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Old 05-22-2003, 06:45 PM
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Default Great opportunity

Posted By: brian parker

Check out this auction:

You'd be nuts to pass on this one! I mean, a shoebox full of pre-41 cards! So many that the seller couldn't reasonably count them all, give a description of them or provide images--a wide angle lens hasn't been invented that could capture such a hoard. And you can disregard the fact that the seller has only one feedback--rest assured the bidder's identity will be protected no matter what the outcome. If I only had a spare thousand or two I would jump at the opportunity--it is just as likely that this shoebox at one time held boots--can you imagine how many cards would fit a 'boot' box? Good luck to all!


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