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Old 09-01-2019, 08:36 AM
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Lets get September started. 57 Herzog Rookie and a really cool Jordan auto5FACC4AA-18D5-4D47-A072-8D2578337771.jpg

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Happy to add this former ballplayer (via a purchase from a fellow board member) to my collection...

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Sadaharu Oh's rookie card (1959 Doyusha JCM 30b)!

Been wanting one of these for a while (he has a lot of rookie cards).

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Nice Aarons!

Check out this 'Broder' I got at the National:



No idea what it is but whoever made it put some work into making it look nice.
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replenishing my Hammers:

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I especially like that '71 Aaron!

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10% EBucks helped out with this one:

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A bunch of fun stuff to kick the month off right.

1978 Olde Cards Roy Campanella
1930s Hank Greenberg premium off BST
2008 Lynchburg Mets Dr K figure /1000
Painting of Jackie by ex-MLBer Micah Johnson
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I've always loved this Wilt The Stilt. Reminds me of my childhood days when the Knicks (whose entire starting lineup, mind you, became HOF'ers) would go to battle against the ridiculously talented Lakers and Celtics...

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Don't think I posted this yet




Some spiffy raw 1973s I picked up at the National.
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Some recent cash converted to cardboard at the LCS...




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I love the 59 Brooks Robinson, I think its much nicer than his 57 or 58.

I got this 1959 Minoru Murayama Menko which arrived in the mail the other day. I'm loving the colors.
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One of the few Aaron cards I never expected to own. 1974 Topps Deckle Edge proof card.

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I think that whole haul was $100. I probably could do better with time and patience on eBay...but I do like to support my LCS.


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Robert, remember Im a Cubs fan. I dont actively hate the Cardinals unless they are on a screen in front of me, but you dont have to start with the reminders...;-)


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It's real tough finding an Ozzie RC with that kind of decent centering. Well done.
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My wife thinks he looks like Truman. Been searching for a nicely centered example for a while




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Thanks. Its got some print damage in places, but I took the centering over that.


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Got this cool oddball 1954 Prefered Products 8X10 in the mail a couple days ago. It amazingly still has most of the original packaging.
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These arrived in the last couple weeks. The 1970s are for my 70 HOF and All Star subsets. All others are additions to my collection.
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2nd day of an estate sale, 30% off, so paid $35 for the pair and a few other miscellaneous cards- no idea how they lasted...but I'm happy.
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Yup. That's a nice Ron Tompkins RC
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Picked these up from a local card show. Need all three for my set, and I've been wanting to find a nice mid-grade Feller.

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LOL, Darren - that was my card, enjoy. The qualifier really killed it for you huh?

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LOL, Darren - that was my card, enjoy. The qualifier really killed it for you huh?

Good deal. You bought it for exactly what I paid a few months ago...
Well, value-wise it does. Since I'm not looking to sell it or anything, it needed to be 'cheap' enough to make it worthwhile to pay that kind of money just to keep it for my set. Anything with a qualifier is simply never going to sell for what you think it should sell for. Tough line to walk.
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Well, value-wise it does. Since I'm not looking to sell it or anything, it needed to be 'cheap' enough to make it worthwhile to pay that kind of money just to keep it for my set. Anything with a qualifier is simply never going to sell for what you think it should sell for. Tough line to walk.
Relax, I'm totally kidding you. I would have said the same thing in negotiating on a qualified card. It's valid reasoning. I was jabbing you more in the vein of the OC lover you seem to be on this forum, and then how you came across to me as a seller. ;-)

It's a wonderful card, I would have kept it but just have over-extended on some other stuff recently. The OC did not bother me at all.
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Its great that I have this wonderful LCS right under my nose here in my hometown, but damn I need to stop going there...




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Two really tough variations (no yellow in winged logo, 'DI' in the sky)...

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Those are awesome, John...congrats!

It's been a while since I've seen a local shop...sad.
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Aside from centering, the corners and everything else are pretty nice, so I decided to take a gamble that the ST designation was nothing to worry about, and sure enough, it's just a phantom. You would never in a million years know anything was there, but if you stare at it in blinding sunlight under a magnifying glass with the card tilted, you can just barely make out some thin film where a piece of gum resided atop the Mick back in the summer of the Miracle Mets. A quick swipe with the pantyhose and this transparent residue 'stain' would be non-existent...

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Id crack it and shortly thereafter be asked by my wife what I needed pantyhose for...


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Thanks. Its both a blessing and a curse, trust me...


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Thanks Darren. I'm enjoying chasing cards I've always liked visually.
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