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Posted By: David McD

Just in case you'd thought you'd seen it all:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5243153654&fromMakeTrack=true

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Posted By: Greg Ecklund

Isn't the Shroud of Turin technically the Jesus Rookie?

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Old 09-15-2005, 02:42 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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Old 09-15-2005, 08:19 AM
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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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Old 09-15-2005, 11:14 AM
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Posted By: identify7

Im holding out for a genuine game worn card.

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Posted By: Chris Mc

This card is clearly a reprint. The picture has been skinned and put on a 1901 celebs in France playing card and scanned to look authentic.

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Old 09-15-2005, 12:18 PM
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Posted By: T206Collector

...with the ultra-rare Jesus Christ Brand Tobacco back. It says, "Jesus Christ Has Always And Will Always Be The Best Scrap Tobacco."

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Posted By: warshawlaw

Maybe they'd sell on ebay too. I'm sure they're all rookies.

Like Sam Kinison said: "There's women and money and drugs--and religion if you can work it in."

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Posted By: identify7

Women, money, drugs, religion!

Which are the cause and which are the result?

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Posted By: Robert

I am waiting to find one that is autographed, I bet that this seller will have that one up next..

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Posted By: Richard Dwyer

I would think Jesus would have had his card pulled because he didn't want to be associated with tobacco. Bid everything you got!

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Posted By: Chris Mc

I am going to bid on it and have it slabbed by GAI as authentic and then you'll say ten years from now "remember when I had that chance to buy the Jesus Christ rookie card?"

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Old 09-15-2005, 04:05 PM
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Posted By: Paul

Why is this card listed in the category of 1961 baseball cards?

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Posted By: Julie Vognar

Front of a tantric 5-Buddha Crown, Vairochena, Nepal, 11th-12th century.


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Posted By: Anson

This is the exception where the holier, the better.

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Old 09-16-2005, 03:34 PM
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Posted By: Dan

In case any one is interested I will be posting on E-bay the Shroud of Turin`s long missing and ultra rare fitted sheet,comforter,pillow shams and dust ruffle.All you need now is the shroud to complete the set.A complete set would be an achievment of pardon the pun "BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS!"

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Posted By: Chris Mc

Don't laugh and make fun of me when I bid to win this "Holy Grail of all cards and domains".

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Posted By: BcD

is dangerously close to Dan McKees residence!
Is "Pops" the seller?

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Posted By: Julie Vognar


Shakyamuni Buddha, gilded copper, Nepal, 7-9th cenutry

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the "Sham of Turin"?

I want to point out that the fact that we can name off the components of a bed set is in no way gay Not that there's anything wrong with that ...

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Posted By: Scott Forrest

Roy Huff would certainly disagree, but hopefully this won't encourage him to cut all the pictures of Jesus out of old Bibles.

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Posted By: Julie Vognar

came with four other Seinfelds. "Not that there's anything wrong with that" is a great line, but as for the SHOW--I found it contrived and unbelievable. Eileen (name?)--to satisfy an eavesdropper at the table behind them (whom she doesn't know from Adam--or Eve--) starts spouting off about S and G being gay, and why don't they come out of the closet? RIDICULOUS! Of course,
giant confusions result. I thought ALL the other 4 Seinfelds were better than that one. Not that there's anything wrong with that...

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Posted By: Dan Lundrigan

Warshawlaw did you just call me Gay? Say it again and I`ll hit you with my throw pillows!Oh by the way I am interested in some of your BB Exhibits from the B/S/T.I`ll be in touch.

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Posted By: Julie Vognar

...for my two beautiful but irrelevant pictures, and the Seinfeld post...WHY did i think it was a good time to discuss it? beats me.

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Hi Julie! Are you still out of the collecting game?

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Posted By: Alan

Julie -

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Hey Julie!

Good to hear from you.

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Posted By: Kevin Saucier

I wish I would have seen it before it was taken down.

Here is a website where one (if not the same) is shown as more of a joke:

http://titanicitems.com/jesus.htm

Oddly enough, it is in a Global Authentic holder.

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Posted By: Alan

My friend was the seller of that card !!!!

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Posted By: DMcD

Don't remember that it was graded and my eyes aren't good enough to tell if it is holdered in the Leno photo. But yea, Kevin, that's the same card. The Jesus Christ rookie card, predates his Zeenut by a couple of decades.

It's a bit startling when an old thread is resurrected, seeing the posts of bygone contributors. Runscott and Julie, the Burns and Allen of Net54, such a cute couple. Kind of makes me nostalgic for 2005. Life was so much simpler then.

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Posted By: Frank Wakefield

Hello Julie,

Top of the day to you, our dear Lady!

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Posted By: leon

I still owe you a cup of coffee if you ever make the National or a show I am at (which is basically only the National). Hope all is well for you.....warm regards

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"Don't remember that it was graded and my eyes aren't good enough to tell if it is holdered in the Leno photo. But yea, Kevin, that's the same card. The Jesus Christ rookie card, predates his Zeenut by a couple of decades."


Thought it was funny so I bought it raw and had Global holder it...just for protection. Knowing me I would drop it or mess it up somehow. It wasn't slabbed in the Leno picture. I'm just curious if the recent ebay auction used my images.

Alan...from what I remember your friend was great guy.

Figured by now that a pre-rookie Jesus carpenter card would have been found in some attic or a grandfathers collection.


Kevin

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Posted By: Darren

All cards depicting Jesus prior to the resurrection are considered "pre-rookie". Those printed during his time in the tomb should be noted as "XRC", and those immediate post resurrection are his "true rookies." Jesus Christ cards from then to today are cards of his active time. Tribute cards will not be issued 'til after the second coming.

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Posted By: runscott

I keep intending to get back in the hobby, but still 'clearing out' stuff so that it will be more affordable than last time. When I moved to Seattle 1.5 years ago, I sold virtually everything I had - if it didn't fit in my rented SUV, it didn't make the trip. My only current connection to the old hobby is David Rudd - we meet every week or so and he keeps me up-to-date on the hobby goings-on. I plan to hit another National soon - still one of the most fun times I ever experienced.

Hope everyone is doing well.

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Posted By: leon

Good to see you here. If you can make the National this year make sure you keep Thursday evening open. I just finished making plans for the Net54 dinner and it's going to be a hoot......Hope to see you there....

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oh man, what did this card actually sell for?

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