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    Who's got these 2006 Topps Inserts for trade?

    Golds - Need plenty

    Mantle Collection - 1996,2000,2004,2005

    Hobby Masters - 1,2(i),3,4,5,7,8,9,11,12,13,15,17

    Own The Game - 8,21,23,25,26

    2K All-Stars - 1,2,3,4,5,6 (1-6 only available in the game: MLB 2K6)

    Last edited by Enigma; 03-29-2006 at 12:46 AM.

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    Just traded for the B. Franklin...anyone else?

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    I've got the samuel adams,do you have any twins inserts to trade?

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    Jeremy - Got those in on Saturday, but forgot who sent them...thanks for the reminder and I'll leave feedback shortly...much appreciated and I'll try to return the favor when I can...

    camco - Plenty of Twins inserts, anyone in particular?

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    torii hunter,johan santana,morneau,mauer

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    Do you have any extra DOI's for trade? I have HM 2,3 and OG 22,29.

    2005 Topps 50th Anniversary NFL Black Border
    2005 Leaf Rookies & Stars 2005 ESPN Football
    2009 Topps Unique Red
    2012 Topps Magic 2014 Topps 2015 Topps

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    have these: rodrigo lopez gold and own the game:2,7, 9, 10, 19, 27..... and if u want to look at my trade list wants r on my sig

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    All I have really from those players are these:
    2003 Playoff Prestige League Leaders Tandem LLT18 Hines Ward/Randy Moss (1676/2002)
    2004 Ultra Gold Medallion 46 Hines Ward

    PLMK if you need them...

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