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Old 06-08-2018, 07:38 PM
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Default Took some of my stuff to a safe deposit box. Snapped a pic before I left

Thought it was kind of cool.......

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Old 06-08-2018, 07:40 PM
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Wow. Nice spread. Funny, I just put some cards in a box this week for the first time ever. Feels weird not having them with me but no doubt more secure.
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Old 06-08-2018, 07:51 PM
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Nice collection...the sad thing is, I had everyone of those at one time or another. If I kept them all, I would be card rich and cash poor though.
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Old 06-08-2018, 07:57 PM
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Thanks guys. Steve Iím with you. After I bought the Mantle I felt like I had to do something. Iíll miss being able to easily pull them out from time to time.
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Thanks guys. Steve Iím with you. After I bought the Mantle I felt like I had to do something. Iíll miss being able to easily pull them out from time to time.
Oh..I didn't see the Mantle rookie....nope...never had that one :-p
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It's ridiculous that Bartirome is in that collection of cards!

"One of these things is not like the others. One of them doesn't belong ..."
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WOW! Very nice!!


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Great group of cards .
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What, putting them in a paper sack and shoving them under your bed doesn't make you feel safe??? Lol, great lot of cards!
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I was in my annual mood to resort my collection from player to year/issue this morning, so snapped a few photos. You're right, the sight of all those cool cards at once is a pretty awesome feeling. I don't know how you could part with yours by putting them in a safety deposit box. I gotta look at my babies at least once a month. Of course you probably sleep better at night knowing they're safe.
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Nice.
Paying strong for Gehrig US Caramels. Just sayin.
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I make a copy of each card on my printer/scanner/copier on good photopaper then cut out the card life size and put that copy in my album before i put stuff in a safe deposit box. The copy looks exactly like my card, with every crease, etc. Works great!!
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