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Old 11-03-2016, 03:20 PM
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Just arrived in the mail yesterday. From his last AL MVP season.

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Old 11-04-2016, 05:45 PM
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Picked up a 12 card lot of '64 Venezuelans
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Jim, love that lot of Venies, especially the HOFers!
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Jim, love that lot of Venies, especially the HOFers!
Thanks, me too. I love when I can pick up a bunch at one time too.
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Thanks, me too. I love when I can pick up a bunch at one time too.
I started my Venz collection with a lot of 33 beaters on eBay. Wish I could stumble on another deal like that.
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Down to 9 for my 1961 Topps set...not as clean as a Mantle as I would have liked, but early in the auction I put $45 on it and got it for $41. For the $$ a good deal and will look good in the binder...






Got this high # same auction...


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I put a placeholder bid on this at Heritage yesterday and then decided not to go after it. Much to my surprise, no one else bid after me, so I guess I went after it!

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A couple of odds and ends I picked up at the Greater Boston Sportscard Show yesterday.
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Nice cards guys.

Love that Droppo, Ray!
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Live auction purchase.
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Old 11-07-2016, 07:23 PM
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Old 11-07-2016, 08:28 PM
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I put a placeholder bid on this at Heritage yesterday and then decided not to go after it. Much to my surprise, no one else bid after me, so I guess I went after it!

This is a killer card...nice.
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Great addition to my growing wrapper collection from Saco River. VERY pleased with the price and with the great service.

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Tom,

Since the wrapper says " card " instead of " cards ", does this mean that for 1 cent, you got 1 card?
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my understanding is that you got 1 card for 1 cent and like 6 for 5 cents.
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Old 11-09-2016, 06:41 PM
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2 recent pick ups.

Found Ken Holcombe, which had a very small E-Bay picture, but the price was very cheap so I took a chance. Glad I did as the card, other than being OC, is in really nice shape!

And, really happy to say I now own a Bob Feller card!
I had tried and tried to obtain a Spahn, Ashburn and Feller (in my price/condition range) but all 3 were eluding me.

Found my Spahn and Ashburn for great prices, especially since they were already slabbed, then happened upon this Feller, and seen that it was actually on sale!
I didn't hesitate to purchase it and found out, since I thought I recognized the name, it belonged to Smanzari, who is a member on here!

Thanks again, Stefan!

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...Just received the solo portrait card of Mickey...difficult to find centered , as is every other damn Topps from the fifties...

..starting to like this set but there's too many to attempt a "complete"...

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Nice 52s Irv ! Love the 59s Mike the trills subset is probably my favorite vintage subset.
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Irv-- since you are into 52 variants some 52 collectors and variant lists include the Feller as having two versions, one with the slats highly visible, and one with them gone or virtually missing
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Nice wrappers, Al. Is one much rarer than the other? I can only recall getting my grubby little mitts on the nickel variety back in the day. If only one could have known then to carefully fold and store them, instead of wadding them up and tossing them at your bud's goofy face.
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I've been looking for a nicely centered one for ages:

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Steve-- the top one is rarer if only because it is an unopened pack . I have at least one with each set
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...Just received the solo portrait card of Mickey...difficult to find centered , as is every other damn Topps from the fifties...

..starting to like this set but there's too many to attempt a "complete"...

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Just received my Aaron clubs a WS homer card today. I just recently seen this card, (within the last 2 weeks) and once I did, I had to have one!

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Thanks Al.

I have heard/read about the Feller variants but never really looked into them before.
I assume one isn't more rare/worth more than the other, or is that maybe the reason why I was getting waaay outbid on some of his cards?

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Picked this up raw a couple of months ago for a hell of a deal at a local card show. Just received back from PSA, I'm very Happy with the grade :-)
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Nice 52s Irv ! Love the 59s Mike the trills subset is probably my favorite vintage subset.
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Steve-- the top one is rarer if only because it is an unopened pack . I have at least one with each set
I suppose that includes a '52 unopened pack?

Al, I know you and a handful of others here on the board have amazing collections!!!
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Johnny, awesome Yogi !
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Here's a tough 1968 Red Barn Memphis Blues card of Mike Jorgensen.
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I will upgrade this card sometime...but was impulsive on this buy.

My 1952 Topps set is now complete including all high #'s, most variations and 11 mid-series gray backs. Quite happy to be complete with the entire set. Now on to a Master Set....

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Thanks Dan :-) I really like that Yogi card !!
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Mike---Congratulations on a tough accomplishment
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Good looking 2 on that Jackie and a sweet looking 1 on The Man.
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Lou-- the 52 pack although expensive is fairly easy to find. The 53 and 54 are tougher. The toughest Topps unopened packs are 56 and 58


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My 1952 Topps set is now complete including all high #'s, most variations and 11 mid-series gray backs. Quite happy to be complete with the entire set. Now on to a Master Set....

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As you should be!!

Congrats!

Unfortunately, for me, it is highly unlikely I'll ever finish my set due to the amount of cards I need and the associated cost.

Also, I have likely purchased my last card for a while due to the CDN dollar being in the tank!
I won just one card the other night, a $8.49 win but getting that card here to my door is going to cost me $32.00 dollars and change!

I will still continue to look for deals, but having recently picked up some 52's that I have wanted for a while now, I think it's time to take a break for a bit, unfortunately.
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As you should be!!

Congrats!

Unfortunately, for me, it is highly unlikely I'll ever finish my set due to the amount of cards I need and the associated cost.

Also, I have likely purchased my last card for a while due to the CDN dollar being in the tank!
I won just one card the other night, a $8.49 win but getting that card here to my door is going to cost me $32.00 dollars and change!

I will still continue to look for deals, but having recently picked up some 52's that I have wanted for a while now, I think it's time to take a break for a bit, unfortunately.

...why so much for a ten-dollar card ?....Is it because of E-Bay and Paypal ? Can we help you here on the BST section of 54 at more reasonable costs. many of us '52 fans would be glad to help a fellow collector....is your wantlist of '52's visible anywhere ?

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...why so much for a ten-dollar card ?....Is it because of E-Bay and Paypal ? Can we help you here on the BST section of 54 at more reasonable costs. many of us '52 fans would be glad to help a fellow collector....is your wantlist of '52's visible anywhere ?

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Thanks, Mike.

Currently the CDN dollar is below .74c but the exchange rate is even less than than that ($1.3475) so a $8.49 dollar card plus $15.00 U.S. shipping totalling $23.49 turns into $32.66 CDN pretty quickly!

Knowing and accepting that shipping was $15.00 dollars, I was really hoping to win more cards the other night to help offset that, but it just didn't happen. When I won the one card and was in the process of paying, I seen what I was about to pay and said to myself, this is getting out of hand!

At the time, I was unaware the CDN dollar had slipped even further the last couple days, (my fault, of course) so I was pretty shocked when I seen the total.

I appreciate your offer very much, but I really think, (unless you or others are willing to accept CDN dollars ) that I wait until things improve up here before I purchase anymore cards.

Like I mentioned, I will still be looking/watching for deals but those are far and few between considering 99% of deals/purchases and shipping are in U.S. dollars, sadly.

Thanks again, I appreciate it!

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I understand ; but could you post a wantlist over in the post-war BST , just in case .....I've seen your '52 collection and the conditions are amazing ; good hunting.

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One of my favorites of a wild LHP:

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I understand ; but could you post a wantlist over in the post-war BST , just in case .....I've seen your '52 collection and the conditions are amazing ; good hunting.

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Thanks, Mike.

I need over 200 cards so my list will be very big, but I'll get working on a list of the cards I desire the most.

Off the top of my head, aside from the high numbers I need, I can think of Billy Martin, Yogi Berra, Duke Snider, Andy Pafko, Phil Rizzuto, Al Rosen, Monty Basgall, Johnny Pesky, Luke Easter, Gil Hodges, Pete Reiser, Joe Page, Johnny Sain, Robin Roberts, Preacher Roe and Eddie Stanky, but that is just touching on it.

I have a busy day ahead of me today and tomorrow but I will try and get a more thorough list together.

Again, I appreciate your compliments and help.

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This came in yesterday .... considering a Postwar MVP set build

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Neal,

That's an amazing Berra for a 5 grade!
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