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Old 03-22-2017, 01:56 PM
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T205's are cheap and look great. Plus no real counterfeit worries thanks to the borders.
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If 1948 Bowman qualifies as vintage I think it's a great starter set. It can be easily completed and an entire set in say psa 5 can had within your price range and there are many notable rookies. Knock it off the list then move onto something more challenging if you have the bug.

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Old 03-22-2017, 04:16 PM
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How good these suggestions depends a lot on how limited your budget is. Delongs, for example, are wonderful cards, but price that Gehrig before you dive into it. An actual budget range would probably elicit more helpful suggestions.
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Old 03-22-2017, 05:42 PM
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How good these suggestions depends a lot on how limited your budget is. Delongs, for example, are wonderful cards, but price that Gehrig before you dive into it. An actual budget range would probably elicit more helpful suggestions.
I mentioned it in a thread earlier, but I was thinking a set that I could reasonably attempt for $2-$5K (although the number would depend on how slowly I build it).

While a few of the posts were sets I could not really consider, all of them have taught me about the different options and highlighting some of the strongest elements and weakest elements of different sets.

Right now the set I'm leaning towards most is probably the 1921 Exhibits which would likely stretch the budget in all but the worst condition, but hits on some of the other points nicely and is really beautiful IMO.
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