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Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby subzero » Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:47 am

:( :? :shock: :o
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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby Mr. Tie » Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:57 pm

OMG :shock: :o Valencia, Spain... could it be Mark Poon? Now selling vintage like cards without name plates :lol: :wink:
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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby Mr-shifter » Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:44 pm

Now this is a curious one.

Is it worth what he is asking. No, because it would have sold by now.

Is it extremely rare though? Well unless one of the cardback guys can put me right, yes very rare. An already very very rare cardback with that particular sticker. Can anyone tell me if it is unique as I have a sneaking suspicion it might be.

It is one of the most iconic characters on one of the rarest and unusual cardbacks with a seldom seen sticker. Highly priced but very rare and desirable.

Putting it into perspective 2 of these were for sale last year as moc. I think one may have been a different cardback but a yellow and brown hair poch luke f/b on the esb card. One was up for 12k Euro and the other up for 25k Euro.
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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby Lindo » Thu Oct 26, 2017 8:54 am

Would only know the true value if it was auctioned I spose
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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby MarkG » Sat Oct 28, 2017 11:40 pm

How would this one fair against the Han card that sold a few weeks back for £1700 in rarity terms ??

The Han card was intact.. so if on the same rarity scale then this one is way overpriced...
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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby yoda » Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:31 pm

Sometimes I spot cards with the nameplate's removed. Does anyone have any idea why some people remove them so neatly. Are they collecting just the nameplate's?
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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby Mini99 » Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:23 pm

yoda wrote:Sometimes I spot cards with the nameplate's removed. Does anyone have any idea why some people remove them so neatly. Are they collecting just the nameplate's?



The names of the characters were cut out to send off for free gifts in the ESB bounty hunter capture log.
Spoons had a completed but not sent in example in “latest acquisitions” page 2161.

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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby yoda » Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:43 pm

Mini99 wrote:
yoda wrote:Sometimes I spot cards with the nameplate's removed. Does anyone have any idea why some people remove them so neatly. Are they collecting just the nameplate's?



The names of the characters were cut out to send off for free gifts in the ESB bounty hunter capture log.
Spoons had a completed but not sent in example in “latest acquisitions” page 2161.


Cool thanks I never knew that, now that explains alot for me why I see these cards on eBay sometimes.
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Re: Imagine what it would be worth with a name plate ;-)

Postby Mini99 » Tue Oct 31, 2017 1:53 pm

It was a shame really as it has de faced so many cards.
Then again the packaging was meant to be throw away!
Who would have thought any of this would be collected 40 years ago!


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