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Star Wars Chrome: Jedi vs Sith Hobby Box

Star Wars Chrome: Jedi vs Sith Hobby Box

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Exciting news group! We’re happy to report that all of the orders have been shipped out and are now on the way to you! Please allow 24-48 hours for tracking to get into the shipper's system and start updating.
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Thanks again for joining the drop with the community. We submitted the group’s order with the vendor for the Star Wars Chrome: Jedi vs Sith Hobby Box shortly after the drop ended and they have begun preparing it for shipment.
Once the group’s order is ready at the vendor’s location, they will ship the packages individually to you as soon as possible.
Once we receive confirmation regarding the shipping schedule from the vendor, we will provide you guys with updated information on the status of your package.
Expect an update from us on 9/18 or sooner.
I don't know, scedave, I don't see any auctions that crazy. Here's the one I found: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Star-Wars-Chrome-Perspectives-Jedi-Vs-Sith-X-Fractor-Autograph-Mark-Hamill-09-25-/400984969329?hash=item5d5c911071
... and the pull rate for Hamill, Fisher et al must be e x t r e m e l y low.
The big draw when buying and opening boxes of card like these are the "special" inserts such as hand autographed cards from the actors or special "sketch cards" which are hand artist sketches of the characters from the movie. One of the special Autographed cards from this set recently sold on Ebay for over $4000 based on who the autographs were and the rarity of the card itself.
I'm still not entirely sure what this is...
Tangent
These are Star Wars Trading Cards. They're like Sports cards, including cards with characters and their story on the back, as well as special collectible inserts. Card packs are randomly assorted, and the special inserts have different ratios of attainability (ex : In a box of, say, 30 packs one type of insert may only appear in 1:40 packs, or 1:24 packs). These are for people who are all about collecting, as there's no guarantee you'll complete your set with one box, this being the normal cards alone. Getting special variants and inserts will require trading, which is the exact premise of these kind of cards. Collectible Trading Cards. They're great if you're a willing fan or a freak for the Trading Card scene, a big enough fan, and possibly willing to go to great lengths to obtain and complete your collection.
Wow. These inserts are ... um ... hm.