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Those are sharp.
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Here's a few hoops cards from my stash that I just got back from SGC. Real happy about the grades!
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Here's a few hoops cards from my stash that I just got back from SGC. Real happy about the grades!
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Thanks guys! These were destined for PSA but hard to resist the $30 per card grading fee and 2-week turnaround! It might be years before PSA ever has a submission price under $150 per card.
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Those cards look really cool in the sgc slabs
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Got this one in today. 4.5, but for the life of me I can't tell why. Beautiful card in my book.
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My winnings from the June Brockelman auction. 22 1957-58 Topps and a 1961-62 Fleer upgrade
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The quintessential Wilt.
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A couple of Dr. J's just landed. The Star is cheapo, but I love the image of his finger roll over Kareem.
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Getting hooked on basketball, all over again.
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I ordered some old Cricket tobacco cards from Thailand, and they came Monday. I ordered them all the way back in May, but I'm glad they came eventually.

I bought two complete sets, 1928 Wills and 1938 John Player and Sons. They're both 50 card sets, and they were each around $20 including shipping. My dad also bought a 1937 Will's Authors set, because it includes cards of two of his favorite writers, Hilaire Belloc and G.K Chesterton.

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Somehow these pictures didn't appear on the previous post.
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Finally took the plunge. Finishing this set at long last
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Nice plunge in to the deep end of the pool. Congrats!
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Nice plunge in to the deep end of the pool. Congrats!
Thanks. Had a chance three years to buy one for $600 that ended up grading a 6. One of my most egregious cheap skate moments. Needless to say I paid a multiple of that for this. Can't look back in anger, but can look back with regret. lol
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Thanks. Had a chance three years to buy one for $600 that ended up grading a 6. One of my most egregious cheap skate moments. Needless to say I paid a multiple of that for this. Can't look back in anger, but can look back with regret. lol
Ditto, my friend, ditto. I figured I had plenty of time. Paid through the nose instead. At least I got the IA card early

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Ditto, my friend, ditto. I figured I had plenty of time. Paid through the nose instead. At least I got the IA card early

Same here. Got Sam Jones about five years ago to get me to just Wilt. It had been those two for about ten years.
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That is a great looking 71 Wilt. High-End PSA 7. Congrats.

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That is a great looking 71 Wilt. High-End PSA 7. Congrats.
Spotless and centered...just beautiful.
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An underappreciated player IMO.
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Added the Cocoa Puffs box back to my recently-completed set.
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Great item.
There will never be anyone remotely like Meadowlark Lemon.
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An underappreciated player IMO.
Very underappreciated. A damn shame he didn't get elected to the HOF until 3 years after his death.
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I've had a couple of nice returns from PSA lately (timely grading and accurate grades, if you can believe that), with this being one of my favorites.

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I've had a couple of nice returns from PSA lately (timely grading and accurate grades, if you can believe that), with this being one of my favorites.

Huge grade.
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Those look great.
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Thanks Adam. The cards are nice and I actually kind of like the CSG holders . I guess the Celtic green works in this case.
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There will never be anyone remotely like Meadowlark Lemon.
That's for sure. How many HOFers literally were Saturday morning cartoon super heroes? Meadowlark and Curly.





These guys had potential too but squandered it on one-fer movies and never made the cut to Saturday morning cartoons...


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Dipping my toe:

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You can now echo Geno -- "I've got Diana and you don't."
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I was inspired to get this cheap but cool Meadowlark.

Speaking of the Trotters, still magical.
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Haha happy to do so too. Hoping to pick up a few more of some of the other WNBA greats.
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Great pick-ups everyone! Just got these two back from SGC yesterday!
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Haha happy to do so too. Hoping to pick up a few more of some of the other WNBA greats.
I bought maybe the top 10 or so within the past couple of years. Great cards IMO. Some of the RCs are pretty low production.
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Picked up a couple more raw hall of famers. Haven't defined exactly what my basketball collecting will be, but so far it's just hof'ers from 60-80's, and maybe some early 90's.
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