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    Bowman Chrome question

    Hey Guys,
    been away from collecting bowman chrome rookies and I was wondering, is there still value in collecting the different colored refractors and bowman chrome that are not autographed such as the gold/50 blue/150, green/99 purple/200 etc? do people still collect them, or do they just want the autograph versions? thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawaiian BamBam View Post
    Hey Guys,
    been away from collecting bowman chrome rookies and I was wondering, is there still value in collecting the different colored refractors and bowman chrome that are not autographed such as the gold/50 blue/150, green/99 purple/200 etc? do people still collect them, or do they just want the autograph versions? thanks
    Absolutely, especially of either 1st cards, RCs, or star players.
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    Colored refractors will have a large following.....Love working on rainbows...but the last one 1/1 superfractor is always the hard one to land. Best regards, David
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawaiian BamBam View Post
    Hey Guys,
    been away from collecting bowman chrome rookies and I was wondering, is there still value in collecting the different colored refractors and bowman chrome that are not autographed such as the gold/50 blue/150, green/99 purple/200 etc? do people still collect them, or do they just want the autograph versions? thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by Rabs View Post
    Absolutely, especially of either 1st cards, RCs, or star players.
    Quote Originally Posted by David K. View Post
    Colored refractors will have a large following.....Love working on rainbows...but the last one 1/1 superfractor is always the hard one to land. Best regards, David
    First off, welcome back - been a bit since last seen here on The Bench!

    Secondly - I would echo the opinions of David and Rabs - while not a Bowman Chrome guy myself, you can definitely see the interest in the parallels that are produced.
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    #ed parallels are nearly always worth the chase...

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    thanks guys, i appreciate the help and the welcome back. Its good to be back here! Thank you again.
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