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Old 09-25-2017, 01:39 AM
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David, that is an awesome run. Coincidently, I am kinda working on something similar - one of each back, preferably in mid grades/condition with a HOF front (brown OM and SL aside), however, I may settle on lower grade commons for my drum, brown Lenox and BL 460. I will post my run at some point, but including the brown OM and Lenox, but excluding T213/T215. I am only a BL 460 away from a complete set/run. This and player back runs = lots of time, effort and $$$. But, alas, it yields a great picture like the one David posted and luckily we have a place like net54 where our craziness is (sometimes) appreciated by others.
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Old 09-29-2017, 04:11 AM
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David, that is an awesome run. Coincidently, I am kinda working on something similar - one of each back, preferably in mid grades/condition with a HOF front (brown OM and SL aside), however, I may settle on lower grade commons for my drum, brown Lenox and BL 460. I will post my run at some point, but including the brown OM and Lenox, but excluding T213/T215. I am only a BL 460 away from a complete set/run. This and player back runs = lots of time, effort and $$$. But, alas, it yields a great picture like the one David posted and luckily we have a place like net54 where our craziness is (sometimes) appreciated by others.
Good luck and have fun with it. I put a lot of time in trying to find all those with a HOF on the front (I recently got a blank back that will ruin the symmetry of the grid so I haven't included it) but the hunt was the most fun. Now that I am done I do miss the journey.
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You will find something new to collect; we all do. Maybe a back run or a team subset.

So who is the player on the Blank back?
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Old 09-30-2017, 02:58 AM
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You will find something new to collect; we all do. Maybe a back run or a team subset.

So who is the player on the Blank back?
Blank back is Jake Beckley, which luckily I didn't have on any of the other backs. The more backs I collected the harder it became to add a new one without repeating one of the HOFs on the front. I also wanted to make sure I had all four Cobbs, the three Youngs, both Johnsons and all three Matthewsons included in the run which resulted in quite a bit of shuffling along the way.
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Blank back is Jake Beckley, which luckily I didn't have on any of the other backs. The more backs I collected the harder it became to add a new one without repeating one of the HOFs on the front. I also wanted to make sure I had all four Cobbs, the three Youngs, both Johnsons and all three Matthewsons included in the run which resulted in quite a bit of shuffling along the way.
I'll bet that it did. I remember in 2004 when I got my first Uzit. Three months later I got my first (only) Brown Lenox. I couldn't get rid of either one, so I kept them both. Five years later I started a back run that's become my favorite subset.
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