Tuesday, June 17, 2008
More eBay junk I'm not buying and one I'm still not buying
While I can't find any listings nearly as outrageous as I did last week, there still are interesting items on eBay that I am not buying. And for those wondering, you still have time to get that 1989 Bowman Tracy Jones and the Magic Johnson/Michael Jordan card has been relisted. The gold foil Jordan is also available again but more on that later.
First up, we have a nice lot of ten star rookie cards in screw down cases for $3,000 + $39.77 for Parcel Post shipment.
Now don't get me wrong, there are some nice cards in there, but nothing good enough to make this lot worth $3,000. Maybe if the Donruss Classic Pujols were traded out for the Bowman Chrome autograph of Pujols, we could maybe talk about dealing.
But if that doesn't get you going, maybe you can go cheaper and buy this lot: 10 Baseball Greats-All Mint Condition-Cases included!!! It's only $94.80 with shipping included, what's not to love? Well...a lot of things I guess now that I think about it.
Now this is just plain funny. Can someone please tell me which is the stupider listing?
First up, we have a 1988 Topps card of Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan for $99 or Buy-It-Now for $145. Or, you can get a deal from the seller and both the Ryan and this 1988 Topps Cal Ripken for $75 or Buy-It-Now for $95.
Now for the second part of these two stupid listing we have a a late 1980s or early 1990s Pacific Nolan Ryan card. Get it fast though because the seller claims it "Could be worth more than I am selling it for. I have no clue." This is quite obvious considering the card is being offered for $99.
As for the card I'm still not buying. Well, that eBay famous Michael Jordan card with the gold foil autograph that I have featured several times is really depreciating in value. I mean it started at $2 million and now being offer for 0.00000005% of the original asking price, or $1.
However, there is still a reserve so for all I know, the seller is still expecting to get thousands of dollars for the card.