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Old 11-11-2021, 03:49 PM
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Default Poor Rube...

...actually, I've seen worse.

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Ah, the rare monocle whole variation. PSA doesn't have any examples.
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....you talking about the card, or the BIN price? LOL
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....you talking about the card, or the BIN price? LOL
Both, now that you mention it.

As it pertains to the card, I've actually grown quite fond of seeing the example shown by bocabirdman. Maybe he'll see this thread and post a photo.
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Could that be classified as collector grade?
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Old 11-11-2021, 04:24 PM
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A lower priced Joss from the same guy.

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Ah, the rare monocle whole variation. PSA doesn't have any examples.
Looks to me like a bb gun did that, but who knows?
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Could that be classified as collector grade?
Ha love it
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Both, now that you mention it.

As it pertains to the card, I've actually grown quite fond of seeing the example shown by bocabirdman. Maybe he'll see this thread and post a photo.
I can never pass up a chance to flaunt my Rube......

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The Terminator variant.
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I can never pass up a chance to flaunt my Rube......

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That card is awesome. There are few like it. The 2-piece Ruth comes to mind, as well as Large-Ass. Honorable mention to the PSA 1 Donruss LaValliere.

If those cards could talk, I'd bet they'd have attitude to spare.
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A lower priced Joss from the same guy.

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Well, most of one anyway.
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My preference in Rube portraits are ones with two eyes and one shoulder, such as Bocabirdman's.

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I can never pass up a chance to flaunt my Rube......
Now that sounds like a NSFW comment if I ever heard one. LOL
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I can never pass up a chance to flaunt my Rube......

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You should offer each other a "transplant trade". You have a board certified surgeon cut the eye out of yours, transplant it to his, then have the Doctor take some edging and fill off his and reattach to yours...... "an eye for eye.....or in the case... an eye for some fill" lol

That would be cool!

These are the 2 transplant recipients and they are currently in pre-op getting ready for the risky procedure! lol

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A lower priced Joss from the same guy.

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Its 20% off.
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