We figured if you had 524, we could give away 1. And we found what I understand is your favorite or your first or something like that. Meanwhile I see you’re registered already on PSA. I imagine you’ll be rapidly rising up the charts as time goes on. Congrats again!
CuriousGeorge wrote: ↑Sat Aug 01, 2020 4:43 pmIt’s incredible that you are already at number 7 before Doyle. I imagine every auction will now be spent upgrading to climb the list. How high can you theoretically get to without overhauling a lot of the set? You can really see the unbelievable value of registry sets to the grading companies. It really locks you into their product.
Nope, I will not play the registry game. Once the set is 100% complete and entombed in PSA plastic, it will be reholdered and relabeled (details you follow), and then I won’t touch it. I won’t seek to upgrade it. Chasing numbers on flips is fools gold and I ain’t no fool. It’s the completeness coupled with solid examples of each card that matters to me, not where I stand on a list. I will stand at #1 and only on having the 100% complete 524 set.
Now I just need the Doyle to cross and psa has to crack the card out of the SGC flip to do that. I don’t blame them - it’s a major card and they should inspect it in person (if they do their job right), but it’s a scary fucking proposition.
Anyone who shows 100% complete is not showing that on the 524 registry. There are many on the 520 registry who are 100% complete
I understand if that’s the rule. It’s harsh, but justified!