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Old 09-19-2017, 02:30 PM
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I think vintage is a relative term on this one.
In this case 'Vintage' is to be considered the Age of Vint, which we all know just ended last month.

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Old 09-19-2017, 08:28 PM
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Wasn't this listed for $50 obo initially? Now it's at $150.00 obo....
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Lol, Maybe it was all the page views it got from this post.

But, hey 50 bucks was basically giving it away. I don't know how it wasn't snatched up sooner?
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I like this one better from the same seller. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Ty-C....c100752.m1982
LMAO....that might be the absolute worst card holder I have ever seen. Is there any chance at all that your card wouldn't be damaged?

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States that it's a modern reproduction in the cigar box listing.

And then turns around and calls his PVC container "pre-WWII." Burdick used a ton of PVC containers, as well as those cool "Rookie Card" top loaders.
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States that it's a modern reproduction in the cigar box listing.

And then turns around and calls his PVC container "pre-WWII." Burdick used a ton of PVC containers, as well as those cool "Rookie Card" top loaders.
I am not sure our Grandfathers in card collecting had progressed to understanding the material in the holders could cause damage generations later. I get a chuckle out of some really, really yellow and brittle PVC type holders still in use. I see them frequently. As for the seller in the original post, he is a maroon...
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