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Classic Auction is Live

March 1 2011 at 11:39 PM

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Auction

March 30 2011, 7:19 AM 

What time did the auction end last night?

Did anybody win anything?


 
 

Jim F
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Re: Classic Auction is Live

March 30 2011, 8:39 AM 

Went to bed around 1am winning 2 lots. Woke up to find out I was shut out.

 
 


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Auction

March 30 2011, 12:14 PM 

Ended at 4:44 last night.
I won some bobble heads, otherwise I was outbid on everything else.

 
 

Erle
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Auction

March 30 2011, 1:40 PM 

Just like the Canadiens - 3 Shutouts in a Row

Visit my web site at www.CanadiensMemorabilia.Com

 
 
Dana
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Winning 2 and then losing 2

March 30 2011, 3:40 PM 

At the 10 minute rule i was first on the 64 sheet and macs milk unopened lot.

 
 
Eric W
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Classic Auction is Live

March 30 2011, 3:55 PM 

I picked up the two Holland Creameries cards last night...
PSA 1.5 #6 Bobby Benson
PSA 3 #7 Harry Neil

I don't usually go as low as 1.5 on the grading, but it's a tough set and the scan looked decent.

These are the first two cards of the set for me.

Eric

 
 

Jim F
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Re: Classic Auction is Live

March 30 2011, 4:54 PM 

Nice pick up Eric!!

The 64 sheet did really well.

 
 

(Login aro67)

Thanks Bobby!

March 30 2011, 9:10 PM 

Bobby - Thanks, I was wondering what time it ended.

I was in bed early but got up at 12:30 a.m. to put in my final bids. When I woke up this morning at 6:30, I thought the auction might still be going but it said it was closed.

I won the V145-2 Hooley Smith PSA 4 RC and a Roy Edwards game used stick from 1970. I was outbid on everything else I tried to win.


 
 
David
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won one lot

March 30 2011, 11:44 PM 

Well, I won one lot, but it may have been the cheapest auction won-a PSA 3 C61 Clint Benedict for 121 bucks.Got outbid on another lot.

 
 
Anonymous
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64 sheet Q .....

March 31 2011, 2:19 PM 

Was this the sheet that was displayed at the expo recently ??

Was the auction price as expected, lower or higher than expected ??


 
 

Danny
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Re: Classic Auction is Live

March 31 2011, 3:43 PM 

The Sheet at the Expo was the series 1 sheet not the series 2 sheet that just sold on classic.
The series one sheet that revealed new short prints would be worth more.
I think it would fetch close to $50K if offered.

 
 


(Login BobbyBHockey)
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1964 sheets

March 31 2011, 4:09 PM 

Yes, there is only one known first series sheet, there are about 4 or more 2nd series sheets out there.

First series sheets and or display boxes/wrappers/packs are usually much harder to find due to being put out in the marketplace first, so the sheets from the first series were used up until they were gone, then keep the presses rolling for the second series, allowing for leftovers for most second series items (packs and boxes) probably with interests fading as time went on.

The condition of the 1st series is really nice with only a slight tear at the top and not many creases, this second series had many issues, although they are all crazy rare.

 
 
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