For the cards where you can see another, $3-5. This pretty much goes for all cards that don't see play. For the misaligned cards, basically nothing (or maybe a dollar if you find the right person). The factory would likely get a small premium if you find the right person; less people would be interested as its the back.
Unfortunately those are very easy to fake, with masking tape and eraser, so not much. It doen't help that Curfew and Lull are not really played either. You might find persons willing to buy these for 1-3 $, but even that would be pretty good, unless you could prove that the cards were from boosters instead of somebody getting tired of erasing.
Hi I just have a question to regarding a situation I personally never encountered (until last night:P) but often wondered about. How rare is it to pull a rare\mythic and the foil version in the same pack??? this happened to me last night. I pulled a reg thragtusk and a foil one from the same pack:) The cards themselves are fine but just wondering about the rarity of this. I apologize if this isn't the place to post this I just couldn't find a thread as suitable as this one. If it needs to be moved please do so. I just am curious about the oddity of such packs. Thanks.
It's unlikely mathematically but not that rare compared to miscuts/etc.
I've pulled more miscuts than a rare with the same foil rare in a pack but yes I understand what you're saying.:) I must say though that I find the "albino" Magic cards I saw for the very first time on SCG pretty freaking hilarious:P also are those even tourney playable???
I was wondering how much my misprinted Knight of Glory would be worth, the back of the card is fine, but the front image is shifted down and left, so the top and right borders are almost twice as thick as normal. It is non-foil and from M13. Thanks!
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@Plaguefather: It's not miscut enough to garner a premium. Depending on who you deal with, you may be lucky to get regular price.
@jackad7: The Amulet would be no more than $1.5 or $2 since it does show part of another card on it. The Wolf, maybe a $1. They are both nonplayable cards from recent sets, so those prices would be the upper limit to me.
So I picked this up a few weeks ago, and I've been trying to find some information on it. It's got one full square cut corner and the rest are cut at an angle (no rounded corners at all). Basically, is it worth anything more than the $12 I paid for it?
I've posted about two m10 basic miscut lands some pages back. Now it happens that, making a research about from where they came, I found another 16 miscuts from the same sheet (all basic lands)
Since the blade has made the cut in an inclined way, there are variations among them, from showing a part of another card to just a missalignment.
Also, I'm happy because I've found that six of them matches in three different pairs (see one of three pics)
I would like to know -if not too complicated for the connoisseurs- how much would each be worth and how much would they be worth as a set, knowing that they're all part of the same sheet (I'm from Argentina, and it seems that just a few boxes in english came here to my town then (I live in a small city.) All this lands were property of the same person, and came from a same box he bought then.)
Since DCI's tournament rules state that with miscuts the card name matters, not the art, some of these will be 20+ $ (the ones showing another card name). Islands fetch highest premiums. Having several connected pieces also increases the value, so the best bet is to sell the connected ones as a set and the rest seperately, unless you find a miscut collector willing to make you a good deal on the whole pile. Naturally if you can find more connected pieces, the value will increase. The dream is to be able to rebuild a whole miscut sheet (11*11 cards).
Miscut lands that do not show the other card name or art are about 2-5 $ each, altough if the miscut looks neat, they can go up to 10 $.