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Old 10-25-2018, 04:42 PM
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So what does a guy do when he completes his Topps run? Starts on the Parkhurst sets!
These beauties arrived today, plus for the first time I get to "crack-out" of KSA holders!
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Old 10-27-2018, 11:40 AM
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So what does a guy do when he completes his Topps run? Starts on the Parkhurst sets!
These beauties arrived today, plus for the first time I get to "crack-out" of KSA holders!
Nice cards, Larry.

Curious, what's your thoughts on KSA grading standards? I've heard mixed reviews on everything from over graded, trimmed cards being graded, etc.
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Ill warn you now. The 51 is going to be tough. Howes can be found for reasonable prices but Richard is a different story. He is the last one I need and Ive been looking for the right price/grade combo for years. Im never going to pay $500 for a PSA 1 Rocket that looks like some used it as toilet paper.
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Dale: the only thing I know about KSA grading is that the cards crack out easily lol!

Matt: I'm with you as I can't afford to always spend big bucks on these pieces of cardboard. I'll just buy a three dollar (clearly market) REPRINT and wait for the market crash lol!

I'm having a lot of fun collecting these, contact me if you have low grade Parkhurst cards for sale!

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