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Old 02-12-2015, 08:19 PM
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Totally agree. I would like to get into the pre-war and post 50's for sure.. maybe one day when i've finally caught up on the 70's.
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Old 02-16-2015, 10:41 PM
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picked this up.. It's not a card but a signed print from Ike Rodriguez.. maybe one day i'll be able to hang it somewhere when i've got my cave.
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Old 02-17-2015, 01:18 PM
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I am continuously amazed at the prices on vintage football HOFers. It is not unusual at all to be able to pick up guys like Marchetti, Berry, Perry, Tunnell, Lane, Lary, and dozens more for common prices or very close to it. For example, this weekend I picked up a 1957 Marchetti in Vg-ex for $1.36. I got a 1963 Marchetti for 99 cents. I snagged a 1966 Keith Lincoln in Vg-Ex/Ex for 6 cents plus 25 cents shipping. I can remember hearing how football cards were underpriced in the 1980's. Well, as I am closing in on completing my sets for the 50's and 60's, I want the good times to keep rolling.
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Talk about Matchbooks lately has made me go after some.
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I am continuously amazed at the prices on vintage football HOFers. It is not unusual at all to be able to pick up guys like Marchetti, Berry, Perry, Tunnell, Lane, Lary, and dozens more for common prices or very close to it. For example, this weekend I picked up a 1957 Marchetti in Vg-ex for $1.36. I got a 1963 Marchetti for 99 cents. I snagged a 1966 Keith Lincoln in Vg-Ex/Ex for 6 cents plus 25 cents shipping. I can remember hearing how football cards were underpriced in the 1980's. Well, as I am closing in on completing my sets for the 50's and 60's, I want the good times to keep rolling.
I hear you, Sam! It amazes me how reasonably priced most 50s and 60s football is compared to baseball. High grade HOF RC are the exception due to the "registry people". I believe football is still significantly undervalued and has a lot of upside.

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Old 03-05-2015, 06:52 PM
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Default Tittle and Graham RCs

I love the 1950 Bowman's, whether it's football or baseball, the pictures are perfect. I would eventually like to pickup more, but for now these will do.

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Old 03-09-2015, 04:50 PM
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Nice cards Jason, I agree on the '50 Bowman's. It's my football set. Here's a couple of recent additions with a 50 Bowman Tittle and an Exhibit Baugh.


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Old 03-10-2015, 06:26 AM
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Four more for the set - now at 58/100 (not counting the Tinsley or White errors) with Luckman incoming.

Mel Hein Front.jpg

Gaynell Tinsley Front.jpg

Joe Donchess front.jpg

Chub Peabody Front.jpg
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Old 03-10-2015, 08:06 AM
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Nice AA cards! I have the Hein and the Hutson and when I bought the Hutson, it was labeled as a "short print". Anyone know the story behind that? Something with the sheet layout?
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