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Old 03-18-2019, 02:39 PM
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A few survivors that I still like before I started going for centered cards......





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So bad, even the flip id O/C!

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Back before centering was “all the rage”, that’s the kind of card you might have picked out of a stack of 54 Hank Aaron cards because it has the best corners and gloss. Nice card!
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Back before centering was “all the rage”, that’s the kind of card you might have picked out of a stack of 54 Hank Aaron cards because it has the best corners and gloss. Nice card!
Yes and I'd still pick it today over a duller perfectly centered copy with touched corners. To each their own.
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