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Old 08-21-2007, 09:57 AM
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Default 1952 Topps Baseball FIND

Posted By: Ryan

OK, here is the story...

I was on vacation visiting my wife's family in Regina, Saskatchewan. We were at her grandmothers house and some of here friends were over to see my daughter. An elder gentleman came over and made a comment about the shirt I was wearing (a 1950's PCL baseball T-Shirt) and asked me if I was a baseball fan. We got talking and I mentioned that I collect baseball cards. He said he collected cards when he was younger and had kept everything in a shoebox. I asked him what years they were from and he said the 40's and 50's. By the time I heard that by heart started to pound with excitement. He lived in the same building as my wife grandmother so he took me down to have a look at them. He brought out the box filled with near perfect 50's & 60's baseball hockey and football about 1000 of them. I told him what they were worth and he said I could take whatever cards I wanted to sell and he would give me a share of the profits as he had no use for them anymore. One card that he would not let me take was a 52' Mantle with looked about EXMT but was OC. I ended up taking about 100 NM/MT 1960 topps baseball, these posted 52's about 200 1954 Blue ribbon CFL cards (book at $100 each), 200 1963 Parkhurst hockey cards, and assortment of 50's & 60's baseball cards all of which I will be listing on ebay.


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