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September 03, 2018, 06:42:43 PM
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Stick to your imaginary currency, "little fella" LOL.

Why are you here if you're just going to shit on bitcoin? I mean, you actually registered an account here and are spending your time arguing with people on a forum based on a topic you don't care about.

Oh, I know why.  You thought you were going to sell all of your cards to us at exorbitant prices and it isn't quite working out, eh?  Sorry bout that, buddy.  Maybe if you had invested in crypto a couple years ago, you wouldn't need to milk a $ out of every potential sucker in your mind. 

That's why we have the useful ignore function:)

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September 03, 2018, 09:14:16 PM
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Please allow me, gentlemen, to humbly request that we stay on topic and leave all negative personal remarks out of this thread. Many view this thread as a valuable source of information regarding these collectible cards, and off-topic remarks only tend to bury or dilute that important information, as I'm sure you'd agree.


Back on topic, I have a question about the Ginter X (black) cards.

If the Ginter X mini cards are limited to ~100 each, then how limited are the Ginter X full-size cards?

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Chris

A case of ginter X was cracked open and based on the total of 200 cases and the amount found in 1 case, the total came to around 500 of the regular size cards.  Hope this helps, and actually the count for the mini's was revised down to 50 total.
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September 03, 2018, 09:32:49 PM
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[T]he count for the mini's was revised down to 50 total.

Thanks for the info, dolphriends. Who did the revising?

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[T]he count for the mini's was revised down to 50 total.

Thanks for the info, dolphriends. Who did the revising?

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Chris

A friend in the sports card industry , not a bitcoin card fan.  Everyone is going to have to wait until official numbers come out which could be quite a wait.  Just like the glow in the dark ones, no official number was assigned by Topps.  The official number given by Topps for the ginter x black mini was 1.  We have already surpassed that.
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I personally enjoy the hunt as much as the find.  I have only seen a few items flipped but, for the most part the highly sought after rare ones have been extremely difficult to find for #83, #222, and #259.  This makes the hunt even more fun and when you find one you know you have something special.  Enjoy the hunt and most of all have some fun, price will take care of itself Smiley Smiley
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September 04, 2018, 04:52:11 PM
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a gold border sold for $26 delivered.  Tongue  Price is on the decline

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September 04, 2018, 06:23:09 PM
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I personally enjoy the hunt as much as the find.  I have only seen a few items flipped but, for the most part the highly sought after rare ones have been extremely difficult to find for #83, #222, and #259.  This makes the hunt even more fun and when you find one you know you have something special.  Enjoy the hunt and most of all have some fun, price will take care of itself Smiley Smiley

I didn't realize the 222 and 259 were valuable.  I bet I have several of those laying around  Smiley

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September 04, 2018, 06:35:56 PM
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information,
Hi Chris

A case of ginter X was cracked open and based on the total of 200 cases and the amount found in 1 case, the total came to around 500 of the regular size cards.  Hope this helps, and actually the count for the mini's was revised down to 50 total.

Just to be clear... The above estimate of 500 black cards is based on the contents of a single case, correct?

Wouldn’t that mean the single case contained 2.5 black cards? (In other words, 2.5 cards per case x 200 cases = 500 cards.) How does one find .5 cards in a case? I’d think that the case owner found either 2 or 3 black cards making the estimated total quantity either 400 or 600. What am I missing?

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September 04, 2018, 07:03:16 PM
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What is the estimated number of the base card?  Is it thousands, like 10,000?

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Hi Chris

A case of ginter X was cracked open and based on the total of 200 cases and the amount found in 1 case, the total came to around 500 of the regular size cards.  Hope this helps, and actually the count for the mini's was revised down to 50 total.

Just to be clear... The above estimate of 500 black cards is based on the contents of a single case, correct?

Wouldn’t that mean the single case contained 2.5 black cards? (In other words, 2.5 cards per case x 200 cases = 500 cards.) How does one find .5 cards in a case? I’d think that the case owner found either 2 or 3 black cards making the estimated total quantity either 400 or 600. What am I missing?

Regards,
Chris

You would be correct, there is no half a card but, it was based on a case and some boxes and a little less than 200 cases.  I will try to be more precise when I put some numbers up, but, you would be 100% correct mathmatically.
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September 04, 2018, 08:07:04 PM
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Wonder how many of the glow in the darks there are 🤔

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September 04, 2018, 08:17:58 PM
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Wonder how many of the glow in the darks there are 🤔

I'm in the dark on those Smiley
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September 04, 2018, 08:36:35 PM
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Wonder how many of the glow in the darks there are 🤔

I'm in the dark on those Smiley

nice pun  Wink

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September 05, 2018, 01:30:14 PM
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Cryptocurrency 1/1 Printing plate

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September 05, 2018, 01:31:21 PM
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Did anyone else purchase some of the posters?

Trying to find all 100 of them.... I have 92 of them tracked down Cheesy

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Fyi. Ebay has a 10% back promotion but you have to activate it.  Go to Ebay home page

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September 05, 2018, 01:36:27 PM
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While technically it’s 1/1, I see it more as 1/4. I’ll be surprised if it goes for much more over $500-600. It’s not visually appealing to me, so I won’t be bidding. Good luck to those who do!

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September 05, 2018, 01:38:11 PM
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I personally enjoy the hunt as much as the find.  I have only seen a few items flipped but, for the most part the highly sought after rare ones have been extremely difficult to find for #83, #222, and #259.  This makes the hunt even more fun and when you find one you know you have something special.  Enjoy the hunt and most of all have some fun, price will take care of itself Smiley Smiley

I didn't realize the 222 and 259 were valuable.  I bet I have several of those laying around  Smiley

Can someone explain why 222 or 259 is related to 83?  I get they are also non-baseball cards within the 1-300 series, but the topics are very much unrelated.  
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September 05, 2018, 01:45:12 PM
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I personally enjoy the hunt as much as the find.  I have only seen a few items flipped but, for the most part the highly sought after rare ones have been extremely difficult to find for #83, #222, and #259.  This makes the hunt even more fun and when you find one you know you have something special.  Enjoy the hunt and most of all have some fun, price will take care of itself Smiley Smiley

I didn't realize the 222 and 259 were valuable.  I bet I have several of those laying around  Smiley

Can someone explain why 222 or 259 is related to 83?  I get they are also non-baseball cards within the 1-300 series, but the topics are very much unrelated.  

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While technically it’s 1/1, I see it more as 1/4. I’ll be surprised if it goes for much more over $500-600. It’s not visually appealing to me, so I won’t be bidding. Good luck to those who do!

Regards,
Chris

I'm out as well. Good luck

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