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10-10-2012, 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted by The Head Crusher View Post
It varies. The player does have something to do with it, but the company that makes it, the series it is from, if it is base/parallel/ect, if there is a serial number, ect.
Grading cards with reputable agencies can seriously up the value of cards as well.

Beckett Grading Services is usually held in high regard and getting a 9.5 or 10 is absolutely huge for a rare card of a star player. It could double or even triple the listed value of that particular non-graded card. Of course, the market is set by what people are willing to pay.

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