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Old 04-23-2023, 02:17 PM
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Default Casey At The Bat Card

No idea where I got this. Copyright 1980 Green Mountain Press. I am starting to cleanse stuff I don't want. It sats 1 of 27. Were there 27? Value on this one? Thanks.Casey at The Bat Card.jpg
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I have seen a couple over the decades. Truly obscure set of Folk Heroes from fiction. The set was 27 cards, not that there was only 27 made. I saw a single set eons ago at show, vaguely remember perhaps a Paul Bunyan card.

Years ago a blogger I followed was creating a set of the weirdest castoff cards he could find in dollar boxes and had this card in there. As for value, not to be rude but I would say he well overpaid at that.
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Thanks. I saw the same (old) blag last week. I'll put in my binder of odd ball junk.
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