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Old 03-15-2018, 05:05 PM
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Default A Six-Pack of 1972 High Number Bo Dereks For Trade

I have this group of ultra-high grade PSA 10 1972 high numbers (including a few HOF'ers) for trade. You don't exactly see these things available for trade too often...




I'm only looking to trade for substantial baseball cards (maybe HOF'ers, variations, SP high numbers from the 50's or 60's??), as I really don't collect the other sports (unless something really piques my interest). If you're interested in talking about a trade, even a large package deal, take a gander at the list of things I'm generally seeking (below) and LMK what you have. I'll be happy to answer any questions or provide further scans/pics, etc.

Disclaimer: Since people will inevitably ask, "What 'trade value' do you put on these cards?," I'll say this. I don't have a specific dollar trade value associated with them. It really just boils down to deciding whether or not it's worth trading for what somebody has to offer. We all know what the cards are basically 'worth,' or more importantly, what it would cost to buy one on ebay if one is even listed there.

I am always interested in these:
• HOF'ers in nice shape from the 50's and 60's
• Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle (especially their 1961 high numbers in high grade), Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams & Roberto Clemente cards
• Tough to find errors and variations from the 50's through the early 70's
• 1964 Topps Stand-Up HOF'ers (need virtually any in nice shape)
• 1961-67 Topps high numbers and SP's
• 1963 Fleer BB stars and HOF'ers in high grade
• 1954 Bowman HOF'ers
• 1954 Red Heart BB (need virtually any in nice shape)
• T-206's or other pre-war cards (possibly)
• I could also be open to a wide variety of other stuff. LMK what you have.

I also have a PSA 9 1972 #343 Pro Action Joe Namath high number for trade. See my other thread.
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