Perhaps a former Skybox employee? Only dealer I ever knew who dealt in Trek that heavy is long long gone and I don't think even he could have pulled that off really. I would be cautious, but his feedback is obviously good so the buyers must be happy. Guess it depends on how bad you want those cards at a much lower price than everyone else
Back in June, after he sold his 3rd Shatner, I asked where he got all the cards. (Funny thing was, I thought 3 Shatners was a lot) His response was ->
My father passed away in April and these were among many things he left me. He had a lot of weird things in his collection; the box of cards I shipped from his house weighed over 80 pounds. I do not know where he got them. I did not know he had them or what their value was until recently.
I just took it at face value, but then this evening I stumbled across another one of his Mirror Mirror auctions and then looked at his feedback. He is now at 15 recorded Shatners, plus those that have not left feedback, Like me for one....
15+ Shatners, 15+ Nimoys, and 45+ of the rest is a lot for one collector, is it not?
Funny enough, only 1 McCoy.This message has been edited. Last edited by: ajdedo,
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