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Old 11-07-2018, 07:41 PM
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Thanks for that thoughts and the link. Definitely a fun read if you started collecting in the early 80s. Brings back a lot of memories. I bought 83 strictly for the nostalgia, but Id be lying if I said I wasnt hoping deep down to pull some high grade rookies.

Im having minor knee surgery in a couple weeks. Cant think of anything better than sitting on the couch and opening a box. Maybe insurance will cover it as part of rehab haha. Ill report back on the results and if anyone is starting or building an 83 set Id be happy to send the contents.
Should be fun. I am aware that the cards of 1980s are not overly valuable but I definitely enjoy looking through my sets from 1980s and do so weekly. I would probably have a good time opening the packs as well.
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I love the '83 set. Great design and photos, one of my favorites.
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