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Old 02-09-2017, 04:22 PM
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I thought the MB cards were a 1968 issue even though the FB cards are the 1967 design?
I don't know what they are called LOL! They are not mentioned in the Standard Catalog (I just checked). Included in the Milton Bradley "Win A Card" game were 1967 designed football cards, 1968 baseball cards, and 1968 Hot Rod cards (copied from a 1964 release).
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Old 02-13-2017, 04:49 PM
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Two 1952 Bowman Large eBay pickups arrived today. I need SEVEN more cards to complete my set!
#72 John Schweder RC SP listed in the Standard Catalog for $650 in NM and I paid $107 delivered or 16.5% "book".
#108 Hubert Johnston SP listed in the Standard Catalog for $750 in NM and I paid $83 delivered or 11% of "book".
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Wow, Larry, those are two of the tougher ones right there.

Great job!

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Old 02-24-2017, 10:40 AM
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Another card marked off 1952 Bowman Large #63 Charley Conerly SP, I need six more to complete my set! NM "book" price is $550 this one cost $81.44 shipped, but I purchased it during a recent 10% eBay bucks program. So I earned $7.88 eBay bucks, pushing my purchase price down to $73.56 or 13.3% book price.

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Another great Hall of Famer SP, you are a collecting machine, Larry!

Progress made on the 1977 Topps Mexican Set this month in the much maligned category of CHECKLIST cards. Here's an uncut two card "strip" of Card #'s 204 & 256 (Bears) of the '77 Mexican set. I have not seen any cards from an uncut sheet in this set before, but can confirm those darn perforations ARE factory.


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Thanks Ty! I don't know anything about that 1977 Topps Mexican set except what I am reading here in the Standard Catalog. Going by the "pricing" these must be pretty rare!

For me another hit 1952 Bowman Large #14 Paul Brown RC. FIVE more needed to complete my set. This was a "BattersBox" eBay pickup during the recent 10X eBay bucks promotion. Cost me $35.25 free shipping minus $3.52 eBay bucks total $31.73. The Standard Catalog NM "value" $250, so I am at 12.6% full book.

I just noticed the ink finger print on Paul Browns shirt. Thought it was kind of weird. Then I looked on eBay, and there are several others that have this finger-print, and some of the card do not?


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Old 02-27-2017, 06:02 PM
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Paul Brown thumb print -

Yes, there are versions with or without this print flaw. I'm not sure which one is more common, though.

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I have just joined Net54, went right to the Football Forum, went through everything, lots of amazing stuff! But I don't know if there is anything more awesome or incredible than the John Hannah Frito Lay by DBesse27, complete with dip in his mouth and a can of Copenhagen on his helmet. I did a little search for this, but could not find one. I will keep looking. Happy Collecting!

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Another Frito Hannah. He's in 5 Frito sets and I now have his single from 3 of those years. This is the earliest of the bunch, 1976:



It came in a lot with these:



#77 is Tom Neville, 1976. The Grogan might be from the 76 set, or the 1977-78 set.



#86 is 4x Pro Bowler Stanley Morgan, 1977-78 set. Number 81 is TE Russ Francis, 1976
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I have just joined Net54, went right to the Football Forum, went through everything, lots of amazing stuff! But I don't know if there is anything more awesome or incredible than the John Hannah Frito Lay by DBesse27, complete with dip in his mouth and a can of Copenhagen on his helmet. I did a little search for this, but could not find one. I will keep looking. Happy Collecting!
I didn't even notice the can of Copenhagen until
You pointed it out lol!
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Just picked this up. Thought it looked better than a 10. Decent eye appeal imo
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