Friday, May 06, 2005

JP2 Bests Bonds

According to Beckett Media, whose pricing guides are the acknowledged arbiters of value for collectible trading cards, a limited-edition Pope John Paul II from the 2005 World Treasures line of card maker Topps has sold for $8,100.

In comparison, Beckett said, regular cards depicting Barry Bonds, who is contending for baseball's all-time home run record, have never sold for more than $1,200.

All without steroids.


There's a moral in there somewhere.


Voracious Reader said...

Lol. I wonder what a Reagan card goes for?

cube said...

I didn't see a Reagan card mentioned in the article, but I love sending letters with the Reagan stamps...especially to my liberal friends.

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