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Old 06-12-2017, 08:49 AM
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If you are binder guy and were putting that set in a bunch of them and get almost done and realize you skipped one and need to start over you might need medication
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If you are binder guy and were putting that set in a bunch of them and get almost done and realize you skipped one and need to start over you might need medication
Always know your 9s multiplication tables by heart and double check every couple pages
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Old 06-13-2017, 10:21 AM
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The 1975-76 Japanese Calbee baseball card set has 1364+ cards including several subsets (All-Star game 1-36 and 861-932). This set is a MONSTER with so many different cards of the same player. Lots of really cool photography. A great link is here:
http://japanesebaseballcards.blogspo...-and-1976.html
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Old 06-13-2017, 12:21 PM
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The 98 Topps Tek set had 8100 each cards in a master.

90 cards with 90 patterns each.

I think I have only seen a small handful of people that have assembled just the 90 needed for their player collection. That set is a bear.
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Thanks guys, I didn't realize there were so many large sets out there, especially in the numbers I am seeing!
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