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    Anyone interested in buying or trading for these 1/1 cards?

    I have 4 real 1/1 cards of Derek Lowe, Brian Jordan, Pirates RC Walter Young and Rangers RC Marshall McDougall (Pictured as an Indian but says signed by Rangers)

    LMK if interested.

    Thanks

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    How much in trade for the Young?Maybe we can possibly work something out with the 03 stuff, too.

    LMK, I will trade GU for it if need be
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    Can I see a scan of the fronts of the cards?

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    what set are they from? are they show stamped?

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    They are from Donruss Champions. I dunno if they are show stamped. I got them in a big lot off of a guy I know who was getting rid of his cards and he gave them to me.

    It says something about a New Jersey sumthin.

    I have never been to a show to get any stamped cards so I dunno if they are from that or an insert.

    Either way, it is a 1/1 card. I saw a Jeter 1/1 GU with the same thing on it go for $137 on eBay.

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    walter young is now an oriole, for anybody who cares

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    up

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    I'm 95% sure those are show stamped or somehow aftermarket stamped. Sry, but they aren't worth much if I am correct.

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    why would a show stamped 1/1 be less valuable than any other 1/1?

    The Jeter Gu 1/1 with the same stamp went for $137
    a 1/1 is a 1/1

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    Originally posted by rice80fan2
    why would a show stamped 1/1 be less valuable than any other 1/1?

    The Jeter Gu 1/1 with the same stamp went for $137
    a 1/1 is a 1/1
    A show stamped 1/1 is basicaly a aftermarket 1/1. You can buy a 1/1 stamp and start making your own 1/1 cards. That's essentially what these are. They were never intended to be 1/1's. The 1/1's you have is the equivalent of if I grabbed a hand full of commons and hand wrote 1/1's on all of them.

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