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Old 04-02-2021, 10:56 PM
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Diana Taurasi's first card, as a freshman.
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A few more hoopsters, the Moncrief is his first solo card.
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Nice Kobe run, Herb.

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Nice Kobe run, Herb.

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Believe it or not, all those cards were given as a bonus for a recent sale I made.
I see you’re using a different grading service. Do you think they’ll break the monopoly? They seem to be doing a good job.
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Nice Kobe lot, garage sale find? Here's my latest...
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Someone cleaning out their house. They were selling a whole box of cards. I didn’t even know what all was in there.

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Believe it or not, all those cards were given as a bonus for a recent sale I made.
I see you’re using a different grading service. Do you think they’ll break the monopoly? They seem to be doing a good job.
I hope so. The way I figure it is that the parent company is the main rival to CU so odds are they are here to stay. The product itself is very well done and the service was as promised. Whether they will sell for similar prices is the question.

ETA: FWIW I sold a boxing card for a comparable price to PSA and Beckett so that's good.
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Don Bradman. You know, for all the cricket fans....

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Old 04-14-2021, 02:57 PM
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Picked up this Jabbar. I always liked the image on this one:

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Don Bradman. You know, for all the cricket fans....

*crickets*
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Default PSA delivers (finally)!

8-month PSA wait came to an end today, with a group heavy on vintage Basketball. Only 10 more submissions pending, haha.
Probably still have 9-10x more vintage basketball outstanding, but was great to get some cards in hand!

Pretty pleased with the grades, which were right at predicted in most cases.
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I'm mostly a baseball guy, but as someone who grew up in Chicagoland in the 80s-90s this has always been high on my want list. Saw this posted in the BST and jumped! Thanks PiecesOfTheGame for the easy deal on a big-time (at least for me) card.

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Great Jordan! Here's a couple more I picked up, a 'Zo RC and the cheapest '73 Jabar I could find LOL!
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That Western Semis card has Jabbar, Barry, Thurmond and Dandridge. Basically 4/5 of an all star team w/3 HOFers.

I added this one:

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Nice card Adam! Yeah, that '73 Semis card has great star power for a fraction of the cost for those players individually in PSA 8. Paid $40 for that one!
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Here's a tough 'Zo card, pop 9 in PSA 10!
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These sweet '87 Fleer cards were in the mailbox today!
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I remember pulling this card from a pack in '93!
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Cool LeBron, never seen that flashy one before! Here's a Sikma RC featuring that wonderful bowl cut!
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That Jerry Lucas is a cool card. And I always get a good laugh at Sikma's haircut!
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That Jerry Lucas is a cool card. And I always get a good laugh at Sikma's haircut!
At least Sikma's RC card hair is cut better than this!
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Him and Mark Davis have the same barber.
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A few hall of famers that just got back to me from PSA...
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it's nice to see some hockey cards. it's a dying sport in the states but at least the fanbase is loyal. i'm not sure if translates to collecting tho. i've been a fan since the early 90's so that's the only reason why i collect.
Hockey cards are undervalued i have a ton of them,,next big trend
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Always wanted to start buying nice 90s inserts. Probably a little late but here is my first Jordan pick up.
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That's a big card Jim! Here's one of my favourite Penny Hardaway cards...
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Busy month, here's some more hall of famers that were delivered yesterday...
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Damn, I love those 1975s. I was ten, and totally into NY sports teams (Yankees, Knicks, Nets, Rangers), Star Trek and cards and not much else, and the Topps basketball set that year and Dr. J were obsessions. Ripped a lot of packs from the corner candy store. Simpler times.
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Thanks Adam! Those 1975 Topps cards are real tough to find centered.
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Thanks Adam! Those 1975 Topps cards are real tough to find centered.
Yeah, like the infamous Wilkes card. Even the backs are OC. I had a perfect Marvin Barnes that was a 9 OC because of the back. Not that it matters to me. I collect 'em like I found 'em from the packs. Clean and crisp but OC is just fine with me.
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Here's a couple of tough insert cards of the Worm!
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Been submitting some great vintage cards for a local Dealer friend who hung it up about 20 years ago, and has just been sitting on his stock.
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Those are superb.

As are the 1972s. I just love that set: so bright, so vibrant looking.
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From a 2012 UK issue. I had one that I sold before the run-up and was able to find one at a reasonable price to replace it.
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Once some '88 Fleer basketball stuff gets here tomorrow, my set run of the '80s hoops issues will be complete ('80-'81 and '81-82 T, '86-'89 Fleer. No Star.) Except for a few '89 Fleer commons and stickers.

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Been submitting some great vintage cards for a local Dealer friend who hung it up about 20 years ago, and has just been sitting on his stock.
He's been good enough to allow me to buy from him as things have come back.

Very pleased to add these sharp Celtics rookies from his latest batch today.
Those are stunning!
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Great stuff guys! I just got these today from a local estate sale. Picked up 51 of the 66 card set.
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I haven't picked up a basketball card in over 30 years...this may be the start of the rabbit hole. Chet "the jet" Walker in a PSA 5 (displays really really well).
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Those are nice, Bill. Did they know what they were selling or was it a score?
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Those are nice, Bill. Did they know what they were selling or was it a score?
Thanks Adam. There was one other guy bidding on them, so I didn't "score", but I feel I got them for a pretty good price. Of course grades make the difference when it comes time to sell. A few more pics.

With PSA off the scene, I'm debating on which TPG to send them to.
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That's a beautiful run of cards regardless of what a TPG says.

Meanwhile, back on earth:



1958-59 pocket schedule with Laker and longtime Dodgers exec Tommy Hawkins.
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Nice! One of these days I gotta get a Dr. J signature.
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For some reason these were tough to find.
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Added these two raw cards from 71-72.
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