 40 dollars. I said I'd give them 30 right now if they took the auction down. They decided to let it ride. Auction ended in the 27 dollar range.
I messaged the seller again and said my offer still stands at 30. They declined and put the card up as a 10 day buy it now without a best offer option at 40. I watched it but decided against spending the extra 10 dollars.
The 10 days came and went, the seller re-listed again at .99 cents with no reserve. I again messaged the seller and offered 30 dollars. He again told me that he wanted to let it ride. I couldn't argue too much it was his card he could do what he wants. So I decided to bid. I sniped the auction for 13 dollars!
And that is why ladies and gentleman if you are selling don't turn down reasonable offers!
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As far as plates go its not too bad. I like that the picture is still visible and you can actually tell who it is. Some of those other plates I have no idea unless someone told me. Got some other good stuff coming this week! Can't wait!
Let's not talk about the Flyers, but I do have a sweet hockey card coming from Canada (hopefully comes soon)
Thanks for reading!