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Old 09-16-2018, 11:40 AM
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Sean, in bumping the PSA Broadleaf pop report thread, gives some of us an opportunity to re-read the “new” information contained within.
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I've forgotten more about vintage cards than I ever learned in the first place.

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Every time I read some old hobby publications (which is often) I remember how much I forgot.
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Hmmm... This could be an interesting thread, but I can't find my glasses to read it!
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I've forgotten so much, my knowledge is negative.
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I used to be able to identify every player on every 1949 Bowman card, and every player on a T206, by the picture only. Can't do that any more.
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That PSA used to list the players alphabetically by first name
instead of last name in their T206 pop reports.

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Which of the George Brownes in the T206 set - Chicago or Washington - is considered harder to find (even if, as I recall - and am sure I forgot whether, it may not be true.)
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I forgot that I use to pay .25 cents for a T206 common back in the late 60’s, early 70’s from my favorite Bklyn Coin Store.
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Where I put them, >sigh<
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I remember when my Frank Thomas cards were worth something.
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I forgot to get a 1952 Topps Mantle when it was 'reasonably priced'.
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I misremember.
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If I knew what I forgot, I wouldn't have forgotten it!


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I remember when my Frank Thomas cards were worth something.
This post is incorrect in so many ways.

1. A card you remember is not a card you forgot by definition. This is the forgot thread, not the remember thread.

2. The Frank Thomas you are referring to is “not” vintage, at least not on Net54.

3. Furthermore, I don’t recall the 1956 Topps Frank Thomas card, which is marginally vintage, every being worth something more than a fin.

This thread mandates that no reference to specifically what you have forgotten can be included in your post. Violators will be publicly humiliated.

If you forget to post, no problem, you will not be missed, but possibly forgotten.
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The big hurt was vintage for me. I didn't see the first world series like some of you old timers

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What was the question?
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What was it I was supposed to forget?
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I forget, what exactly is a vintage card ?
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I forgot how my 1958 through 1961 cards sounded when I put them in my bicycle spokes when I was a kid. I may have to try it again.

I am trying to forget about the 1958 Mantles and Aarons that were ruined.

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