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If there was a cheapies for sports cards/memorabilia I am pretty sure I win for the year after todays haul. I still dont even know exactly what I have yet, that shit cray bigstar[1].gif
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If there was a cheapies for sports cards/memorabilia I am pretty sure I win for the year after todays haul. I still dont even know exactly what I have yet, that shit cray bigstar[1].gif

T-206?!
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T-206?!

Hahaha not that great, I wish. It more about what I paid for what all I got. But if anyone has experience with grading cards please let me know, anything helps.
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Hahaha not that great, I wish. It more about what I paid for what all I got. But if anyone has experience with grading cards please let me know, anything helps.

I have an absurd amount of experience with all aspects of trading cards across the board, I can even recommend which grading service would be better depending on what the card is....what were you able to pull??

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Not trying to be a Debbie downer, but isn't the trading card market sort of in a slump right now?
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Is everyone from LA this bipolar?

Yes.

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Not trying to be a Debbie downer, but isn't the trading card market sort of in a slump right now?

The fucking thing crashed harder tehn the '08 Market. All of the companies started making a million different types of limited serial numbered cards and started putting autos and jersey patch cards in like every pack and totally dilluted the market. I once pulled a Kobe/Jordan Dual Jersey card serial numbered to 50, when I pulled it, beckett Value was $1,200...i'd be lucky to get a hundred for it today. However with that said, there will aways be certain cards that will be worth money, the card to get. Every star player has that one rookie card that is THE one to have. Low serial numbered rookie cards are the only reason to collect these days.

 

Edit: And proceeding to have them graded and getting a grade higher than a 9

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Four stops and four pairs of shoes today. 

 

My size, but I don't know if they're me.

 

 

Identical pairs of shoes with identical wear but a half size and two widths apart. Leather on these is bizarre. I've never worked with anything that gobbled up reno quite like these. maybe they were just super dry. 

 

 

 

Bought these for my fiancee and they fit her perfect but she thinks they're for hippies. She's wrong. Anyone here with size 7 women in your life?

 

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Edited by Pierson v Post - 3/30/16 at 6:43pm
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A ski jacket, goose down filling, in South Florida for $9? I'll take it...


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I know it's older and not a big deal compared to the other things found in many of the cities but this is probably the nicest nwt I've found... Hickey wool silk sc didn't even realize it was nwt until I tried it on and hit the tags ha...
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I know it's older and not a big deal compared to the other things found in many of the cities but this is probably the nicest nwt I've found... Hickey wool silk sc didn't even realize it was nwt until I tried it on and hit the tags ha...

Assuming you bought, I probably just missed you. I picked up these. 

 

 

 

 

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Couple things today

 

Can anyone tell me what this kind of jacket is?

 

Looks pretty regular...

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

But then....the left side opens up to an attached other jacket

 

This is the inside

 

Then this tie

100% wool 

 

E thrift NA for now

 

 

 

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Really lightweight 2 ply fabric, anyone have info on it?

 

 

 

And last more of an e-purchase, under 10% but with a dime sized faint discoloration in one spot, NA

100% cash with leather piping

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I love KJUS.  I had a size Large FOIL soft shell but is was too slim.  Is that down?  Looks kind of like the Blackcomb.


Nope, Primaloft and I think I just ruined it by accidentally tossing it in the dryer on high heat baldy[1].gif
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The fucking thing crashed harder tehn the '08 Market. All of the companies started making a million different types of limited serial numbered cards and started putting autos and jersey patch cards in like every pack and totally dilluted the market. I once pulled a Kobe/Jordan Dual Jersey card serial numbered to 50, when I pulled it, beckett Value was $1,200...i'd be lucky to get a hundred for it today. However with that said, there will aways be certain cards that will be worth money, the card to get. Every star player has that one rookie card that is THE one to have. Low serial numbered rookie cards are the only reason to collect these days.

Edit: And proceeding to have them graded and getting a grade higher than a 9
My dad owned 2 baseball card store back in the early 90's, we used to open hundred of packs of cards to get just 1, I remember pulling a Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. Rookie card and being super stoked
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