Oh holy sh*t. In my original post I was going off the $500-600 price point for a six-card box. I'd made an offer on an older box of immaculate at $400 and it was declined. So... that's as close as I'll ever come to buying a box of this stuff. Since I could theoretically buy hundreds of singles for less than $2,000 I think I'll leave them all here and discontinue the project (it's not like I'm going back to COMC any time soon.)
Scherzer and Barnes are the only two Immaculate singles I've received from bloggers (Dennis and Gavin respectively).
Here's the total breakdown for baseball:
I flipped this Paul Waner relic on COMC for $10.13 before I'd officially begun hoarding Immaculate cards.
If Panini had an MLB license I'd have a lot more of these. Probably 25 or so, going by my totals in two other sports.
Four Immaculate basketball cards I purchased are no longer in my collection. I flipped three of them on COMC, earning a grand total of $1.44 in profit (I should have just kept the cards) and I sent one to Kerry.
My favorite subset/insert set under the Immaculate brand are the acetate relics from 2015 football. They're numbered to each player's uniform number, which makes certain players (such as Brett Favre) very tough to obtain.
Here's the total breakdown for football:
I flipped one football card on COMC: a Steve Largent gold parallel which earned another $1.34 in profit.
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