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But is it grenadine?
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But is it grenadine?

Shit, I should take it back and demand they add more gren.
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You guys are awesome! This is by far the farthest thing from outside my niche as it gets. I believe I might of had a Dyno bike when I was 11, that was the last time I rode one lol

I paid up for it but still a cool a piece I dont think I could pass on at the time.

you still got the Dyno? bet you a beer it's worth more than the jersey.

 

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I don't know how to ride a bike, true story.

Shame on you.......  when you come over here i'll teach you. on a GT, Made in USA. -thrifted.

 

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Also grabbed a shoe box full of sports cards. Said why not? Not a bad sign when one of the top cards is MJ. Don't know much about this stuff, but nostalgic as my brother and I used to have a collection as kids.

not seing money pop out. but......   if that's a rookie season card??   and you need to post more spoilered. need to see these.

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not seing money pop out. but......   if that's a rookie season card??   and you need to post more spoilered. need to see these.

 

 

Nothing spectacular on the front. I see a bunch of cards from the early 90s, a time when sports cards were produced by the billions...

 

That MJ card is not a rookie card.

 

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Nothing spectacular on the front. I see a bunch of cards from the early 90s, a time when sports cards were produced by the billions...

 

That MJ card is not a rookie card.

 

for nostalgia? i'd pay $1. but there must be gold in the box.

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Ah....sports collector cards....still images of my Mickey Mantle card from childhood in my mind. Its gone now, having looked all through my parents attic for such things, but somehow I think that it was one of the most valuable things I ever owned...but never knew it at the time.
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for nostalgia? i'd pay $1. but there must be gold in the box.

 

 

I donated about 10,000 cards a couple of years ago. I feel bad for anyone who bought them looking for a goldmine. I kept all the good ones. :foo:

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I buy ALLOT of cards. Got this random mix box last week for $5. Just have to know what your looking for.



Ebay#162020402148

I've got some really good cards over the years and they add up quik.
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dammit.

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When I was a kid, I had an autographed photo of Dick Butkus. True story.
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When I was a kid, I had an autographed photo of Dick Butkus. True story.

 

 

I had a Joe Montana autographed Dodgers hat... My childhood was a bit weird.

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I had a Joe Montana autographed Dodgers hat... My childhood was a bit weird.

Close enough!

And holy shit on that Nolan Ryan card up there!
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I buy ALLOT of cards. Got this random mix box last week for $5. Just have to know what your looking for.



Ebay#162020402148

I've got some really good cards over the years and they add up quik.

What's the difference between that auction and this one? http://www.ebay.com/itm/1981-Topps-240-Nolan-Ryan-Houston-Astros-/141947843982?hash=item210cc0358e:g:nS0AAOSwZ8ZXAGbV

 

That's what I don't get about cards. One auction will go for $1000 and another (that looks the same to me) goes for $2.

 

I found boxes of mine recently. Donated a ton of them but kept the "good" ones. (Good ones in quotes, because I was a big Delino Deshields and Robert Horry fan)

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What's the difference between that auction and this one? http://www.ebay.com/itm/1981-Topps-240-Nolan-Ryan-Houston-Astros-/141947843982?hash=item210cc0358e:g:nS0AAOSwZ8ZXAGbV

 

 

It's been professionally graded and got an extremely rare 10/10 score on condition. Sports cards are the same way as comics, the pricing can vary wildly based on condition (and of course a lot of that hinges on getting the item pro-graded).

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