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Old 11-28-2017, 06:32 AM
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Really? On Net54, on the MAIN PAGE, nobody is going to call out the REAL reason for this post - to start a MASSIVE dead-horse-beaten debate?!

Mantle only has one rookie and it's the Bowman.

Or the 52 Topps....
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Really? On Net54, on the MAIN PAGE, nobody is going to call out the REAL reason for this post - to start a MASSIVE dead-horse-beaten debate?!

Mantle only has one rookie and it's the Bowman.

Well...if you want to get TECHNICAL....the 1947 Exhibits he is on predates the others :-p
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For at least 15 years after I left NJ, my photo was still on Steve's wall. Nice to see he is still hanging in there. I'd definitely recommend a visit --- very old school store.

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Well...if you want to get TECHNICAL....the 1947 Exhibits he is on predates the others :-p
1947-1966 exhibits? poor argument!
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Pete, you should have offered him $100 for the 51 Mantle... just to see the look on his face.

There's a coin shop by me. The owner has a few baseball items and they are all a bit expensive. He has a complete (maybe not all the variations) P2 set. I think the asking price was about double what it's valued at.

There used to be a few really good card shops where I live but only one is still around and they mostly do mail order.
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Pete, you should have offered him $100 for the 51 Mantle... just to see the look on his face.

There's a coin shop by me. The owner has a few baseball items and they are all a bit expensive. He has a complete (maybe not all the variations) P2 set. I think the asking price was about double what it's valued at.

There used to be a few really good card shops where I live but only one is still around and they mostly do mail order.
he may have taken it....then I'd be out $100!!!!!!
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