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Old 10-13-2017, 12:15 AM
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Default It's about time!

Two weeks ago after numerous prior attempts, I finally reached a live Panini customer service person. I was concerned about redemption's that were owed to me. There was a Kobe HRX card redeemed 11/29/12, and James Harden Au card redeemed 8/31/14.
The HRX was supposed to be a video card. I was told that they were never uploaded with video. They promised to send the non video HRX card with a extra Kobe AU card to make up for the mishap. They also promised that they were processing my Harden Au card as we spoke.
I finally received my package. I'm very disappointed after waiting 5 years for something that was never completed, and 3 years for a scribble AU of a guy who makes millions, and can't take the time to sign his name properly. The old bait and switch; just think, I had to track them down for this. Almost forgot.... they still owe me a card from May 2016.

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Got this one in a trade, really happy with it.
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Wow! Nice Gretz. I remember those, one of those that eluded me. /2800, that's funny now. Great pick up.
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Got this one in a trade, really happy with it.
Congrats, Tony!

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Here's a couple more I just got in the mail...

• 1930-32 Type I Signed Chicago Shamrocks Photograph of Clarence "Pudge" McKenzie (Underwood & Underwood Stamp)
• 1972-73 NHL Booklet Printed by Williams Förlag (Sweden) with Henri Richard & Bobby Orr on the cover
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Here's a 1981 O-Pee-Chee Super #7 Wayne Gretzky jumbo card with a few goodies on the back!

Includes 15 signatures: Glenn Anderson, John Blum, Paul Coffey, Wayne Gretzky, Marc Habscheid, Charlie Huddy, Pat Hughes, Dave Hunter, Garry Lariviere, Ron Low, Kevin Lowe, Dave Lumley, Mark Messier, Andy Moog, Todd Strueby

This card was signed sometime during the 1982-83 season, the only year John Blum played for the Oilers (5 games)
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Here's a 1981 O-Pee-Chee Super #7 Wayne Gretzky jumbo card with a few goodies on the back!

Includes 15 signatures: Glenn Anderson, John Blum, Paul Coffey, Wayne Gretzky, Marc Habscheid, Charlie Huddy, Pat Hughes, Dave Hunter, Garry Lariviere, Ron Low, Kevin Lowe, Dave Lumley, Mark Messier, Andy Moog, Todd Strueby

This card was signed sometime during the 1982-83 season, the only year John Blum played for the Oilers (5 games)
Wow! Another great P/U, Jeff!
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Here's a 1981 O-Pee-Chee Super #7 Wayne Gretzky jumbo card with a few goodies on the back!

Includes 15 signatures: Glenn Anderson, John Blum, Paul Coffey, Wayne Gretzky, Marc Habscheid, Charlie Huddy, Pat Hughes, Dave Hunter, Garry Lariviere, Ron Low, Kevin Lowe, Dave Lumley, Mark Messier, Andy Moog, Todd Strueby

This card was signed sometime during the 1982-83 season, the only year John Blum played for the Oilers (5 games)
Holy crap, that's amazing! Congrats, super jealous!
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Default Finally got my Gordie Howe

Well, Its been 4 years in the making but I finally got my 1951-52 Gordie Howe.

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OH WOW! And a really nice one at that. Congrats on acquiring a truly historical hockey card.
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My 2nd Beehive:



A beater to be sure but signed

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A beater to be sure but signed
Great Gordies, Adam, especially the Beehive!

A recent addition myself.
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From last night's LOTG:

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Nice Fleer Russell, a very attractive card between the great color and even greater portrait, IMO. Much better looking card than the rookie (recent pickup below), if less iconic.
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Enjoy! Paring down my collection to focus on programs and yearbooks. Those were my 61’s.
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Well they are very nice.
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Picked up another miscut Orr for the collection. Card shows part of card #59 Terry Harper on the bottom.
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Where are you guys getting such awesome cards from? Howe RC, Russell RC, Erving RC, etc. Just awesome!
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A couple of recents.
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nice card , are you selling ?
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Old 01-14-2018, 08:12 AM
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Here's a real nice 1937 Howie Morenz Memorial Souvenir Programme.
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I never buy post-career cards but for some reason I now have three Russells with the addition of the coin.
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Got some nice stuff today...

• 1966 J.D. McCarthy Bobby Orr PSA / DNA Certified. Been wanting one for these for a long time!
• 1970 Swedish Masterserien #26 Ken Dryden PSA 9
• 1983 Memorial Cup Champions Portland Winter Hawks Team Photo (Uptown Studio, Portland, Oregon). Includes Cam Neely & Mike Vernon

Big thanks to Andy for the Orr & Winter Hawks cards!
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Love the European issues, and that Dryden is amazing.
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Thanks Jari!
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Thanks Jari!
Haha. Yeah, Jari is definitely my guy, and what lead me to love the Euro issues.
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Here's a really tough type card I got yesterday, a 1957-58 Murray's Potato Chips St. Catharines Tee Pees Ed Hoekstra!
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Here's a cool one! It's a 1935-36 Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets RPPC with Gordie Drillon and Frank Brimsek. Thanks Jim!
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On a more mundane note.
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Nothing mundane about that Orr! I love all of those Orr subset cards from that issue. I have that one in a BVG 7.5 but man I don't care for the Beckett cases so hope to one day get one in the PSA like yours. I guess that guy on the left was OK too. Thanks for sharing.
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Nothing mundane about that Orr! I love all of those Orr subset cards from that issue. I have that one in a BVG 7.5 but man I don't care for the Beckett cases so hope to one day get one in the PSA like yours. I guess that guy on the left was OK too. Thanks for sharing.
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The ever large 1950-51 Celtics home program acquisitions. Sorry for the poor formatting.
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Great graphics on those programs.



A small glue or wax stain on the back accounts for the grade.
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A small glue or wax stain on the back accounts for the grade.
If that Hull is a '2', I need a lot more 2s in my collection.
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Great stuff everyone! Here are a couple of postcards I got in the mail today:

• C.1960's John Bucyk RPPC
• 1961 J.D. McCarthy Willie O'Ree
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At a fraction of the cost of his Topps RC, I liked this one.
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Picked these up to close in on my 70/71 Topps set. Sorry about the brutal scans. The Alcindor is still in a slab.

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If that Hull is a '2', I need a lot more 2s in my collection.
That's why I bought it. A great looking card at a fraction of the cost due to a technical flaw that I had to look for to find.

I never buy raw marquee cards but I went for this one:




Got a super deal on it.
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The Howe Hunt continues:

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Wow, another sweet one. Hope to one day do a Dr. J Topps run. He was THE guy when it came to playground basketball talk as kid in the '70s. I have been on a bit of a graded stuff run for awhile, but have picked up a couple of nice raw lately so I get you in that area. And like the Hull, that is a really great card.
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Some additions that get me close to finishing the '72 Icee set




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Nice centering. I have a complete nm-mt set but most of the centering is off.
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Icee Bears are very cool, and relatively inexpensive.
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picked up some of my first ever basketball slabs - also very cool and inexpensive

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Wow, another sweet one. Hope to one day do a Dr. J Topps run. He was THE guy when it came to playground basketball talk as kid in the '70s. I have been on a bit of a graded stuff run for awhile, but have picked up a couple of nice raw lately so I get you in that area. And like the Hull, that is a really great card.
I'm all about the presentation and the price, regardless of slab. The Howe is decently centered and crease-free, which is a bit of a stretch with the deckles, and the price was great. This is my current happy card:



Bought it raw at the National and it just got an 8.

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I saw Boom Boom and hadn't ever seen a nicer 67 so I grabbed it even though my normal wheelhouse is nice 6 or 7 caliber for this set.
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On occasion you see a card and you are owning the sucker even if you overpay a bit:



I saw Boom Boom and hadn't ever seen a nicer 67 so I grabbed it even though my normal wheelhouse is nice 6 or 7 caliber for this set.
I saw him play as well and he became a favorite. That's a wonderful card!
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agreed

picked up some of my first ever basketball slabs - also very cool and inexpensive
I'm currently working on that set (raw though). It's a lot of fun. Lacking 44 of 175.
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