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Old 04-13-2019, 09:05 PM
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Default Growing up with Topps...

Just adding a humorous, for the heck of it thread...

Check out my bucket(s). Virtually everything is available for trade:

I was such a dangerous hitter I even got intentional walks during batting practice.
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Old 04-13-2019, 10:44 PM
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Too funny...

I gotta admit though...when I was a kid (B 1970), I didn't care much about off center, diamond cut, fact when I would pull a card from a pack that showed another card I thought it was pretty cool! Or even if it showed a partial I was determined to find out what the other card was.

I did however got annoyed when there was a gum stain. I don't know why, but it bothered me. A buddies older brother taught me the nylon trick and I would seek out cards to scratch away...

And hey, if every card was PERFECT, you'd be robbed of finding that perfect 1972 Hank Aaron IA card that seems to be 1 in a 100!
John Otto

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1969 Topps 661/664 (Set #3)
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1955 Topps 205/210
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Alfonso Bedoya should have won an Academy Award for stealing that flick from Bogart.
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