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Old 07-18-2022, 03:03 PM
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Default Trips For Trade - Mantle, Aaron, Variations, Rarities, RCs, etc...

Although net54 is undoubtedly 'just' a buying/selling venue, I hope there are still traders about.

Below are three different examples of a wide range of valuable cards that are available for trade.
(Please note: New additions will be added in separate posts if and when I acquire trips of them, and not back here in the OP.)

• I haven't put a specific dollar trade value on anything. We're all collectors, so we each have a grasp on what these guys are generally 'worth.'
• If you're interested in a card/cards, please let me know from the outset what types of stuff you have to trade.
• There is a list of things I am generally interested in posted below.
If you have any questions or are interested in talking, give me a shout!!

**Technical note: Some pics are amalgams, where I combined different scans from different times, especially if I had an additional card available (quads?) after one found a new home.**

**I need to hold onto at least one of the 'best' of each grouping for my PC.**



1968 Topps #280 Mickey Mantle
Officially, the last playing days 'Mick' card...
TRIPS01-1968Mantle280.jpg

1961 Topps #576 Roger Maris All Star
Sixty one in '61 high number...
TRIPS03-1961MarisAS576.jpg

1977 Burger King #23 Lou Piniella
Steinbrenner said, "Frickin' add Lou to the set!!!," and they complied, but way too late in the run...
TRIPS04-1977PiniellaBK23.jpg

1963 Fleer NNO Checklist
Short printed (and usually marked up by kids) makes this one a rarity...
TRIPS05-1963FleerChecklistNNO.jpg

1961 Topps #577 Hank Aaron All Star
'Hammerin' Hank' in his prime...
TRIPS06-1961AaronAS577.jpg

The 'MC' is a bothersome BS technicality. The entire back of the Aaron card is all there, but the tiniest sliver of black from the adjoining card appears at bottom. That's it. This scan is from before it was graded...
TRIPS06b-1961AaronAS577BACK.jpg

1968 Topps #45 Tom Seaver
Second-year 'Tom Terrific.' Check out what similar cards are going for on eBay...
TRIPS02-1968Seaver45.jpg

1964 Topps #331 A.L. Bombers
A wonderful sun-splashed moment at Yankee Stadium captured for eternity...
TRIPS07-1964ALBombers331.jpg

1972 Topps #255 Julius Erving ABA All Star
'Dr. J' getting it done against his future team on this rookie year card...
TRIPS09-1972ErvingAS255.jpg

1966 Topps #303 Indians Team 'No Dot' Variation
Wicked tough short-printed error...
TRIPS10-1966IndiansNODOT303b.jpg

1960 Topps #563 Mickey Mantle All Star
'The Mick' looking to book a long trip for an incoming pitch...
TRIPS11-1960MantleAS563.jpg

1967 Topps #128 Ed Spiezio 'Most of SPIE Missing' Variation
A career .238 hitter whose card is sought by everyone...
TRIPS12-1967SpiezioVAR128.jpg


I am particularly interested in these:
• HOF'ers in nice shape from the 50's through early 70's (preferably graded, but open to cards in their natural state)
• Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle, Sandy Koufax, Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams, Roberto Clemente, Babe Ruth and Nolan Ryan cards
• 1971 Topps Greatest Moments
• Tough to find errors and variations from the 50's through the early 70's
• 1964 Topps Stand-Ups (need virtually any in nice shape)
• 1961-67 Topps high numbers and SP's
• 1963 Fleer BB stars and HOF'ers in nice shape
• 1967 Laughlin World Series (with address on back) in high grade
• Major HOFer rookie cards
• 1954 Bowman BB stars and HOF'ers in nice shape
• 1954 Red Heart BB (need virtually any in nice shape)
• And who knows what else?
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Continued...


1973 Topps #280 Al Kaline 'Band Aid/Bandage' Variation
'Mr. Tiger' didn't let a head injury keep him from striking a pose for the Topps photog...
TRIPS13-1973KalineBandage280.jpg

1961 Topps #545 Hoyt Wilhelm
All hail the high numbered knuckler...
TRIPS14-1961Wilhelm545.jpg

1973 Topps #615 Mike Schmidt RC
Hot corner, hot card...
TRIPS15-1973Schmidt615.jpg

1961 Topps #578 Mickey Mantle All Star
Up, up and away the pricing of this tough '61 high number continues to go...
TRIPS16-1961MantleAS578.jpg

1972 Topps #754 Frank Robinson Traded
An awesome card from the ultra cool high number 'Traded' subset...
TRIPS17-1972RobinsonTraded754.jpg

1966 East Hills #21 Roberto Clemente
A delectable, blank-backed regional issue...
TRIPS18-1966EastHillsClemente21.jpg
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More deliciousness...


1965 Topps #134 WS Game #3 - Mantle's Clutch HR
The pitched ball sitting in the catcher's mitt 'identifies' as a long home run...
TRIPS19-1965MantlesClutchHR134.jpg

1972 Topps #434 Johnny Bench In Action
If a pitch can be used as a metaphor for centering, this card is ALWAYS found way off the plate...
TRIPS20-1972BenchIA434.jpg

1961 Topps #531 Jim Coates
A tough, tough 1961 high number, and a Yankee to boot...
TRIPS22-1961Coates531.jpg

1970 Topps #712 Nolan Ryan
Not only an early card of the 'Ryan Express,' but it also came out the year after the 'Miracle Mets' showed Baltimore who's boss, and it's a frickin' tough high number. A perfect cardboard storm...
TRIPS21-1970Ryan712.jpg

1966 Topps #50 Mickey Mantle
Getting primed to put the fear of God into right handed hurlers...
TRIPS25-1966Mantle50.jpg

1972 Topps #52 Harmon Killebrew In Action
An absolutely 'Killer' (get it?) card to find centered...
TRIPS24-1972KillebrewIA52.jpg
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Hump day bump day.

Added four additional sets of 'Trips' - Mantle, Bench, Ryan and Coates (for any chilly people out there). Scans are shown in the previous post.
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Is the Eddie Mathews/Mickey Mantle mis cut you have up for trade? If so let me know what you put for a dollar value on it.

Finding new trading partners can be hard in general. It is hard to find someone who doesn't want WAY more for their card than it is worth while at the same time offering little to nothing for the others card(s).
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Bump.
Found three more 'Trips,' including a pair of Mantles and a Killebrew. See post #3 for the scans and send me a PM if interested.
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Jolly...PM sent on the 67 Mantle/Matthews miscut card...thanks!
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After a long while, the hoarding ends not, so I have additional stuff available now. Previous scans have been updated to reflect things now 'gawn.'


1968 Topps #50 Willie Mays
Same Willie shot from 1965, but this time bathed in beautiful burlap...
TRIPS27-1968Mays50.jpg

1967 Topps #252 Bob Bolin 'White Streak' Variation
The folks at Topps acted a little like Tom Sawyer with the whitewashing...
TRIPS26-1967Bolinstreak252.jpg

1969 Topps #120 Pete Rose
A pricey card of the hit king honing his craft in the cage...
TRIPS28-1969Rose120.jpg

1970 Topps #300 Tom Seaver
The fourth straight portrait of 'Tom Terrific' by the unimaginative Topps art department...
TRIPS29-1970Seaver300.jpg

Here's a pic of the gum residue ('stain') on back of the PSA 8 ST...
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Scans updated for movement, with some cards being added/deleted based on whether or not I still had a trio of them.

And now coming in from the bullpen...

1973 Topps #174 Rich Gossage
When the heater is coming at your head, you better duck...duck...GOOSE!!!!!!...
TRIPS30-1973Gossage174.jpg
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And now walking the green carpet of AstroTurf in his MVP finery...

1973 Topps #130 Pete Rose
A Pete Rose by any other name would still hit as sweet...
TRIPS31-1973Rose130.jpg

As for perceived 'trade value,' the only similarly graded and centered card on eBay is listed for $750...so do with that what you will.
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We all know this is really only a buying/selling site, but I will continue to put up cards I have triples of for trade in case anyone out there has big cards to swap...


1967 Topps #150 Mickey Mantle
It's puzzling, the dislike of this card expressed by some people, as it's quite a joyous and engaging portrait of 'The Mick'...
1967Mantle150PSAall3.jpg

1962 Topps #5 Sandy Koufax
The 'Left Arm of God' working up a sweat and ready to take on all batters...
1962koufax5psaall3.jpg

1961 Topps #579 Willie Mays All Star
The 'Say Hey Kid' smiles, because he knows his is one of the most sought after high numbers from the great 1961 set...
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A couple of further additions...

1967 Topps #600 Brooks Robinson
Trying to get your glove on one of these monstrous Brooksie high numbers is no easy task...
TRIPS32-1967Robinson600a.jpg

1969 Topps #260 Reggie Jackson
And the crowd chants, "REG-GIE, REG-GIE, ROO-KIE, ROO-KIE"...
TRIPS33-1969Jackson260.jpg
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Restocked the shelves...

1972 Topps #695 Rod Carew
One of, if not THE, most sought after high numbers from this incredible set...
TRIPS36-1972carew695.jpg

1969 Topps #468 Pirates Rookies 'White Letter' Variation
The wickedly tough WL variations are all worth their weight in (white) gold...
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A pair (or is it considered a sextuplet?) of further additions...

1961 Topps #574 Luis Aparicio All Star
Doesn't matter if you pronounce it 'Loo-wee-ss,' 'Loo-wee,' or 'Lewis,' this is a tough HOFer high number you want to grab...
TRIPS40-1961AparicioAS574.jpg

1972 Topps #696 Rod Carew In Action
The much sought after high number counterpart to his 'regular' card...
TRIPS38-1972carewIA696.jpg
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And now staring you down from 60 feet 6 inches away (but maybe a tad bit closer, since that measurement is to the rear point of the plate)...

1961 Topps #344 Sandy Koufax
It was never a day at the beach when you had to face Sandy (see what I did there?)...
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How much for the 1968 Mantle PSA 8 (OC)??
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Chestnuts roasting on an open BUMP...
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Just recently got back into trading again, so let's give this thread a good ole bump-aroo!!
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Got a trifecta of this card now...

1963 Topps #200 Mickey Mantle
'The Mick,' a living God in the Yankee Stadium cathedral...
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Since insanity is said to be doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, I gotta think that turbo-insanity must be bumping the same thread over and over again and expecting different results...but here goes anyway!!!

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If you have a thirst for trading big, then "This Bump's For You!!!"
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