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Old 02-27-2018, 06:27 PM
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Just picked up another Spotted Tie. Arguably, the toughest one.



Unlike many of us, Mr. Behel looks better in person . . .

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Old 02-27-2018, 06:58 PM
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That is one scarce card-Congratulations Bruce!
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Bruce—Fabulous acquisition, and congratulations. I wish I had one Spotted Tie!!

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that is great. Kudos!
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Congrats Bruce! Behel is a beauty in any condition. How many left to complete the 16 card subset?

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Congrats Bruce. Behel is a toughie.
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Boy, I wish I had a Spotted Tie! At least I have a Browns’ Champion and a Gypsy Queen in my OJ collection.
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Just picked up another Spotted Tie. Arguably, the toughest one. Unlike many of us, Mr. Behel looks better in person . . .
As if I wasn't already depressed enough about not having picked up anything significant lately...

Awesome pickup, Bruce! Congrats!
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Joe, I now have nine.

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Great pick up Bruce. Haven't seen you post in awhile. Hope all is well.
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Just picked up another Spotted Tie. Arguably, the toughest one.



Unlike many of us, Mr. Behel looks better in person . . .
Nice Bruce. I have only seen around a handful of those, or less, ever trade. Congrats.
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Spotted Ties are always good and enjoy seeing them!

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