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Old December 6th 03, 05:49 PM
Scott Henrichs
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Default Topps American Treasures

I know this group has been dying lately, but I'm surprised no one's
mentioned these. Talk about high priced insert sets, this is by far the
pricest ever. All 1 of 1 auto's of the presidents. So far, only two
have been on eBay, Jefferson (who is probably going to be the 3rd
priciest) and currently Nixon at $16,300

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tegory=55 956

Who has the money to pay these insane prices for the auto's, I can see
Jefferson hitting nearly $30K but why Nixon? I mean, his auto has got
to be 1000 times easier to find than Jefferson's, and autograph
collectors wouldn't be looking for his auto as much as someone who's
been dead for almost 200 years.

So if you had to guess, what would you say for the other cards in the
set? Although, the prices will probably drop once a couple more start
hitting eBay I suppose since not as many of heavy payers will be wanting
to lay down the big bucks to get one card, any card, from the set.

Washington $70,000
Adams $25,000
Jefferson $27,800 (already sold)
Madison $25,000
Monroe $20,000
Q Adams $20,000
Jackson $20,000
Van Buren $20,000
Henry Harrison $15,000
Tyler $15,000
Polk $15,000
Taylor $15,000
Fillmore $15,000
Pierce $15,000
Buchanan $15,000
Lincon $70,000
Johnson $20,000
Grant $20,000
Hayes $15,000
Garfield $15,000
Arthur $12,000
Cleveland $15,000
Harrison $12,000
McKinnley $15,000
T. Roosevelt $20,000
Taft $15,000
Wilson $12,000
Harding $12,000
Coolidge $12,000
Hoover $12,000
F. Roosevelt $25,000
Truman $20,000
Eisenhower $20,000
JFK $35,000
Johnson $15,000
Nixon $16,300 (currently on eBay)
Ford $10,000
Carter $10,000
Reagan $25,000
Clinton $20,000
Bush dual signed $30,000

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Old December 6th 03, 05:51 PM
Johndaigle1
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thanks man...
havent been following the hobby much, WOW!!!
now those are some inserts..


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Old December 7th 03, 03:08 PM
Bill Smith
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James Garfield is up on ebay now, item #2771514272


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Old December 7th 03, 08:39 PM
LARGE EYES
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In article , Scott Henrichs
writes:

Clinton $20,000
Bush dual signed $30,000


Way way way too high.
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Old December 7th 03, 08:45 PM
Scott Henrichs
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You'd think so, but Nixon is at $15,700 right now.


LARGE EYES wrote:

In article , Scott Henrichs
writes:


Clinton $20,000
Bush dual signed $30,000



Way way way too high.


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Old December 7th 03, 09:25 PM
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In article , Scott Henrichs
writes:

You'd think so, but Nixon is at $15,700 right now.


LARGE EYES wrote:

In article , Scott Henrichs
writes:


Clinton $20,000
Bush dual signed $30,000



Way way way too high.



But nixon is dead.................
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Old December 10th 03, 07:52 AM
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If they'll pay over 10,000 for Nixon what will they pay for the big boys like
Lincoln, or FDR, or JFK? You could buy a pack of cards and literally become an
instant millionaire if you pull one of those guys
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Old December 10th 03, 05:03 PM
Bill Smith
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"BlackJet76" wrote in message
...
If they'll pay over 10,000 for Nixon what will they pay for the big boys

like
Lincoln, or FDR, or JFK? You could buy a pack of cards and literally

become an
instant millionaire if you pull one of those guys


I doubt if all the cuts together bring $1 million...maybe slightly more than
$1 million.


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Old December 10th 03, 10:41 PM
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Huh? If the Jefferson sold for just under $28,000, how would any of
the others sell for a million? Think, man, think.


Consider the source.
 




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