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View Poll Results: Does anyone here own a 1936 Joe Dimaggio World Wide Gum rookie?
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Old 06-14-2013, 02:30 PM
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Does anyone here own a 1936 Joe Dimaggio World Wide Gum rookie?

How rare are these cards? Are they popular or they do not sell very well?

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Old 06-14-2013, 02:39 PM
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Theyre tough...esp in nice condition.
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There's 2 on Ebay and they have been there for quite awhile.
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I've been after one for a while-- they come up but usually with high BINs as opposed to auction. I like this card as well as the OPC. Both are not as "mainstream" as the Playball. It's a tough card, but also does not have popular demand which might make resale a process, if you consider that when purchasing for your collection. It's a very cool card IMO, but there's always one ahead of it on my list lately.
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Personally, I don't like the facial expression, or the "Deadpan Joe" on the back.
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Personally, I don't like the facial expression, or the "Deadpan Joe" on the back.
Perhaps the facial expression caused the card biographer to coin the "Deadpan" nickname for him...just a thought.

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I do not, but my '37 OPC is a favorite.
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Very nice!!!

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I scored that bad boy about 15 years ago at a big card show they used to have in Montreal in the basement of the Olympic Stadium. It was always kind of a seedy weird vibe there...I loved it!
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Ahhh the memories I use to go to those shows in Montreal as a teenager.

That is where I got my raw Nolan Ryan 1968 Topps rookie card (I do not own it anymore).

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truth be told, I went mostly for the hookers and blow
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Hahahaha!!!

Yes Montreal is one hell of a city for those looking to party!!!

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oh man...I think I'm gonna cry.
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Default My Joe D rookie card

Picked this up a few years ago.
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Holy moly, I thought he was back!
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Holy moly, I thought he was back!
ha ha...me too!!!! Beautiful WWG Dimag!!!!!
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Homer used to have one.

http://download.lardlad.com/sounds/s...fifteenth5.mp3
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I had a nice looking 2 about 3-4 months ago. Great card
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I saw this and thought the Adrian ban had been lifted.

Would love one of these, but would definitely prefer a Zeenut given SF roots.

That said, beautiful example Yankeecollector!!!
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