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    Results of My Biggest Trade...

    Had to post my mailday for the biggest single trade I've made so far:

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    My Sidney Crosby RC & a Peyton Manning 1/1 auto. The sweetest thing about this trade was that the Manning is going to a military guy who was injured in Iraq - he's a huge Indy fan, so I'm actually glad he will have the card now.
    Quote Originally Posted by iversonformvp
    what the heck did you trade to get all of those

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    That Andre Johnson is gorgeous, and that was a heck of a swap you made. :)

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    Wow, that's a lot of nice stuff! I would have done that trade too for cards like that!

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    Thanks for the props guys. Yeah, the Andre is a 1/1 so I couldn't pass it up.

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    Great deal!! congrats
    Love it when a plan comes together, Everyones happy, their collections improved in a major way..one received many great cards(Really nice)..the other 2 top-Notch PC items, hobby life's good!
    Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence.
    As of May 2017 ~ STILL Collect the following --> ALL 01-04 UD SP Legendary cuts Mlb G/U *Also, Topps insert Sp's.
    1985T Mlb mini's issue(Canadian release)
    Vintage & Modern issues: Have old school players but want current players? I may want them, please Pm me.Thank You | GINTER G/U

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