(Part 2) Best collectibles & fine art products according to redditors

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We found 396 Reddit comments discussing the best collectibles & fine art products. We ranked the 307 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Top Reddit comments about Collectibles & Fine Art:

u/AbleDiscipline · 181 pointsr/LivestreamFail

Each box he opened has 1 pack in it.. the pack contains 3 cards and a chance of a redemption card. Redemptions are ones that you have to contact Topps (the manufacturer) and they will mail it to you. They tend to be higher in value.

"Each Prime Performers Autograph is also available in the following parallels.
Bronze Ink (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
Silver Ink (serial-numbered to ten)
Gold Ink (one-of-one) "

That being said, just because the redemption he pulled will only have 10 made.. it doesn't make it necessarily valuable. As a Cardinals fan.. it would be cool to pull a Molina redemption, but its definitely not one of the sought after ones.

The guy in the video gets a group of people together to purchase the box. Example would be a box that cost $500 would be split 25 ways. Each team would cost $20. How they decide to divvy up the cards is by buying a team.. any card with that team goes to the person who bought that team.

Here is an example of a more sought after silver ink auto from last years set:

The box (that had 3 cards and chance of a redemption) costs around $150.

u/PM_ME_UR_BOOBS_CUTIE · 19 pointsr/Celebhub
u/CrumbledCookieDreams · 6 pointsr/ShitAmericansSay
u/Peridwen · 5 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

I have 3 small "porcelain"* dolls that my mother brought me when she went to London years and years ago. My 3yo BS LOVES them. He calls the little girl doll his baby and will carry her around all day. The boy dolls are Baby K (BS6) and Baby W (BS3). At 3yo he knows to hold Baby carefully and to set her down safely before he does anything else.


If a 3yo whirlwind in the shape of an little boy can manage to hold and play with a breakable doll without it breaking, an adult sure as hell should be able to do so! I'm of the opinion that your MIL did it on purpose. Especially with denying it and then that crack about dolls being for little girls. And normally people don't sit on a couch and wait patiently when something falls accidentally and breaks. They call out warnings/explanations or get up to see if it can be picked up.


*I don't know that it is porcelain - they are definitely breakable but are more sturdy than the antique doll that was my grandma z's prize. Here's a link to some dolls that are a similar style. (Mine really aren't terrifying, lol) I originally let BS3 play with the dolls because I was just going to donate them and he liked them. https://www.amazon.com/DISTURBING-COLLECTION-NOT-PORCELAIN-TERRIFY-CHILDREN/dp/B07GWM7PS1/ref=sr_1_22?keywords=porcelain+doll&qid=1550518383&s=gateway&sr=8-22

u/syncopation1 · 2 pointsr/baseballcards
u/rafibomb_explosion · 2 pointsr/Cardinals
u/maddiethehippie · 2 pointsr/Isuzu

I am working on a 98 Amigo v6 5sp 4wd right now! were almost at pass inspection time. But since you have the earlier generation you should totally pick this up: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MCDNJP1/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_1?smid=A1BQCMXKD1AVWB&psc=1

u/SkiLodgeCinemaPodcst · 1 pointr/MLBTheShow

Aaron Judge (New York Yankees) MLB The Show 19 Surprise Limited Chase Figure - Gray Uniform https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PRZF7DV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_40uSCbBESFBZ4

u/SirMildredPierce · 1 pointr/papertowns

Great catch! The Conservatory building is tucked away behind the much taller East Village building in most of the shots, so I definitely missed that one! Here's a good shot from a reverse angle which shows some of the same details on the roof of the Conservatory building, such as the chimney, which can be seen in the old map. Here's an old timey postcard depicting the Conservatory Building.

It looks like Building 2, a block up Huntington Avenue, is the Symphony Hall, built a couple of years before the map was drawn, and is still standing today. Building 3 is Horticulture Hall, built just a year before the map was drawn, and survives today as the William Morris Hunt Library.

u/bobbyb9827 · 1 pointr/NYYankees

Loaisiga straight up does not look like the same dude in his Topps rookie card link

u/ShesWrappedInPlastic · 1 pointr/horror

This looks like the only way to purchase them at the moment. Not worth the money in my opinion, and I like a lot of underground "extreme" horror. So buyer beware, just not a very good series.