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Old 03-04-2017, 01:46 PM
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Nice cards Jon, well done!


Thanks Lou. Been a bit of a dry spell for me.


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Old 03-04-2017, 04:05 PM
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Picked up 8 more 52 Topps including these 4:
Nice!

Been looking for a Rosen for a while now but not having much luck winning anything in the 3-5 range.

What were the other 4 you picked up?
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Old 03-04-2017, 06:34 PM
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Nice!

Been looking for a Rosen for a while now but not having much luck winning anything in the 3-5 range.

What were the other 4 you picked up?
Thank you....I also picked up a few easier PSA 5s (58, 40, 165) and the 202 Joe Collins as a PSA 6. Just missing 6 lower #s and (only) 75 hi #s....

The Rosen card is tough at PSA 6 and above, thus a five for me. There were a few 6s that ended recently, but not many 5s.

How far along are you on your set now?
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Old 03-04-2017, 07:55 PM
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With this my Topps run is now complete...now just need the 51B for the complete basic run!!

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With this my Topps run is now complete...now just need the 51B for the complete basic run!!

Great image and centering on that '53 Mick! Congrats!
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On eBay, I went "head to head" with another lunatic, and came out on top(?) with a $2.33 bid 1962 Action Baseball Game card Roger Maris.
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On eBay, I went "head to head" with another lunatic, and came out on top(?) with a $2.33 bid 1962 Action Baseball Game card Roger Maris.



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Yesterday I'm at our local baseball card show here in Jacksonville. I'm looking at a table of cards when this other collector comes over and hands a binder to the dealer and asks if he is buying cards. Well I pretend to look at the dealers cards, but what I'm actually looking at is the binder this guy hands to the dealer LOL! Mostly mid 70s baseball cards but I do see some 1966 Topps "rub-offs" which I collect. So the dealer tells this guy he is not interested, and the guy takes his binder and moves on. So do I, right over to the guy and asks him what are you selling?
We plop down on a couple of chairs, and I buy all the '66 rub-offs on my wantlist I paid him $3 each for Mays Koufax Robinson and Banks, and $1 each for the others. I've been trying for this set for awhile so I'm glad to get the hits.


He keeps trying to sell ma a stack of low grade 1965 Topps Transfers but I tell him I'm not collecting that set. He really wants me to buy them, and bundles the Topps Transfers with a 1975 Phillies Roster on this brochure and says eight bucks. So I guess I'm collecting the '65 Topps Transfers now with Aaron Gibson and two Koufax included.

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Another Yankee for my 1959 Topps set.
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Thank you....I also picked up a few easier PSA 5s (58, 40, 165) and the 202 Joe Collins as a PSA 6. Just missing 6 lower #s and (only) 75 hi #s....

The Rosen card is tough at PSA 6 and above, thus a five for me. There were a few 6s that ended recently, but not many 5s.

How far along are you on your set now?
I have a long ways to go compared to you.

I am over 200-220 only with 58 Hi#'s. I haven't purchased a Hi# yet, only low(er) numbers so far.

I am in the process of moving my Beehive hockey cards to free up some money, so hopefully I can give it a good bunt this spring/summer?
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