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1986 Sportflics Robin Yount Error Yankee logo on back



 
 
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Old April 26th 11, 04:53 PM
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Default 1986 Sportflics Robin Yount Error Yankee logo on back

Does anyone have information on the extremely rare 1986 Sportflics card #42 Robin Yount Yankee logo on back. I read that SCD estimates that fewer than 100 cards exist and they price the card at $300. PSA has only graded 30 of these cards and they do not list a price for this card. Tom Day the President of Major League Marketing, the company that made Sportflics in 1986, said that about 50 of the cards were made but the error was immediately discovered and all the error cards were destroyed and none went into circulation. I read on line that one of these cards sold for $280 in ungraded condition. what's the story?
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Default 1986 Sportflics Robin Yount Error Yankee logo on back

On Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:53:58 AM UTC-4, 53track wrote:
Does anyone have information on the extremely rare 1986 Sportflics card
#42 Robin Yount Yankee logo on back. I read that SCD estimates that
fewer than 100 cards exist and they price the card at $300. PSA has
only graded 30 of these cards and they do not list a price for this
card. Tom Day the President of Major League Marketing, the company that
made Sportflics in 1986, said that about 50 of the cards were made but
the error was immediately discovered and all the error cards were
destroyed and none went into circulation. I read on line that one of
these cards sold for $280 in ungraded condition. what's the story?




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Old June 24th 12, 06:50 PM posted to rec.collecting.cards.discuss
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Default 1986 Sportflics Robin Yount Error Yankee logo on back

On Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:53:58 AM UTC-4, 53track wrote:
Does anyone have information on the extremely rare 1986 Sportflics card
#42 Robin Yount Yankee logo on back. I read that SCD estimates that
fewer than 100 cards exist and they price the card at $300. PSA has
only graded 30 of these cards and they do not list a price for this
card. Tom Day the President of Major League Marketing, the company that
made Sportflics in 1986, said that about 50 of the cards were made but
the error was immediately discovered and all the error cards were
destroyed and none went into circulation. I read on line that one of
these cards sold for $280 in ungraded condition. what's the story?




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On Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:53:58 AM UTC-4, 53track wrote:
Does anyone have information on the extremely rare 1986 Sportflics card
#42 Robin Yount Yankee logo on back. I read that SCD estimates that
fewer than 100 cards exist and they price the card at $300. PSA has
only graded 30 of these cards and they do not list a price for this
card. Tom Day the President of Major League Marketing, the company that
made Sportflics in 1986, said that about 50 of the cards were made but
the error was immediately discovered and all the error cards were
destroyed and none went into circulation. I read on line that one of
these cards sold for $280 in ungraded condition. what's the story?




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53track


sold two about 3 or 4 years ago at $250 ea. I found them in packs purchased outside Kingston NY in 1986.



On Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:53:58 AM UTC-4, 53track wrote:
Does anyone have information on the extremely rare 1986 Sportflics card
#42 Robin Yount Yankee logo on back. I read that SCD estimates that
fewer than 100 cards exist and they price the card at $300. PSA has
only graded 30 of these cards and they do not list a price for this
card. Tom Day the President of Major League Marketing, the company that
made Sportflics in 1986, said that about 50 of the cards were made but
the error was immediately discovered and all the error cards were
destroyed and none went into circulation. I read on line that one of
these cards sold for $280 in ungraded condition. what's the story?




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53track


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Old October 16th 12, 09:21 PM
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