The Anatomy of Case Breaking – Revisited

Back in November of last year I posted a summary of articles by Brent Williams that were published on Cardboard Connection. You can click on the link below to see what I wrote back then…

The Anatomy of Case Breaking

Brent recounted his experiences busting several dozen cases of 2012 Topps Series 1, and 2012 Topps Update later in the year, from a dealers point of view! If you’ve not read any of these articles already then what are you waiting for?? They provide candid insights into the way Baseball card products break down  with an emphasis on the cards themselves, how to get a return on your investment, and at the same time looking ahead at what the future might hold for case breaking.

All good stuff!!

Well, I just wanted to draw your attention to Brent’s latest article that went up a couple of days ago.

Case Breaking ROI Report for Every 2012 Topps Baseball Product

In this piece Brent rounds off the whole case breaking experience for last year by posting summaries of case breaks for all 20 of Topps’ 2012 Baseball releases. Brent himself didn’t break every Topps Baseball product from last year so some of this data has been collated from the experiences of several other dealers. He goes into further detail by looking at what the Return on Investment (ROI) was on each product, and even compares it to previous years case breaks of the same product, highlighting some alarming trends for all you budding case breakers out there!

It’s quite a long article but stick with it as it makes for fascinating reading!

And if you’re on Twitter and want to follow Brent then you can do so @brentandbecca. He’s genuinely one of the Hobby’s ‘nice guys’ and has been a great source of information and help to me since I started this blog last year!



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