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Old 08-15-2017, 11:05 AM
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Apparently if you cut a piece of paper out of a 1935 baseball guide in the shape of a card you can call it a "1935 Scrapbook Card."

http://www.ebay.com/itm/George-Susce...0AAOSwqOtZhRVv

I mean, really, the seller ought to be embarrassed for trying to pawn off this junk. It reminds me of that scam where someone sold a "framed picture of George Washington" and it turned out to be a one-cent stamp.
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Old 08-15-2017, 11:22 AM
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Oh, don't get me started. I had a thread on here last year about this seller. I'm old school and can't believe people collect this stuff. The seller cuts up everything imaginable and sells it. What I learned though, is that a ton of people buy it and are quite happy (look at the feedback) including people on this site. So, I'm disappointed in all of the vintage material that get's cut up but there is obviously a demand for it and people know what they are getting (for the most part). One other thing I can tell you is that this person makes bank from doing this so as long as they are up front about it, kudos to them, I guess.

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Apparently if you cut a piece of paper out of a 1935 baseball guide in the shape of a card you can call it a "1935 Scrapbook Card."

http://www.ebay.com/itm/George-Susce...0AAOSwqOtZhRVv

I mean, really, the seller ought to be embarrassed for trying to pawn off this junk. It reminds me of that scam where someone sold a "framed picture of George Washington" and it turned out to be a one-cent stamp.
" 1935 Scrapbook Card " ....No, it is a cut out from a book page, not a card. That seller should be glad I don't manage the ebay card auctions.

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That seller has been doing this for years..........
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