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Old 02-24-2017, 02:17 PM
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Default Where is the bath tub? Don't see it.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/192112421258

What is this? I'm impressive by the careful grading.
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Old 02-24-2017, 02:23 PM
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Always check your grammar before pointing out a spelling error. Lol
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Seller's ID is domdom1958 - I'd say that's pretty close.

Oh, I am confident he would be more careful preparing the card for shipping.

nudge, nudge, wink, wink
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Always check your grammar before pointing out a spelling error. Lol
Now THAT'S funny!
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I am impressive too...
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I am impressive too...
Maybe you are, but have you ever been referred to as being impressively impressive?
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Now that was one interesting title.
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Where the heck did he get "Exhibit" from? He might have well spammed more keywords too.... PSA, SGC, Joe Jackson, Ty Cobb, Nolan Ryan etc....

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Default Cut Up Spalding Guides & Pop Rivets

On 1-16-17 we had a thread on "The Collectability of Newspaper & Magazine Clippings". I referenced a guy that bought and cut up Spalding Guides and used his own garage grading company to pop rivet them in rigid screw downs. I had forgotten the company's name . This is his handiwork positively. The grading company known as AAA was a domestic operation. I'll bet this item just trickled "up" to this poor seller and he thought it was something special.....maybe even Exhibit related...LOL as the kids say. The AAA guy was a very angry and defensive character in his hey day.
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