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Thread: What to do with Commons?

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    What to do with Commons?

    I just received 150 - 200 1979 Topps commons that I had to take as part of a package to get some cards I wanted. Does anyone know of anyone who is interested in older commons or what can be done with them? (no jokes please)


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    Ill buy the Cubs ones. LMK which ones you have.

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    I'd be intrested in the Yankees and or the Tigers. Otherewise I try and donate to childrens hospital at UofM in Michigan or keep them..

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    Cubs: Dave Roberts, pictcher, card # 473
    Larry Cox, catcher, card # 489
    Mike Vail, of, card #663
    Dave Rader, catcher, card 693
    Lynn McGlotehn , p, card 323.

    The cards are in fine shape. I also received Topps 1992 commons (I've seen them referred to as Micros but don't see that word on the card. Also have more recent cards of varying brands. Are you interested in those?

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    Ill take the 79 Cubs cards. Im not interested in the 92 cards. How much do you want for them? I can pay by paypal or check.

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    Tim Corcoranm, of-dh #272
    Ed Glynn, P, 343
    Milt May, C, 316
    Mickey Stanley, of-1b, 692
    Jim Slaton, p, 541
    Milt Wilcox, p, 288

    No Yankees. Same as above re: more cards.

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    What's fair on the Cubs cards?

    Is see you are a Sosa fan. I have 2 Sosa Topps 1992 # 94 with Sosa on the White Sox if you are interested. I take pay pal.

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    Will you take $2.50 including shipping for the cards? I already have that Sosa card.

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