|View single post by Angelic Assassin|
|Posted: Mon Nov 25th, 2019 09:34 pm||
Well that's the thing, if I was looking into it as a half assed investment I would go for those few quality cards that you suggest. However, this would be more of a fun project seeing if I could get every card from every Met over the course of their history. Yes, I know it will stop dead at the 1966 Seaver and the 1967 Ryan but I can dream.I think the Seaver rookie card is actually 67 where he was sharing the card with some homo that never amounted to anything.
PSA 7 value is maybe around $1000 but you'll pay more of course.
rossi is right of course cards overall have very little value because they are so mass produced.
I actually haven't looked at anything I have in a coon's age but the first year I started collecting baseball, hockey and CFL cards would have been 68 up to about 77 when I discovered girls had gits and a cunt.
Briefly got back into it in the mid to late 80's but wasn't buying much of anything really. Bought the Conlon sets because I knew I'd never get actual cards of those players and thrn did mostly specialty cards like goaltenders, QB's and Montreal Expos.
Sold some off years ago which paid for a few things and have full sets of Topps and OpeeChee hockey from the years mentioned but not yet ready to get rid of everything.
Same with my comics. Haven't bought anything in quite a few years and stopped doing a weekly run to look for issues to fill holes when I moved out into the country.
This thread was great till Rossi posted that AA ruined it.
Rossi=The Mouth That Bored