I recently realized that on-card autos of some of the classic cards I grew up collecting are extremely undervalued.
Back in the late 80s and throughout the 1990s, card companies didn't release autographed product.
So the thought of "vintage" on-card autos means that the player actually signed the card, and the card owner submitted it to PSA or BGS to authenticate the auto and slab it, and in some cases, also grade the card itself.
This video elaborates.
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