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Old 11-27-2017, 12:17 AM   #18
Stat Monsters
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The perfect "10" grade of the autograph is key along with the fact that it's on-card.

The card grade of 9 is nothing to be impressed by, but shouldn't hinder the card from a bevy of buyers either, as it's a solid mint card.

I'd estimate it would auction for about $8k in the right environment due to the hand numbered crash numbering of only 3 existing, including a piece of floor and the pure aesthetic beauty of the card itself too.
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