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This is for Mark!! 1935-36 OPC Series 'C' Values!

October 10 2007 at 9:27 PM
  (Login shiftintermedia)

Hi Mark,

I remember that you bought an ungraded 1935 OPC for $100.00 and I can safely say that you got a GREAT deal!

Gerry just sold 2 graded 1935 OPC cards on eBay - one was a PSA 4 and the other a PSA 6 - for $500.00 and $700.00 respectively.

I was expecting them to sell for $250.00 - $450.00 but these prices are NUTS! I bough my PSA 7's for $600.00!!

I have included the auction links for you.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=170155671373&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=007

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=170155671379&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=007

Now you know what you card is worth if it grades a PSA 4 - at least $450.00!!

Nice pick up! These cards are the rarest OPC's!

Paul


    
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(Login Seguin35)

OPC Series D

October 10 2007, 9:51 PM 

I thought Series D was the rarest?
Please advise
Thanks
Ron

 
 

(Login shiftintermedia)

Re: This is for Mark!! 1935-36 OPC Series 'C' Values!

October 10 2007, 9:58 PM 

Series C is the rarest followed by Series E and THEN seried D.

You can check the pop reports and see for yourself.

Paul

 
 

(Login mapnwpa)

OPC

October 10 2007, 11:43 PM 

Series C is by far the rarest, I don't think the D or E series are nearly as rare. If you consider the 1940-41 lithigraphs to count as OPC, those are fairly rare, especially the higher numbers.

 
 

Mark Holt
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Re: This is for Mark!! 1935-36 OPC Series 'C' Values!

October 11 2007, 1:20 AM 

Those prices are pretty radical - fairly low feedback bidders won - it will be interesting to see if they show up for sale again soon.

 
 

(Login shiftintermedia)

Re: This is for Mark!! 1935-36 OPC Series 'C' Values!

October 11 2007, 7:16 AM 

Mark,

You will most likely never see those cards again on eBay. I have been serching for 1935 OPC's on eBay for 3 years and these are the only 2 graded copies that have come up for sale. I have seen very few un-graded copies but even in un-graded they almost never come up.

Gerry also told me that those cards were the first realy nice copies he has seen in 20 years.

That is how rare these are.

Paul

 
 
John Nguyen
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30's OPC

October 11 2007, 9:27 AM 

Ron,

I think you have confused rarity with popularity. The 36-37 OPC-D's are the most popular, but by far the most rare. I would rate rarity as C >> E >> D > A and B. However, the C and E sets don't have as many HOFers and big cards as A/B or D. For that reason (plus the C & E sets are sort of drab), that's why I think they're not as popular.

 
 


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Re: This is for Mark!! 1935-36 OPC Series 'C' Values!

October 11 2007, 11:19 AM 

Maybe it's just me but I don't find the E series to be that tough. There may be more D cards graded than E but overall I think that the D series is tougher. I see way more raw E cards up here than D. Jim.

 
 
Paul
(Login shiftintermedia)

Re: This is for Mark!! 1935-36 OPC Series 'C' Values!

October 11 2007, 12:18 PM 

Jim,

You may see more Series E card on eBay but NOT high-grade cards. High grade in Serie E is tougher than Series D. Series D is tough but E is slightly more difficult to come by.

Paul

 
 
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