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September 29, 2018, 02:12:33 AM
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Geez. I passed on a glow in the dark after seeing price fall on gold border.  Hindsight is 20/20.

My opinion based on my experiences the real surge on these rookie cards takes place when the next series of cryptocurrency cards is released.

If there is no next series, then these cards will still be a nice novelty collectible with a steadily increasing worth, IMHO. However, if there is a next series, then I believe dolphriends is right and these first series cards will be surge in price next summer. (I'm banking on it.)

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If you can't go on ebay and find just the base mini A&G back, the rate of buying these is through the roof.  There should be a ton of the base mini's.  I was shocked Shocked
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September 29, 2018, 02:33:40 AM
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I'm looking forward to bringing the grand slam to the forum soon Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Break open the piggy bank, maybe two of them. LOL  Cool
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September 29, 2018, 04:13:53 PM
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I got a feeling even the $5-$10 base cards will be in the 100's in the near future.

Baseball card collectors don't understand the crazy amounts of 'money' a lot of Bitcoin advocates have; along side the HODL mentality these cards seem like an easy call. Mine are all going straight to Beckett for grading and into the safety deposit box.
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September 29, 2018, 05:15:56 PM
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I got a feeling even the $5-$10 base cards will be in the 100's in the near future.

Baseball card collectors don't understand the crazy amounts of 'money' a lot of Bitcoin advocates have; along side the HODL mentality these cards seem like an easy call. Mine are all going straight to Beckett for grading and into the safety deposit box.
That's basically all that is left, the mini black card was estimated at 100 were made but, I think it might be even less..  The regular a&g mini's no longer can be found, just the regular back.
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September 29, 2018, 05:21:14 PM
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...the mini black card was estimated at 100 were made but, I think it might be even less.

OK, so is it ~100, or is it ~50? I've seen both numbers posted on this thread.

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September 29, 2018, 05:29:09 PM
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That is such a tough call, unless the cards are actually hand or stamped numbered.  The glow in the dark is another one I am not sure of.  If you go to beckett checklist that I posted, it shows there is just 1 of the black mini.  We know there are more than that but, not much that I have seen.  Sorry I can't be more helpful
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September 29, 2018, 05:31:23 PM
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https://www.beckett.com/search/?term=cryptocurrency

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September 29, 2018, 06:56:24 PM
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I bought a ton of mini regulars hoping one would be a glow in the dark.  No luck yet. I figured I can buy 40 and one has to glow.

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September 29, 2018, 07:00:03 PM
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How many hot box glossy are there?

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September 29, 2018, 07:00:48 PM
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I bought a ton of mini regulars hoping one would be a glow in the dark.  No luck yet. I figured I can buy 40 and one has to glow.

Before you buy , you can look at the border, it is different.  Look closely at one on ebay and then look at your border on yours.  You will see the difference.  Hope this helps
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September 29, 2018, 07:01:34 PM
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How many hot box glossy are there?

Still a little too early to know for sure
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Here's a generic cheat sheet of the card prices on eBay. Best offer accepted buys were ignored unless it was one of only a couple sales. I kinda tried to do a moving average of prices from cheapest to most expensive sold transactions.

Base Cryptocurrency Card: $1.99 - $9.99 - $50 Graded 9.5

Mini Cryptocurrency Card: $5.50 8/20/18 - $6.50 9/8/18 - $18 9/3/18 - $19 8/30/18 - $23.50 8/25/18

Mini Allen & Ginter Logo Back Cryptocurrency Card: $5 8/7/18 - $13 9/1/18 - $17.50 9/26/18 - $20 9/11/18 - $45 8/26/18

Mini Black Bordered Cryptocurrency Card: $1 9/19/18 - $21.50 8/19/18 - $31 8/31/18 - $61 8/25/18

Mini Gold Bordered Cryptocurrency Card: $3 7/31/18 - $25 9/6/18 - $43 9/11/18 - $76 9/3/18 - $204 8/22/18

Mini Glow in the Dark Cryptocurrency Card: $650 9/2/18 - $1,000 9/2/18

Mini No Number Cryptocurrency Card: $10 7/25/18 - $290 8/30/18 - $360 8/25/18

Mini Brooklyn Logo Back Cryptocurrency Card: $8.75 7/22/18 - $23.50 7/24/18 - $230 9/1//18 - $500 8/26/18

Glossy 1-of-1 Cryptocurrency Card: N/A

Mini Glossy 1-of-1 Cryptocurrency Card: N/A

Hot Box Silver Glossy Cryptocurrency Card: $2 8/2/19 - $5 8/29/18 - $18 8/30/18 - $50 8/19/19 - $68 8/17/18

Mini Black Cryptocurrency Printing Plates:

Black- $125 8/4/18 <-- Lucky Bastard
Yellow- $100 (Best Offer Accepted) 8/2/19 <-- Lucky Bastard
Magenta- $3,429 9/7/2018
Cyan- N/A

Over-sized "Box Loader" Cryptocurrency Card: #1 $699.99 8/29/18 - $1,300 9/22/18

Wood Stock 1-of-1 Cryptocurrency Card: N/A

X Base Black Cryptocurrency Card: $2-$20

X Mini Cryptocurrency Card: $7 8/16/18 - $53 8/19/18 - $250 9/26/18

X Red Mini Cryptocurrency Card: $200 (Best Offer Accepted) 8/20/18 - $1000 8/24/18

X Silver Mini Cryptocurrency Card: N/A

Base Cryptocurrency Poster: $500 8/30/18 - $599 8/31/18

Gold Cryptocurrency Poster: N/A

Blank Back Cryptocurrency Card: $2,475 8/20/2018
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September 30, 2018, 01:12:47 AM
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Is anyone else here doing BGS grading on all the various types of 83 cards? I've never done it before and not sure how to label the cards on the form etc.    Huh

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September 30, 2018, 01:18:07 AM
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Is anyone else here doing BGS grading on all the various types of 83 cards? I've never done it before and not sure how to label the cards on the form etc.    Huh

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Maybe... I keep seeing the BGS cards pop up on ebay

I had never graded a card until recently. I sent 1 of the base cards into PSA    https://www.psacard.com/

I was told that they are the "standard" of the industry...   as the 2 most expensive cards ever sold were both graded by PSA. :O

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September 30, 2018, 01:20:39 AM
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Is anyone else here doing BGS grading on all the various types of 83 cards? I've never done it before and not sure how to label the cards on the form etc.    Huh

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Maybe... I keep seeing the BGS cards pop up on ebay

I had never graded a card until recently. I sent 1 of the base cards into PSA    https://www.psacard.com/

I was told that they are the "standard" of the industry...   as the 2 most expensive cards ever sold were both graded by PSA. :O

Thanks man, I'll have a look. I assumed BGS was more popular, sorry! Tongue 
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September 30, 2018, 08:02:21 PM
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Is anyone else here doing BGS grading on all the various types of 83 cards? I've never done it before and not sure how to label the cards on the form etc.    Huh

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Personally I prefer PSA over BGS.  BGS gives out 10's like they're giving out candy, so the graded 10's end up not being as rare vs PSA 10.  Just my thoughts from the things I've read on forums.

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September 30, 2018, 08:10:54 PM
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Is anyone else here doing BGS grading on all the various types of 83 cards? I've never done it before and not sure how to label the cards on the form etc.    Huh

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Personally I prefer PSA over BGS.  BGS gives out 10's like they're giving out candy, so the graded 10's end up not being as rare vs PSA 10.  Just my thoughts from the things I've read on forums.

I've read the opposite, but I'll be choosing PSA. I prefer the simple aesthetics of PSA's red text on white stickers. Reminds me of a baseball. LOL

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October 04, 2018, 09:29:47 PM
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Wow. my plan was to get 10 mini X cards, but those have all but disappeared.  Also have my eyes on a couple of mini golds.  If anyone has 4 mini blacks they want to trade, let me know.

Here's some eye candy since we've fallen to page 2 now.  Hope we don't lose steam.



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October 05, 2018, 12:25:22 AM
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Another red card has made itself known.


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October 05, 2018, 12:34:18 AM
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that price is insane
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