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1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 15 2007 at 7:44 PM

Rick  (Login kingrick33)

 
I am looking for a few cards and would pay well for them.
They are:
1958 Topps Bobby Hull #66 PSA 7 or Better
1966 Topps Bobby Hull #64 PSA 7 or Better
1968 OPC Bobby Hull #16 PSA 7 or Better

Please let me know if anyone can help
Thank You


    
This message has been edited by kingrick33 on Jan 15, 2007 8:45 PM


 
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Ray Millette
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 2:57 PM 

If you want to overpay, Harvey at A.J. Sportscards has a 58 Hull in PSA 8 grade available for a mere 15K

 
 

Rick
(Login kingrick33)

Thanks But No Thanks

January 16 2007, 5:04 PM 

Everything Harvey has is the best and everything we all have is garbage.
I do not wish to deal with AJ and Harvey anymore.

 
 

GoSoxBoSox
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 6:46 PM 

I'd be interested in hearing what you two think is a fair price for a PSA 7 and PSA 8 Hull rookie? I think Harvey is overpriced on his PSA 8 but I also think SMR is way under on both a 7 and an 8. You just don't see many of these in high grade.

 
 
Paul
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1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 7:30 PM 

I agree with Rick and Ray!

Harvey at AJ Sportscards has the most overpriced cards EVER! He also trys to give people next to dog crap for their cards or trades - beware!

I am very surprised he even sells to people with his prices. I am also surprised he is still in business with his crazy prices! Then again I guess he charges so much for his cards he makes up for it in lost business from the smart buyers.

Paul

 
 

Jim F
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 7:30 PM 

Harvey is always overpriced but to tell you the truth, I don't think that 8 is that much over what I would expect to see it sell for in an auction. I don't think anyone would be surprised if that card sold for $10-12k in a good auction. 7's are a little tougher to price because the centering can vary much more than an 8. Jim.

 
 

Rick
(Login kingrick33)

1958 Hull Rookie

January 16 2007, 8:27 PM 

I think a PSA 7 Hull rookie with no qualifiers should sell for $4000.00
A PSA 8 should be around $6000.00. If you look at PSA you will see there is a lot of 7's and 8 and a few 9's.
I would be happy with just one of them.

 
 
Colin
(Login bc1177)

Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 8:31 PM 

Rick,

IMO....I don't think $4000 and $6000 would be considered "paying well" for those cards. They really don't come up very much at all in higher grades and I would be very happy to pay more than the price that you mentioned for a PSA8.


    
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Jim F
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 8:37 PM 

I agree with Colin. $6000 is quite low for a nicely centered 8. Jim.

 
 

GoSoxBoSox
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 8:58 PM 

Rick,

I think $10k isn't out of line for an 8. At $6k I'll take two. I'm not kidding.

As far as the PSA pops go, I wouldn't believe those numbers. I would bet they're inflated because people would crack and re-submit a card of that value if they think it can be upgraded. The flips are rarely returned to PSA. Besides, even if they do exist that doesn't mean much if they rarely come up for sale. I have tracked this market for years and rarely have I seen 7's, 8's, or 9's.

If you really want one I doubt you'll win an auction unless you bid a good deal higher than you quoted here. But I do wish you luck.

Tom


    
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GoSoxBoSox
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 9:06 PM 

I've turned down a recent offer of $4500 for this PSA 7. But that's mainly because I believe this will cross to an 8. I'll likely cross it at the National this year.


 
 

Jim F
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Forum Owner

Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 9:29 PM 

Great looking card Tom!!! Nice centering too. Jim.

 
 
Colin
(Login bc1177)

Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 10:30 PM 

Tom,

That is the nicest PSA7 Hull RC I have ever seen. Good luck on the cross.

 
 
Gary
(Login gbruins77)

Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 16 2007, 11:10 PM 

There is a psa 6 st on the bay now . The st is for a wax stain on the back side. Is this the type of wax stain that will wipe off the card? In looking at the scan I can not see how it would wipe off a non glossy surface.

 
 

Ray Millette
(Login raym8)

Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 17 2007, 7:28 AM 

I still don't see a market for a PSA 8 Hull at 10K.

I just don't believe the market has appreciated that much over the
past couple of years. I have tracked sales on this card for years as
it has been on my wantlist forever.

It is true that you do not see them come up for auction very much.

I still believe the market for a 7 is between $2800-$3200
I think the market for an 8 would be around $7500 at most

The last 8 that was on ebay was about 3-4 years ago, and that sold for a little over 5K.

The most I have ever seen a 7 sell for was $3495, and that was on a buy-it-now that BMW listed. That 7 was almost as nice as the one Tom has.

Tom, you have the nicest 7 that I have ever seen, but if you were
offered $4500, I believe it was only because the person offering it felt pretty good about getting it bumped to an 8.

 
 

GoSoxBoSox
(Login GoSoxBoSox)

Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 17 2007, 8:24 AM 

Well Ray, nobody ever said we had to agree on everything.

One thing I can tell you is I paid a good bit more than $3200 for my PSA 7 and it was well worth it.

 
 

Ray Millette
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 17 2007, 9:10 AM 

Well, I've been wrong before, and there's a pretty good chance that I'll be wrong again

I would have overpayed for your 7 also, knowing that it has a good shot at an 8. I sometimes tend to get too caught up in the grade rather than the card itself.


    
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Ray Millette
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Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 19 2007, 4:11 PM 

Rick,

If you don't mind qualifiers, there is a PSA 8 oc on ebay now for 3K.
Of course, you still have to deal with A.J.

 
 

Rick
(Login kingrick33)

Woops

January 22 2007, 9:09 PM 

Woops


    
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Ray Millette
(Login raym8)

Re: 1958 Bobby Hull PSA Wanted

January 23 2007, 3:55 PM 

He must have gotten an acceptable offer off ebay, because the listing has been pulled.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=130070728403&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=003

 
 
 
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