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Old 08-26-2021, 01:45 PM
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Hi Everybody,

I've been on here about a year and really enjoying it, just wanted to introduce myself and start participating a bit more. I'm a huge Mets fan from Brooklyn living in the Boston area for work. Was a very intense collector as a kid in the 1990s (when I was 8 years old, I decided to try to get one card of every post-war HOFer -no Yankees! - which meant a lot of going to shows to negotiate for a 1975 Frank Robinson ), stopped after graduating high school, and got back in over the last year and a half due to the pandemic and just being in a different place in life. Started the 1933 Goudey set with my dad about 25 years ago, and we now have 128 of them. Doing the T205 set for myself because I just think they are the most beautiful cards, which is why I am trying to do it slowly and collect the highest grade ones I can afford. Anyway, just wanted to say hi and look forward to learning from everyone.

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Hi Everybody,

I've been on here about a year and really enjoying it, just wanted to introduce myself and start participating a bit more. I'm a huge Mets fan from Brooklyn living in the Boston area for work. Was a very intense collector as a kid in the 1990s (when I was 8 years old, I decided to try to get one card of every post-war HOFer -no Yankees! - which meant a lot of going to shows to negotiate for a 1975 Frank Robinson ), stopped after graduating high school, and got back in over the last year and a half due to the pandemic and just being in a different place in life. Started the 1933 Goudey set with my dad about 25 years ago, and we now have 128 of them. Doing the T205 set for myself because I just think they are the most beautiful cards, which is why I am trying to do it slowly and collect the highest grade ones I can afford. Anyway, just wanted to say hi and look forward to learning from everyone.

Jeremy
Welcome, Jeremy. Those are some great sets you are collecting. They have 2 of my 3 favorite cards in the hobby (I can afford) in them.
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Welcome. Great choices that you are collecting!
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T205 set is a great set to work on many great players, great eye appeal and even different backs if you want to really go crazy
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Enjoy your cards. Savor their beauty. Take them out every once in a while and peruse them. Be a savvy collector. Do your homework before buying. And have fun!
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Welcome, Jeremy. Letís go Mets.
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Welcome, Jeremy. Those are some great sets you are collecting. They have 2 of my 3 favorite cards in the hobby (I can afford) in them.
Which are your 3 favorite cards?
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Welcome, Jeremy. Letís go Mets.
It's a rough year. Honestly, I have basically been on strike since the Baez trade...
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It's a rough year. Honestly, I have basically been on strike since the Baez trade...
I've been on strike since the Yelich trade. I hope your strike doesn't last as long as mine
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