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Old 01-02-2018, 04:36 PM
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55 & 56 Topps Hocus Focus



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Old 01-03-2018, 04:00 PM
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Hocus-Focus!! OT but fun: Anyone want to guess at why I am unhappy w/my PSA graded boxing subset?

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Old 01-03-2018, 04:25 PM
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Hocus-Focus!! OT but fun: Anyone want to guess at why I am unhappy w/my PSA graded boxing subset?

C'mon PSA, pick a direction and stick with it!
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Old 01-10-2018, 10:24 PM
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Just got this one in the mail.

IMG_0579 by Guy Bourque, on Flickr
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Old 01-11-2018, 01:57 PM
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Just got this one in the mail.

IMG_0579 by Guy Bourque, on Flickr
I love your '50 Bowman, Guy. You selected a beauty---extra crisp picture registry, deep, rich colors, with nary a print spot; I love it. You did real well. Congratulations, Guy, and thanks for sharing your joy with us!

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Old 01-11-2018, 02:54 PM
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I love your '50 Bowman, Guy. You selected a beauty---extra crisp picture registry, deep, rich colors, with nary a print spot; I love it. You did real well. Congratulations, Guy, and thanks for sharing your joy with us!

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Thanks Brian ,

I am very happy with this card , the photo in the Ebay listing did not do this card justice , I'm hoping to add to my Jackie collection in the next few months , and then explain why I collect Jackie , and the connection between Jackie , his wife Rachel and members of my family in the spring , summer and fall of 1946 . I will start a Thread here on Net54 once I add a few more pieces to my collection

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Thanks Brian ,

I am very happy with this card , the photo in the Ebay listing did not do this card justice , I'm hoping to add to my Jackie collection in the next few months , and then explain why I collect Jackie , and the connection between Jackie , his wife Rachel and members of my family in the spring , summer and fall of 1946 . I will start a Thread here on Net54 once I add a few more pieces to my collection
Judging by your location, I can't wait! Congrats on a stellar card.
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Old 01-11-2018, 09:23 PM
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Such great stuff on here guys. This '48 Leaf will always be memorable for me, as it was the first card I ever purchased on the Net54 BST.
Thanks to fellow Minnesotan Pete Sycks for this "Gateway Card", that has only led to harder and more expensive card abuse...

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Old 01-12-2018, 02:17 PM
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Thanks Brian ,

I am very happy with this card , the photo in the Ebay listing did not do this card justice , I'm hoping to add to my Jackie collection in the next few months , and then explain why I collect Jackie , and the connection between Jackie , his wife Rachel and members of my family in the spring , summer and fall of 1946 . I will start a Thread here on Net54 once I add a few more pieces to my collection
Guy, I too am looking forward to your thread. Take all the time you need, and I wish you the very best in your pursuit of those cards you wish to add to your Jackie Robinson collection beforehand.

A thought just occurred to me. I devoted the far majority of a chapter from my book on immediate postwar regionals to Mr. Robinson. Entitled Never Cheaper By the Dozen, a few of my customers have purchased my book solely for a particular chapter, but I know that's usually a stretch for collectors. Furthermore, the book is an E-book on a CD, to be read by inserting it into the disc drive of your computer or laptop. I just thought since you are a strong Jackie Robinson fan, you would enjoy this chapter; however, I also wanted you to know of its format. My feedback has been sparse, but positive nonetheless. I won't hound you, but thought I should at least mention it.

Take care, my fellow collecting warrior. ---Brian Powell
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Old 01-15-2018, 03:06 PM
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Jackie at the Martin Luther King, Jr. All-Star Classic,.Snagged this with my own hand in March 1970 at Dodger Stadium. MLB stars of every color. Field level and there was a section between us. The usher at the top of his aisle wouldn't let me down, so I went back to my seat, thought a moment, and cut across the middle of the aisle that separated us (stepping on the occasional foot as I went but telling people what I was after and they were general very good about it!).

I scrapbooked it from the program he signed it in - hence the brown background. Still manage to have held onto ticket stub too.
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