Sports Memorabilia Auction Concerns & Knowledge

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Monday, February 21, 2005

1952 Topps Mantle what do you think?

Well it did'nt take long to find the first fishy auction. This seller is auctioning this 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle Rookie.

(note) click the auction numbers below they are links to the auctions.

Now how is it that you own a card that is apparently in a very high grade condition and not send it off to PSA/BGS or any other reputable grader for grading? I'll tell you why. Could it be that on Feb 16,2005 he purchased this

You tell me?


At 11:04 AM, Blogger greywickedboy said...

Unfortunately after many days of reporting this auction, it has now sold for $1,802.07

Even with all the evidence of what was going on with this auction as well as breaking eBay's own policy about authenticity disclaimers "Sellers may not disclaim knowledge of, or responsibility for, the authenticity or legality of the items offered in their listings." eBay didn't pull it.

Also one of the eBay board members had posted a thread about this seller that SURPRISE was pulled with-in 2 hours.

Funny how they can pull discussions right and left,sometimes with-in minutes but refuse to take the time to look into an auctions like this.


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