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Old 03-27-2018, 03:50 PM
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Just received an order of Heritage cards that included about 75 1990 Donruss cards as fillers. Anyone want them ? Other wise I will likely mail them to Bob labeled Rare Donruss Non Aqueous
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See if our resident cut and paste artist needs them?
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Just received an order of Heritage cards that included about 75 1990 Donruss cards as fillers. Anyone want them ? Other wise I will likely mail them to Bob labeled Rare Donruss Non Aqueous
Please, someone take them. I implore you.
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Do they have razor sharp corners, 63-37 centering or better and feature players with a minimum of two names?
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Bury them in time capsule labled "dont do this ever again"

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Old 04-18-2018, 02:49 AM
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Its nice to see people posting about 1990 Donruss and their newfound usefulness as packing ballast after all these years. I had wondered what happened to that set.
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Its nice to see people posting about 1990 Donruss and their newfound usefulness as packing ballast after all these years. I had wondered what happened to that set.
Please don't encourage that...or I'll never be able to rid myself of all these foam peanuts!
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I got lucky and a guy had a few Aaron Judge Rc's as packing filler before he took off. I graded them and got 3 PSA 10's and a 9. Not bad as it paid for my purchase plus a couple hundred bucks.
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Rob-- I concede you have received the better packing, although I once got a set of Scream Queen I cards as filler with an order. Doubt they are worth much but there may have been a few tens of one kind or another in that group.
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You guys are fools... the Joey Belle from that set is one of the most undervalued cards ever. Should fetch ~$100 in a few years.
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