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Old 08-15-2007, 10:12 PM
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Posted By: Ray

Since Ted Z's 1952 Bowman thread isn't getting much love for some reason, post your favorite post-war football card(s). Only stipulation is they must be from your own collection.

Here's a few of mine.



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A local hero (Youngstown, Ohio)



1953 Ram's Team Issue & 1963 Steelers IDL



Should be in the Hall of Fame:



A couple others

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Posted By: boxingcardman

But this one is a card I chased so hard as a kid and could never get, so I have to call it my favorite in my collection right now.

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Adam- he's the only professional player to rush for 2000 yards in a season and kill two people...very select circle!

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You can't prove that Barry!

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Posted By: barrysloate

You're correct Dan- I can't, because I am not a lawyer...but somebody else already has!

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I've got so many favorites that it's hard to just pick 1. Here's a few from my favorite all time sets.

In Rememberance of James W. Brennan Sr. 1924-1982. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me.

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"If the cleat don't fit, you must acquit!"

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John, the wittiness of your pun is surpassed only by the coolness of your cards!

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Posted By: Patrick McMenemy

Here are my 3 1965 Tall Boys:





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