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Old 07-17-2016, 10:08 PM
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Default Inspire me, boys! Show me your '54 Wilson Franks

I saw Jerry's '54 Splendid Splinter in the regional sets discussion, and it piqued a desire to see some more cards that you guys own. I have none (yet), but oh yes, that card will be mine! In fact, this is a set I'd very much like to work on. It would be quite costly, understandably (even a low grade example of Williams easily commands a few thousand bucks), but at only twenty cards in the set, I think it's doable over time. Maybe built a low condition set, and then upgrade as I go.

I found this nifty picture of an uncut sheet, which represents the entire set. This is absolutely drool-worthy, and should inspire the presentation of some real beauties.


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Old 07-17-2016, 10:16 PM
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This issue is just the best -- the colors, player selection, and an improbable pack of wieners on the front. Simply Awesome.

I'll show you mine if you show me yours...
cards! just the cards!!

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Old 07-17-2016, 10:19 PM
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Sweet Feller, Jason!!!
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Very nice Bob. Were the cards actually packed with the dogs ? Were they separated in some way ?

My only football set is a set of 1960 Mayrose Bacon St Louis Football Cardinals. The cards are some kind of laminated product that were packed right with the bacon. I swear on some days you can still almost smell the bacon on those cards
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Very nice Bob. Were the cards actually packed with the dogs ? Were they separated in some way ?
I don't think they were, since I've not seen hot dog stains on any of the cards like you see with the Kahn's cards.
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And Bob hits a grand slam!
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Gorgeous set
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