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    Surely for any Hibby it is tainted with Butchers autograph on it. Probably would have been worth a few quid to a hun if they had won it. Ho hum, thankfully it is probably now not worth very much at all


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    Hun fans are now getting wind that this programme is valuable and are beginning to sell which is driving the price down to around 50. Saying that I've sold 2 recently, both with match tickets for 75+

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    1947/48 Hibs v Rangers Scottish Cup Semi final programme currently on ebay. You'll need deep pockets the seller wants 750 for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancs Harp View Post
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    1947/48 Hibs v Rangers Scottish Cup Semi final programme currently on ebay. You'll need deep pockets the seller wants 750 for it.
    Its the same seller that was recently selling a handful of pretty rare Hibs programmes but his prices are well over double what Id consider sensible. I see a couple of them were withdrawn, not sure if this means they sold or just withdrawn. It was a pre war 33/34 I think and a Celtic hibs 49/50 friendly advertised at 900.
    This one I last noted was sold in the 200-300 range .Guess we can assume The Rangers fans are back spending- interesting to see if it goes for that.
    "We've also been unsure about what has happened to the receipts of the players who have been sold."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancs Harp View Post
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    1947/48 Hibs v Rangers Scottish Cup Semi final programme currently on ebay. You'll need deep pockets the seller wants 750 for it.
    Its the same seller that was recently selling a handful of pretty rare Hibs programmes but his prices are well over double what Id consider sensible. I see a couple of them were withdrawn, not sure if this means they sold or just withdrawn. It was a pre war 33/34 I think and a Celtic hibs 49/50 friendly advertised at 900.
    This one I last noted was sold in the 200-300 range .Guess we can assume The Rangers fans are back spending- interesting to see if it goes for that.
    "We've also been unsure about what has happened to the receipts of the players who have been sold."
    George Foulkes BBC website 20/3/08

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    Quote Originally Posted by ano hibby View Post
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    Its the same seller that was recently selling a handful of pretty rare Hibs programmes but his prices are well over double what Id consider sensible. I see a couple of them were withdrawn, not sure if this means they sold or just withdrawn. It was a pre war 33/34 I think and a Celtic hibs 49/50 friendly advertised at 900.
    This one I last noted was sold in the 200-300 range .Guess we can assume The Rangers fans are back spending- interesting to see if it goes for that.
    He bought the Hibs v Q Park from me on eBay for 350. His 750 asking price was quite frankly ridiculously OTT, as was 900 for Celtic v Hibs. 500ish is about the right price I would say
    It will probably be on his catalogue.

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    ICT SC 2016 just sold for 207 on ebay.

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    I've bought 3 programmes, and only 3 programmes, this year; hearts semi, SJ semi, and SJ final.

    These programmes clearly come with some form of supernatural inherent bad luck, does that make them more valuable?

    I'm also not sure if I can bring myself to ever buy a programme again.
    Mon the Hibs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itsnoteasy View Post
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    ICT SC 2016 just sold for 207 on ebay.
    Not surprised and think it will only go up, ultra rare !!!!
    Raith seems to be very difficult as well now, I remember a guy in Kirkcaldy was selling them for around 8 just after the final. This will be another 100 plus I guess before too long

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    Quote Originally Posted by ano hibby View Post
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    Its the same seller that was recently selling a handful of pretty rare Hibs programmes but his prices are well over double what Id consider sensible. I see a couple of them were withdrawn, not sure if this means they sold or just withdrawn. It was a pre war 33/34 I think and a Celtic hibs 49/50 friendly advertised at 900.
    This one I last noted was sold in the 200-300 range .Guess we can assume The Rangers fans are back spending- interesting to see if it goes for that.
    Interesting comment, I had an example of that quite recently.

    I had bought a Rangers v Clyde 1949 Scottish Cup Final programme on ebay for 75 a couple of years ago, when it arrived there was a match ticket in with it. I put the programme in with the rest of my collection and actually forgot about the ticket. I found it when having a spring clean earlier this year and stuck it on ebay hoping to maybe get 20.

    Within a couple of hours I had offers of 75 and 80 but turned them down as I thought there was maybe more to come, with about 10 minutes left on the auction it had edged up to 92 but in the last minute it rocketed up to 181.50. Couldn't believe my luck.

    I asked around and seemingly anything Rangers pre 1950 is going for silly money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danhibees1875 View Post
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    I've bought 3 programmes, and only 3 programmes, this year; hearts semi, SJ semi, and SJ final.

    These programmes clearly come with some form of supernatural inherent bad luck, does that make them more valuable?

    I'm also not sure if I can bring myself to ever buy a programme again.
    Might be worth a few pounds for St Johnstone fans unfortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Whizz View Post
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    Might be worth a few pounds for St Johnstone fans unfortunately
    Possibly. My experience of programmes is that Hibs fans seem to be more into them than others and inflate the price accordingly (I'm sure you can get the 5-1 programme for 10 for instance!).
    Mon the Hibs.

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