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Lately I've been collecting auto rookie cards. If anyone uses instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goatrosters/

If not, I will try hosting some of them on here too.

The larger project at hand, is for each major sport I make an all time roster and then collect cards of the roster.
Figuring out which players make the 53 player football roster was fairly tough but quite fun.
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That 53 Graham is on my want list.

Meantime, I have actual proof of a blue-flame fart:



From a collection I purchased recently for resale, but I am keeping it.
LOL.... First blue flamer I have seen!!
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From the National:



My 2nd early Wheaties FB.
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After seeing Adams post, I had to have a "blue-flame"fart card for myself Best $2 I ever spent!
1960 NFL Rookie of the Year with an 11 year NFL Pro career.

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A grail of sorts for me.
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Oh my! That is amazing. Congrats.
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Old 08-17-2019, 10:16 AM
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On the PSA side the AUTHs are obviously second-class citizens, but given how difficult some of these are to find at all, I was very glad to find this one.
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Old 08-17-2019, 07:01 PM
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The "Auth" wouldn't bother me a bit on nice box cut issues like that.



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Great pickup Peter. Nice price and they had some other ones that were nice as well. They didn’t last long either.
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Old 08-22-2019, 02:36 PM
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Helluva Brown...I am envious.

Meantime some modest raw cards from the National to replace slabs:


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1971 Bazooka #1 Joe Namath $4 pick-up no charge for the thumb tack hole.
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Big names, small bux. Love it. A few more from the show:


Yes, the Taylor is a misprint--double struck.



mid-Seventies cards give me the warm and fuzzies...
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1971 Bazooka #1 Joe Namath $4 pick-up no charge for the thumb tack hole.
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Big names, small bux. Love it. A few more from the show:





Yes, the Taylor is a misprint--double struck.







mid-Seventies cards give me the warm and fuzzies...
Good stuff! More and more, mid 70s to mid 80s (born in '73) really does it for me (baseball and football). Haven't cared about TPGing in forever. Just putting together decent cards from childhood in binders.

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Precisely where I've gotten to...
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Rarely post here, but got in a little lot I liked with some older stuff so figured what the heck. All came in one lot with the exception of the Payton. Not a big one, but a little Sweetness is never a bad thing. The Fears is by far the oldest card I have, and I think the Blanda is pretty cool. Anyway.....



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Old 09-14-2019, 05:43 AM
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Very nice pickups, Rob! I love that Fears and the entire '51 Bowman set. Such classic artwork and poses.

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Very nice pickups, Rob! I love that Fears and the entire '51 Bowman set. Such classic artwork and poses.

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Thanks, Jeff. It was the '68s that got my attention on the lot, but once in hand my appreciation for the Fears has grown. I simply have never collected things that far back and looking at this one has gotten me to look around at that and other sets/cards from the era. Agreed, the artwork and period poses really speak to the era. Might have to branch out a little. Oh boy, just what I need, MORE collecting interests.
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Old 10-11-2019, 11:37 AM
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If you collect 1963 Fleer football cards you know how I'm feeling right now

One more (#23 Cookie Gilchrist RC) to complete my set!

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Has anyone seen this card or have an opinion on it?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1948-Bowman...C/352857609129

I stopped bidding on PWCC cards after the scandal broke, and have continued to avoid them.

What's curious is this is at least the 3, maybe 4th time this card has been for auction this last year.

It 'sold' for 845 on Oct 31t, 688 in Sept, and I am pretty sure once or twice by PWCC before that. Seems suspicious as hell.
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I didn't have much time for the local show yesterday, but managed to pick these up in one purchase. One dealer had brought a large stack of Unitas because he knew I collect Unitas, but as I already had at least one graded, and in some cases more of every one, I decided not to splurge on those. Added these to my early '70s dynasty Dolphins collection. The NFLPA iron ons aren't the most visually striking things ever, but a nice oddball and since I had the Unitas already these jumped out at me. Love both of the Kellogg's football issues, so had to have these as well, on my way to a graded set on these I think. And neither here nor there, but got them all for $32 which I thought was a really good deal without really knowing the values. It was a deal to me regardless.



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I love those two OJ cards. Those action shots were what defined a great football card for me back in those days.

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Old 02-18-2020, 03:32 AM
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Nice pickups, Rob. I've always liked the Kellogg's sets too! Agree the NFLPA iron ons are not very imaginative but it's a nice little oddball set to put together.

Congrats!

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I love those Iron Ons. I remember buying them from a vending machine in our local bowling alley.
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Nice pickups, Rob. I've always liked the Kellogg's sets too! Agree the NFLPA iron ons are not very imaginative but it's a nice little oddball set to put together.

Congrats!

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Thanks, Jeff. Yeah, I love the Kellogg's issues, football and baseball (man I wish they had done hockey), as evidenced by the fact I bought both Warfields and already had a Zonk. Love the oddballs, would like to do the Sunoco and Wonderful World of Stamps sets someday.

"I love those Iron Ons. I remember buying them from a vending machine in our local bowling alley."

Jim, I don't remember those as a kid. I'm sure I would have bought 'em if I had seen them, bought everything else haha.
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Love that Slingin' Sammy!



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Thanks, Favorite of mine also, love the Early Bowmans
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This may not appeal to everyone, but I thought it was cool. I don't know much, actually nothing about these things, but I'm glad I got it.


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Nice pickup, Mike! Early NFL season passes can be hard to find so congrats on a great snag.

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Thanks Jeff. Like I said, I don't know much about these, but knowing the bearer of this got to see Bronko Nagurski play was a big part of the purchase.
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Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know, another Payton RC. But ya know what, it's mine, I love it, and it finally finishes my set, so I'm showing' it.


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Old 06-15-2020, 05:48 AM
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Can never go wrong with a Payton rookie card, Rob! Congrats.

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Thumbs up Rob!
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I remember buying a few of those player patches from a shop back in the 90s.
They were in those little toy/candy vending machine plastic bubble holders. They were not sold via a machine at that time, but he had a box full of them in the plastic capsules. I assumed that is how they were originally sold, but never actually checked on it.



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Picked up a couple of nice short prints for my exhibit set.



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If anyone here happened to buy the heritage auction lots last night that included the auto RC of Stanfel and the other lot with Christiansen, and they were not the primarily reason for buying the lots...let me know!
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OK I love the 1965 Topps football "tall-boys" and I love Topps inserts too. So why have I waited so long to start collecting the 1965 inserts "Rub-Offs"? Just arrived today so I'm off collecting another set!
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Picked up a green stock Exhibit. I still need a blue and red. So if anyone has a blue or red one, any player...

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Couldn't pass up this Baugh.
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Nice pickup, Mike! Love that Baugh card.

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Thanks Jeff, pretty good centering for a Leaf.
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