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Old 01-10-2006, 08:24 PM
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Posted By: darren

I know this may difficult for some of you, but if there were no pre WWII baseball cards out there, what post WWII set would you collect?


For me, the 1952 Berk Ross. The set includes vintage cards of Joe D., Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Stan Musial, and Jackie Robinson---no other set has such an inclusive line up of HOF Legends. Of course, I do collect post war as well and do collect this set.

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2003 Leaf Certified Materials or 2005 Absolute Memorabilia!

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Old 01-10-2006, 08:37 PM
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Posted By: Ben

I love the Red Man sets. I've considered working on a Red Man set, raw but w/tabs, but I haven't gotten around to it yet. I think they are stunning.

I also enjoy the look of the '51 and '52 Bowmans.

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1997 Zenith

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Posted By: Anthony

'53 Bowman Color, no other is even close.

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Posted By: zach

1951 Bowman and 1952 Bowman all the way.

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Posted By: Joann

2000 Pacific Private Stock. These had a kind of half painted look - it was both modern and throwback at the same time. And to me the regular cards looked much nicer than any of the several chase cards in the set.

Someone in another thread was right. The companies went overboard and issued way too many to try to keep up with It really killed the fun of being involved with the newer cards - even gorgeous sets like this one.

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lololol Cobby. What's that - the Chuck-n-Duck?? hahaha

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'72 Topps...... remember Laugh In?

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Posted By: T206Collector

...how about that 1990 Bowman set. Now there was a crowd pleaser.

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