1998 98 Donruss Significant Signature Auto Yogi Berra!

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 18,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Pulled from 1998 Donruss Signature, this is an auction for the Significant Signatures Autograph insert card of the legendary Yogi Berra!

CHECK OUT THE SCAN ( you are bidding only on the Berra) !

This is card #2 (not numbered on the back) of the insert set, it is autographed in black ink DIRECTLY ON the front of the card, and it is serially numbered (1475/2000) on the back of the card!

I have the ENTIRE 1997 and 1998 sets that I am putting up for individual auction; these are some of the best on-card autographs ever manufactured, and it is HIGHLY UNLIKELY that you will ever see on-card autographs again from card manufacturers. As the older versions slowly go into collections, this is your chance to secure your own. ***IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN MAKING AN OFFER FOR THE ENTIRE SET, PLEASE DO SO AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (TOTAL SET VALUE - 1997 = $1,045.00 [with a complete set recently selling for $505.00]; 1998 = $1,280.00; prices taken from Beckett Online Pricing).***

This card is housed in an Ultra-Pro magnectic holder. Refer to my feedback; I always provide the goods that I advertise. Please feel free to e-mail me if you have any questions.

The winner includes $4.00 to have the card sent by insured mail with Delivery Confirmation in a protective bubble envelope (if you live outside of the United States, shipping will be different and discussed via e-mail). Payment must be received within 5 days from the end of the auction. NO EXCEPTIONS. Win multiple auctions and save on shipping costs (additional items are $1.00 each for shipping)! Payment can be made by PayPal (preferred), a cashier's check or a money order.

*SPECIAL NOTE #1* --- I am sorry to announce that I no longer take personal checks, for any amount or for any reason. This is regardless of what your feedback is or how long you've been with eBay with no trouble. I apologize, but too many people have been bouncing checks and the fees are outrageous. If you cannot comply with this, please do not bid. Also, please do not e-mail me asking if I will take checks. If you send a check, it will be torn up and negative feedback will be left immediately upon receipt. Retailiatory feedback will get removed through eBay.

*SPECIAL NOTE #2* --- I am also sorry to announce that I no longer accept SASEs as an accepted shipping method. This is also regardless of what your feedback is or how long you've been with eBay with no trouble. I apologize, but t have also been a number of people which refuse the shipping option and then state they haven't received their item; I am simplifying this issue by making insurance mandatory. If you cannot comply with this, please do not bid. Also, please do not e-mail me asking if I will accept an SASE for shipping.

Thank you for looking, and check out my other auctions for some great stuff!

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