mardi 25 août 2009

Est-ce une farce?

Un mec vend la "seule vraie" série complète de Upper Deck 1992-93 sur eBay pour un million de dollars...

Je ne suis pas sur de comprendre...

En tout cas, si vous avez de l'argent à investir, vous savez quoi faire...

"Greetings. Up for auction today is the only complete set of upper deck hockey cards from the 92-93 hockey season in the world. Included this auction are the entire numbered set of regular cards. The entire set of hologram cards. As well as a Ray Bourque error hologram card and the none error Ray Bourque hologram card. Finally the only card of it`s kind (la piece de resistance) that I know of in the world is a one of a kind error Don Gibson Rookie card. What makes Don so special, well one day back last millenia I was opening packs of cards to fill my set, I was taking my time looking at stats and so on when something caught my eye. This Don Gibson Rookie Card that I had just taken out of pack, had been stamped in the upper right corner however there was no hologram. I was thrilled to realize do to a possible printing error or other I had just stumbled upon a very rare card. Not only is it an error card it was also a rookie card for the only season this player would play in the NHL(14 game career). I consider it extremely rare and a modern day Umnus for lack of better comparison. I had been collecting cards for some time and have not seen it since or before. I immediately placed the card in my safe and forgot about it for some time. Now to the light, I bring forth, the only complete set of Upper deck hockey Cards from the 92-93 season in the entire world possibly galaxy. This being a one of kind in the world collection and the only complete set of it`s kind I will not be willing to part with it for anything less than my opening bid mentioned above. You can`t be a true upper deck collector if you don`t have the complete 92-93 season series.Please feel free to ask any questions or request additional photographs if interested. All items come from a smoke free home. Payment expected within 7 days of auction end, and all sales are final.Buyer pays actual shipping and packing costs(price listed below is a rough estimate and not a final quote), no hidden handling fees. Buyer dictates shipping. Happy bidding and good luck."

6 commentaires:

monsieur seb a dit…

wow, et le pire c'est qu'il montre une carte de la série 91-92 comme démo.

ça me fait penser, si un jour tu manques d'idées, pourquoi ne pas faire un texte sur la grandiose série qu'était les cartes pro set?

Sonik a dit…

Hahaha! Prévoir 3 à 5 jours pour récupérer l'item d'un coffret de sûreté à la banque. Il se prend au sérieux le gars!

Martin ITFOR a dit…

Pour se mettre millionnaire avec des cartes de hockey il faut être sérieux!

Martin ITFOR a dit…

Ayoye, c'est bien vrai, c'est la série 1991-92!

PsyKoDork a dit…

La valeur de tout objet est déterminée par le prix qu'un acheteur est prêt à payer et qu'un vendeur est prêt à accepter.

Il peut bien estimer que ça vaut 1 M $ s'il veut, mais si personne ne veut payer plus que 50$, il va rester avec son paquet de cartes...

Martin ITFOR a dit…

J'ai jamais dit le contraire...

On appelle ça la loi de l'offre et de la demande...

Moi j'investirait plus dans un des cartes d'Honus Wagner...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T206_Honus_Wagner