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Here are two of mine. Been longing for these for a while. I wish I'd have grabbed them a few years ago. They were actually found CHEAPER then. I started looking for them again figuring they'd be cheaper these days. Nope.
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1933 Goudey Hack Wilson. I could have had one already but I want one in decent shape.

1954 Topps Ernie Banks.

1975 Topps George Brett, again want one in real good shape.
86 cards in the 1909-11 T-206. I may have some coming my way soon
1968 Nolan Ryan
Staubach rookie
(04-28-2012 05:09 PM)waynetalger Wrote: [ -> ]86 cards in the 1909-11 T-206. I may have some coming my way soon
1968 Nolan Ryan
Staubach rookie

I can always depend on you to put Nolan Ryan!!
Any BGS/BVG Graded Nolan Ryan cards that I don't already have.
I'd really love to get a T-206 Cobb.
(04-28-2012 01:57 PM)Haze28 Wrote: [ -> ]1933 Goudey Hack Wilson. I could have had one already but I want one in decent shape.

1954 Topps Ernie Banks.

1975 Topps George Brett, again want one in real good shape.

I have a BVG 6.5 on the Brett Rookie
1996 Select Certified Mirror Gold Barry Larkin (Chris I know you understand this oneSmile
1988 Score Samples Barry Larkin
1948 Bowman Stan Musial rookie card, in good shape. The ultimate Stan Musial card for any collector.
(04-28-2012 07:32 PM)chrisa19978 Wrote: [ -> ]I have a BVG 6.5 on the Brett Rookie

Is it for trade?
My holy grail is a Ted Williams Autograph card. Then I can start focusing on some of the Red Sox cut autos I don't have yet.
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