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Old 01-13-2018, 10:47 AM
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1955 Roberto Clemente Rookie - PSA 6
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1958 Pittsburgh Pirates team photograph with Roberto Clemente's autograph
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not a valuable card, but long ago I had a T206 southern leaguer of Paige with an old mill back. despite its sentimental value, I traded it away. sometimes I sit and wonder whatever happened to that card.
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not a valuable card, but long ago I had a T206 southern leaguer of Paige with an old mill back. despite its sentimental value, I traded it away. sometimes I sit and wonder whatever happened to that card.
Hi Ronnie,

You traded it to me, I had it graded by PSA. They mislabeled it, so I sold it. Not sure where its at now.
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:41 AM
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I lost everything through a nasty divorce. Had to start all over in 2009.
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I should have held on to the red and green t206 Cobbs I had.
This. But I have to say there must be a lot of us. And how long should you hold on to something that skyrockets in value? See also Bitcoin!
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Sold a Bill Russell PSA 8 rookie about 6 months before it triped in value (from $8k to $25k+) few years ago. Ouch.
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T206 Walter Johnson portrait
T3 Turkey Red Nap Lajoie
1953 Bowman Mickey Mantle

I've had many cards but I still wish I had those 3.
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Old 01-13-2018, 09:18 PM
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One card that wish i hadnt sold was a e90-1 siegle raw that was easily a 4 or 5
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Too many to think of... here's a sample, a near complete run of semi-high 52T cards, missing Mays, all others were there and all would have definitely graded out at "7" or "8".....

There's much more but it sickens me to think about it...
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I don't regret selling any of my cards. Some of them have made their way back too.

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