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    Bill Dickey Legendary Cut for trade

    Card Is Traded
    Last edited by MANTLEFAN; 07-27-2006 at 09:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madweasel
    check my site and lmk if anything is of interest. -dan

    Do u have any vintage cards ?

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    nope, just hoped maybe you would see something you liked...there's a lot of high end on my site. -dan

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    u do have some nice autos ect ...

    but I want to see if I can get some vintage cards first

    if I cant work anything out I may be in contact with u

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    Interested in any of these "vintage" cards?

    1966 Topps Gaylord Perry SP
    1966 Topps Jim Palmer #126 RC
    1966 Topps Don Sutton #288 RC
    1966 Topps Fergie Jenkins #254 RC
    1968 Topps Johnny Bench #247 RC


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    Matt what grades are they

    Bench rc
    66 gaylord perry
    palmer rc

    any Mantle cards ?

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    Nope, not any Mantle cards right now. I actually took digital pictures of the cards last night, so I'll post them up for you. The full Beckett Values in order are.


    Let me know what you think. The corners and centering of the Palmer are very nice, but there is a very small hardly noticable crease in the bottom left(front-side only). Obviously the Bench isn't very good. Corners aren't great and there are gum stains over the front.

    Opps I just realized I didn't scan the Perry. The centering is probally 70/30 left to right with fairly soft corners. So, let me know what you wnat to do.


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    What kind of value are u searching for out of them

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