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Old 02-02-2015, 11:21 AM
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Just landed my first Pete Rose rookie card. Pretty happy with this one. Not the best image because I do not have it yet to scan.
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Old 02-02-2015, 11:55 AM
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Just got this awesome 62 Willie Mays with a green tint. I am guessing it is a Super SSP.
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Damn JB, where do you find these centered cards?! Another awesome pickup. I need to step my game up.
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Damn JB, where do you find these centered cards?! Another awesome pickup. I need to step my game up.
Found it newly listed on Ebay and immediately made an offer after two declines I finally made the deal.
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Just got this awesome 62 Willie Mays with a green tint. I am guessing it is a Super SSP.
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A few 75 Topps upgrades and 1 Red Man card bought off eBay. Cards have not arrived yet but I'll post pics any way.

I've been looking hard for a well centered 75 Topps Mike Schmidt. This one has a small mark on the bottom left corner but it was priced right. I nearly gave 3X as much for 1 just like it but without the small mark.

The 1952 Red Man is miss-labeled as a 1954.
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Just picked up these two this week.................
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Woh!! Great cards Phil!!!
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Thanks, Rob.

Cool Rice auto rookie as well.
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Just picked up these two this week.................
Phil those are two very nice scores for the month. Absolutely love that Campy. What are the plans for your next purchase?
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Knocked a handful more off the 58 set.



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Really nice cards, guys!

Russ, I need to get some more of those '75s. Even if I'm not doing much right now, a couple graded '75 stars will scratch that itch I have for a little while longer. So close now to my goal.
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Really nice cards, guys!

Russ, I need to get some more of those '75s. Even if I'm not doing much right now, a couple graded '75 stars will scratch that itch I have for a little while longer. So close now to my goal.
That's what its all about.........you got-a scratch the itch and the 75's are an easy way to do it while letting you save up for a bigger goal.
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Amazing that Red WIlson could sign given that he had no right forearm!
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Here is my latest mail day from SGC. I love the display of the 56's with the black borders. Getting another shipment together as we speak.
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This is a weird little lot I picked up on ebay. 1950 Callahan. Bought these on a whim for $150. What surprised me was that the Chandler card was included, which seems to be one of the key cards of the set. Don't know if I got screwed or not, but I actually like these little cards, even though no one else seems to!
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just back from the graders.
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Nice cards so far everyone! Here's a few oddball cards I picked up so far this month
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A couple of the tougher green tints to get…
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This is not exactly a February pickup, but it did just come back graded nicely from PSA.

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Nettles is one of the guys that just doesn't get talked about enough... surprising for a Yankee..
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I am really pumped over this one. The centering and the absence of damage on the red corner really please my eye. Have two now but no problem hoarding centered Micks!

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A nice '63 Fleer and '71 Topps semi-high # just in.

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This was the last card I needed to have every basic Topps issue of HoF'ers with rookie cards from 1952 forward.


Considering the scarcity vs Topps, this card is a bargain.


An upgrade of the first card I bought when jumping back into collecting in 2011.
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this one arrived friday.

By far the most I've spent on one card. As I wrote in another thread, I'm still trying to come to grips with that, but I'm very happy to have it! This is the jpeg from the listing. The card in hand is just as bright and colorful as the scan shows.
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Nice one Tony. I was eyeballing that one. I'm finding it hard to put aside money for that card when there is so much other stuff I want.
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this one arrived friday.

By far the most I've spent on one card. As I wrote in another thread, I'm still trying to come to grips with that, but I'm very happy to have it! This is the jpeg from the listing. The card in hand is just as bright and colorful as the scan shows.
Congratulations!! Wow!! So many of us can only dream of such an addition!
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Matt, that 53 Topps Mantle is really sharp looking. Hard to find a copy like that dead centered!

Tony congrats on the 52 Mantle! That card seems to be growing in value day by day. Love the color on it!
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Beautiful card Tony! Congrats on checking that one off the list. You don't get much nicer in a 1.
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Tony-- outstanding card. Must feel great to admire it. I have that image on my laptop desktop, my desk, my phone, even my coffee table. Top of its grade as well. The central image and near even borders hit the eye so well. Congrats!
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Beautiful Mantle Tony, now that's a "poor" example worth spending a little extra cabbage on

When it comes to the 52 Mantle the cleanliness of the image itself is most important. Too many faded and washed out fronts on the market out there. Nice get my friend.
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Thanks Everyone!

I was slightly hesitant to pull the trigger, but felt like I was getting a fair price (in the current market anyway).

All of your good words help me justify.....


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Nettles is one of the guys that just doesn't get talked about enough... surprising for a Yankee..
Agree on Nettles. He is another guys who's hopes of Cooperstown were shattered by people buying into the steroid era. If only that career BA were .260 rather than .248...........

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Steve Garvey RC.
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Agree on Nettles. He is another guys who's hopes of Cooperstown were shattered by people buying into the HR era. If only that career BA were .260 rather than .248...........
Anything Nettles did with the bat (like lead the league in HRs) was pure bonus. Like Ozzie Smith and Brooks Robinson, the glove was enough. Quite a talent to turn doubles into outs.
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Anything Nettles did with the bat (like lead the league in HRs) was pure bonus. Like Ozzie Smith and Brooks Robinson, the glove was enough. Quite a talent to turn doubles into outs.
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Steve Garvey RC.
Just like Nettles, another guy who didn't make the Hall (yet) but was a mainstay on all-star teams and in the post-season. Your card is terrific. There is so little discoloration of the border that it practically disappears into the holder.

And also the hardest third of the answer to the trivia question: Which three Los Angeles Dodger personalities played a sport other than baseball for Michigan State?
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Just like Nettles, another guy who didn't make the Hall (yet) but was a mainstay on all-star teams and in the post-season.
10 Allstars
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1 MVP
1 runner up to MVP
1 NLCS MVP
Played 7 seasons in a row without missing a game.
4 NL Pennants
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Before the steroid era this was the resume of a HOF player.

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And it's even better than that for Mr. Clean. His 1984 WS vs Detroit gave him a second NLCS MVP and a fifth NL pennant.
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Not perfectly centered, but pretty darn good for this tough '72…

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Thanks Steve. It's one of those cards that should be in everyone's collection. The picture is amazing and while the card may be overrated (not in my opinion); is there a better action shot out there???
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