All the fault has to be placed right there.
Raz is one of the bloggers to chase down their very own version of the Jim Moore 1985 TCMA Ft. Myers Royals card after it was first posted here. As should everybody. It is the most surreal piece of cardboard I own.
In his post after acquiring the card, these two sentences appeared:
The card is in pretty good shape. Is it crazy to think about sending it in to be graded?
And then I remembered there was a Beckett booth at the Expo last month. Where people submit their cards for grading in person.
I went for it.
In the area, where people will submitting all their Young Guns cards of Nathan MacKinnon, Seth Jones and Tomas Hertl, I proudly handed over my Jim Moore.
And in the area, the booth workers were passing the card around and showing it off to everyone who would look. It produced usually laughter or amazement or some combination of both. I mean, it had to be by far the absolute strangest card they received that
I was supposed to put the value of the card down on the sheet submitted. Damned if I know the financial value of the card, so I put the value as "Priceless".
I finally got this cardboard gem back.
It warms my heart to see this in all its glory. It makes me want to send in one of my Jim Moore cards, even though that would make me a copycat.ReplyDelete
I just looked at the population report for this card. Apparently there are two of them out there. Sending mine in would make me a double copycat.Delete
This is just great!ReplyDelete
AWESOME, man the graders must have gotten a kick out of that!ReplyDelete
"Priceless" is correct.ReplyDelete
Hell yes! I wonder if that's the highest graded one in their population report.ReplyDelete
Sweet as hell!ReplyDelete
That's what collecting is all about! Simply F-in' awesome!ReplyDelete