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Is my 1987 Donruss Ryne Sandberg worth anything?

please discuss

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  • JoeBanzaiJoeBanzai Posts: 11,128 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Yes.

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  • EstilEstil Posts: 6,845 ✭✭✭✭

    @TNP777 said:
    please discuss

    God, I've missed this place sometimes. Hope all the old heads are well, and hope the new heads are behaving. You, too, @Estil. :lol:

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    What do you mean? I don't get it...

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  • It is worth anything.

  • craig44craig44 Posts: 10,265 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Sandbergs 87 Donruss is alright but if you have an 87 fleer, well, you may just be in retirement territory.

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  • jordangretzkyfanjordangretzkyfan Posts: 2,365 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Virtually no cards in the hobby are truly scarce in supply or rare, with the exception of cards from the late 1800s, unintended errors or modern manufactured 1/1. That means the only variable that really drives rarity in the hobby is the pristine condition of the card.

    The 1987 Donruss Sandberg might be the unicorn. Extremely low production run and a HOF player right in the middle of his prime. Without seeing the condition of the card, it is hard to know approximate value. If it was pack pulled, it is likely a PSA 10, but if it came from a trade with your buddy in grade school, then it might only be a CSA 9.

    Do you have photos to verify it isn’t a counterfeit?

  • RonSportscardsRonSportscards Posts: 743 ✭✭✭✭

    @jordangretzkyfan said:

    The 1987 Donruss Sandberg might be the unicorn. Extremely low production run and a HOF player right in the middle of his prime.

    Are we talking about this card? This is a unicorn?

    PSA10s were selling for $50 in the last 6 months, and around $35 before that, so I put mine up for $39.
    No takers and some weeks I would get 0 views.
    Then one recently sold for $29.

  • countdouglascountdouglas Posts: 2,258 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @RonSportscards said:

    @jordangretzkyfan said:

    The 1987 Donruss Sandberg might be the unicorn. Extremely low production run and a HOF player right in the middle of his prime.

    Are we talking about this card? This is a unicorn?

    PSA10s were selling for $50 in the last 6 months, and around $35 before that, so I put mine up for $39.
    No takers and some weeks I would get 0 views.
    Then one recently sold for $29.

    No, I'm sure this is the one they meant.
    .

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  • RonSportscardsRonSportscards Posts: 743 ✭✭✭✭

    @countdouglas said:

    @RonSportscards said:

    @jordangretzkyfan said:

    The 1987 Donruss Sandberg might be the unicorn. Extremely low production run and a HOF player right in the middle of his prime.

    Are we talking about this card? This is a unicorn?

    PSA10s were selling for $50 in the last 6 months, and around $35 before that, so I put mine up for $39.
    No takers and some weeks I would get 0 views.
    Then one recently sold for $29.

    No, I'm sure this is the one they meant.
    .

    Oh, ok. But I'm not sure I would call that a unicorn either.
    Opening Day PSA10 POP 46 with a recent sale of $30.
    I guess I'm missing something. Did I miss the sarcasm?

  • 82FootballWaxMemorys82FootballWaxMemorys Posts: 1,267 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Unless otherwise specified my posts represent only my opinion, not fact.

  • DBesse27DBesse27 Posts: 2,980 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Estil said:

    @TNP777 said:
    please discuss

    God, I've missed this place sometimes. Hope all the old heads are well, and hope the new heads are behaving. You, too, @Estil. :lol:

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    What do you mean? I don't get it...

    Seems pretty self explanatory.

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  • lawyer05lawyer05 Posts: 2,131 ✭✭✭✭

    @jordangretzkyfan said:
    Virtually no cards in the hobby are truly scarce in supply or rare, with the exception of cards from the late 1800s, unintended errors or modern manufactured 1/1. That means the only variable that really drives rarity in the hobby is the pristine condition of the card.

    The 1987 Donruss Sandberg might be the unicorn. Extremely low production run and a HOF player right in the middle of his prime. Without seeing the condition of the card, it is hard to know approximate value. If it was pack pulled, it is likely a PSA 10, but if it came from a trade with your buddy in grade school, then it might only be a CSA 9.

    Do you have photos to verify it isn’t a counterfeit?

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  • lawyer05lawyer05 Posts: 2,131 ✭✭✭✭

    The 1959 okeefe ale tommy lasorda is pretty rare ..

  • nam812nam812 Posts: 10,528 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Wait, @TNP777 started a thread a week ago and I didn't see it?

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