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Old 03-01-2019, 10:29 AM
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Didn't see one yet, so I decided to kick it off with this 1955 Spic And Span Hammer.
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Great card Todd! I hadn't seen the die-cuts before.
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I took a gamble on this card late last week from an eBay seller who appeared to do more business in antiques and toys than cards - it helped that they accepted my offer which was $55 lower than the BIN with no negotiating. Sometimes you gamble and win, because this thing arrived today and is way nicer than I was expecting. Dare I even say “minty”...




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Default 1952 Topps Eddie Mathews

Just got one of my dream cards in the mail today. Now if I could get that BLEEPING SGC submission form to work I could send it off to get protected in their lovely slab.
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One of my favorite post-WWII cards:

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Not my standard HOF-only collection but I have always wanted this card. I like that it commemorates his main contribution to the sport. Its all there in the eyes.

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Not my standard HOF-only collection but I have always wanted this card. I like that it commemorates his main contribution to the sport. Its all there in the eyes.

"As a ballplayer, I would be delighted to do it again. As an individual, I doubt if I could possibly go through it again."
Nice card. Mine has corners like that but isn't centered as well.
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Just got one of my dream cards in the mail today. Now if I could get that BLEEPING SGC submission form to work I could send it off to get protected in their lovely slab.
Very nice Mathews! I recently sold a PSA 2 I had (to help pay for the Mantles I bought LOL) and I've been missing that card ever since. What a player he was. I'm hoping to pick up an even nicer PSA 3 or 4 in the future!

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Not my standard HOF-only collection but I have always wanted this card. I like that it commemorates his main contribution to the sport. Its all there in the eyes.



"As a ballplayer, I would be delighted to do it again. As an individual, I doubt if I could possibly go through it again."
Very nice Maris! Congrats

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