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Old 02-17-2017, 12:23 PM
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Default $20 Collector Club open for membership

I'm accused of being a charter member in the $20 Collector club. Please join me so that one day we will have the respect of collectors who buy big-boy cards for thousands of dollars and think they are of higher character/integrity than us.

Price of membership is to identify the best valued card for $20:

1971 topps PSA 6 Steve Garvey
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Old 02-17-2017, 12:32 PM
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I am definitely in the $20 club.

For me the best $20 card is a raw mint 1989 Fleer Bill Ripken F Face error. Has to be the most well known card in the hobby plus it says F*CK FACE on it.
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Count me in as your typical "$20 collector". I enjoy the hobby on the low end and am perfectly happy with my collection.

I very rarely spend over $200 on a single card.

Here is a recent $20 pickup of mine.



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Count me in! I'm still trying to decide what to spend the $140 on that I stashed away for the centerpiece of my collection. As it is, none of my cards break three digits.

Here's a recent pickup. Chuck Klein, $12.
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This is my kind of club.



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I'm at work and am unable to post pictures of either card, but I wanted to stamp my membership ASAP, as this is my kind of club!

My qualifying entries that I couldn't decide between...

1960 Fleer Ted Williams PSA 3

1947 Bond Bread Bobby Doerr RAW


I didn't choose the $20 Collector life... The $20 Collector life chose me.
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I have an $18 bid pending right now at Mile High. I would tell you what it is but I can't out my winning auction. Cool card.
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My $20 bargain bin is the hardest thing to keep stocked. It has contained 60's Mantles, Walter Payton and Joe Montana rookies and dozens of tobacco cards. Maybe I need to start a $20 dealer club! You guys are the bread and butter of the hobby, not the $20,000 guys.
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I'm in

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Old 02-17-2017, 02:44 PM
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Can I count stuff bought years ago?



Counting the grading fees I think I'm right at $20 for the pair.

Maybe a little bonus or two?





The Lombardi was probably under a dollar. certainly no more then $2

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