Quote from void_nothing »Wh-what actually is the Immortal Sun?
Clearly, it's a Triforce.
Quote from Ritious »I'm selling this card and I feel its near mint, its not perfect but very close.
The front is Gorgeous, the back has 6 tiny one dots along outer edge.
Quote from LennX »Quote from KnickM »That's news to me. Are you talking about "Well, if you have access to a professional plastic-wrap shop, you can easily duplicate it", or "Any Timmy, Jenny, or Spike who watches this YouTube video can reseal the wrap in their basement"? Because I'd buy the first claim but will express a significant amount of skepticism at the second.
It will be the 1st claim then. Shop owner that I frequent showed me how he's able to do it. Not anyone can do it easily imo
Quote from Weebo »Metalworker is a RL card that sees a fair amount of play in legacy and EDH. It's unlikely to go down in price anytime soon. I wouldn't expect rapid growth on the card but I wouldn't be in any hurry to get rid of it, either. Hold unless you need the money for something else right now.
That's news to me. Are you talking about "Well, if you have access to a professional plastic-wrap shop, you can easily duplicate it", or "Any Timmy, Jenny, or Spike who watches this YouTube video can reseal the wrap in their basement"? Because I'd buy the first claim but will express a significant amount of skepticism at the second.Quote from LennX »The original plastic wrapper can be resealed
Quote from SyrixLoremaster »So how do I get my hands on these? (Besides the obvious answers of RPTQ and GP) will they be available as entry bonuses that I can 0-1 drop with a deck assembled from IXALAN chaff? I doubt they'd make it a format that caters to my predominantly casual/kitchen table/EDH/limited preferences, or do they? Mostly I want that Mutavault for my 5cc Ur-Dragon Changeling EDH deck without paying through the nose for it.
GP promos from years past (including popular, playable cards like Griselbrand and Stoneforge Mystic) have typically ended up in the $10-$15 range after the dust settles.Quote from Melkor »Ooh, Mutavault! Any shot in the dark for what it will push prices to? I am happy with any English version, but I routinely kick myself for not already owning a set.
Quote from MaximumC »I would not hold your breath. The problem with Reserve List buyouts specifically is that:
(1) The market is smaller, so there's less turnover prompting price competition. Some of the cards (Sword of Ages? LOL) are so unplayable that literally the only reason people buy them is for speculation; and
(2) The number of cards is smaller, so it's not making a big dent in anyone's inventory to hang on to them waiting for the next spike.
Put these together, and you have a formula for cards that spike, then retain most of that spike value while they rot in speculator's binders until the next spike. That's not to say the price won't gradually move - sometimes you gotta dump your stock - but it will be slow and likely not keep up with the next bozo going on Twitter and starting a Reserve buyout frenzy.
None that are Canadian-specific, no. Are you looking to be rid of the cards as fast as possible, or do you want to do a controlled descent to get more value out of them?Quote from PriestsofGix »I don't suppose you'd know of any specific large Facebook groups for Canadians, that you'd recommend?
Quote from PriestsofGix »Thanks for the suggestions, I didn't realize the trading post had moved (was still looking for it in the Market Street forum area). These Facebook groups you mention - are there specific large ones that act as hubs across larger regions, or do they tend to be more localized within a specific city (and frequented by said city's MTG patrons)?
If you have a Gifts Given, that's the only holiday card I'd consider getting graded. Mayyyyyyybe Evil Presents. The rest are all quite affordable and not likely to be worth the grade in quite a bit of time. As far as the Caesar Salad Thallid, is it one of the white playtest stickers? What I meant was the "test foilings" like foil City of Traitors, foil Pygmy Hippo, the weird border Islands and Adarkar Wastes.Yule Ooze) and a card that was used for testing what is either Unglued or Unhinged (it's called Caesar Salad Thallid - but not too sure what the final card was called - but thinking now, since it is a Thallid, guessing it is most likely from Unglued). Should I get those two graded?