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Old 08-06-2022, 12:44 AM
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I recently acquired a group (about 150) of Exhibit Cards ( mostly 1947-66 type with about 30 "Salutations" earlier variety). Is there a good website or reference book for valuation of all the crazy variations and relative rarities? I know some of the ones I have are less common but outside of checking EBay ( which Im not sure accurately identifies all the types of each card).... is there a better way? Thanks in advance for any help you can give..... Rocky in Florida
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https://www.lulu.com/shop/adam-warsh...-1kwg77r5.html

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Wow thanks so much...... ordering the book tonite! This is like asking a question about shooting a basketball and Stephen Curry answers it!!! Looking forward to learning about all the different issues..... and thanks again Steph!
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That is by far the best thing anyone has called me in a while.
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Adam's book is a MUST for anyone interested in Exhibits!
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looks really good. Lucks like another purchase to make and another enjoyable read
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Just bought my copy.
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Came in the mail today..... thanks for the feedback and a great reference book! Rocky
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