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(03-04-2011 08:42 AM)waynetalger Wrote: I am getting tired of all them vintage lies. I think most of it are from kids who are just wanting attn. Although there are those adults who have never grown up and thinks the world owes him something just because he/she is breathing. If you say you have something especially vintage and most people dont know who you are your going to need proof (scan) otherwise after a while with the lies you tell you loose respect and people will remember and then you will wonder why nobody will want to reply to your threads or even want to trade.
lies will lead into trades and then that goes into being a theif.
People may not like what I wrote here. I may get one of those warnings. But to be honest I am just saying what everyone is thinking.
(03-04-2011 10:48 AM)hilfiger1975 Wrote: I agree. That's why a Photobucket is a wonderful thing.
(03-04-2011 11:39 AM)beatles guy Wrote: The thing that is getting out of hand in vintage is trimming. Unfortunately, Photobucket will not show that, you have to measure the card. I've received quite a few trimmed cards, and some of them got past me until I sent them for grading. Bottom line is if the raw card condition seems to good to be true, 9 times out of 10 it is trimmed. That's why I almost always buy graded stuff for my vintage PC, unless the corners are worn enough that I'm pretty positive it's not trimmed.
(03-16-2011 09:09 AM)seaw0lf Wrote: Hi again,
I'm back and sorry for the delay in responding and posting image of the Goudey, Ruth card I posted about. I never had a photobucket account and swat one up after it was recommended for showing the card. So I spent one night trying to figure it out and how to upload image from my phone and gave up after a couple hours. Anways a long story short attempted it again and finally got it. The link to images are posted below. Have to say though, I read the previous posts and upset so many fellow collectors jumped to conclussions there was no misleading....