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    WTTF/WTB - These 1980's cards

    Decided it was time to cross some cards of my collection bucket list, let me know what you will need in return

    1982 Topps Traded - Cal Ripken
    1984 Fleer Update - Roger Clemens
    1984 Fleer Update - Dwight Gooden
    1984 Fleer Update - Kirby Puckett

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    Is the Topps Traded Ripken numbered 21 with Bonner & Schneider? If so, I have a mint/nrmt Ripken

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    I collect Nolan Ryan cards I do not have. I might trade for Ted Williams or Johnny Bench. Advise me if you are out of country before making a trade.

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    Ok, I answered my own question. You are looking for #92T

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmessick2 View Post
    Is the Topps Traded Ripken numbered 21 with Bonner & Schneider? If so, I have a mint/nrmt Ripken

    Looks like we both responded at the same time!

    What would you need for the Ripken/Bonner/Schneider?

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    The one you have pictured must be a "copy""plastic" '82 TOPPS TRADED Ripken "RC", the top two corners are rounded. The '82 TOPPS TRADED Ripken "RC" has sharp corners. In regard, I have one in my PC. It looks like new. If you're interested in buying, make me an offer that is too good for me to turn down. Have a good evening.

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    Make me an offer I can't refuse for the #21 Ripken. You can PM me the offer if you wish. thanks

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