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Old 09-15-2005, 03:13 AM
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Isn't the Shroud of Turin technically the Jesus Rookie?

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Old 09-15-2005, 03:42 AM
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Posted By: davidcycleback

There were 1800s Christian and bible learning trading cards and Jesus appeared on numerous. There has to be a trading card where Jesus first appeared. I suppose age 1900 is up there for a rookie, but it took Koufax a few years to find the strike zone.

I wonder what Billy Sunday would have thought if someone told him his got a trading card before Jesus.

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Posted By: Peter_Spaeth

By Hal's standards this is only a "tribute" card as it is long after his career and (at least technically) death.

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Posted By: John

I have an ultra-rare Buddha refractor numbered 1/2...I wonder if he would trade?

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Posted By: Anson

It has that National Game card feel to it, also.

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Posted By: Josh A.

I wonder if it is "trimmed?"

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Posted By: identify7

I am not sure that Jesus' career is over. To some, death is only an incident (maybe to all).

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Posted By: Wesley

There must be a different card produced before 1895.

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Posted By: Darren J. Duet

The Sacred Threads (card with a piece of the Shroud), Religious Relics (a piece of the cross), and Holy Words (cuts of the original gospels) are not far behind.

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