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    FS: 1967 Topps High Numbers

    For sale is a nice collection of '67 highs. Price listed is firm. Add $3 shipping for 1 card or for all cards. Scans should tell the story, but I've tried to describe any imperfections that may not be apparent on the scan. Overall its a nice lot of mostly EX or better cards. Nice opportunity for a mid grade raw setbuilder to fill some holes in this tough set. PM works best.

    535 Clendenon $20
    537 Estrada $6
    538 Martin $10
    539 Egan smudge on left border $6
    548 Gonzalez $6
    551 Camilli x3 $8/ea your choice
    552 Savage very light lower left corner wrinkle $15
    553 Yanks RCs $30
    554 Rodgers $8
    556 Weis $5
    557 Ferrara $14
    559 Tracewski x2 $6/ea your choice
    561 Alomar $25
    562 Blass $10
    564 Astros RCs weak bottom right corner $8
    565 Krausse x2 $15/ea your choice
    566 Geiger x2 $6/ea your choice 2nd scan has light indentations on 4 corners from being stored in a photo album
    567 Hamilton $20
    572 Demeter (right scan) $35
    572 Demeter (left scan) light bend in top right corner $25
    580 Colavito $90
    583 Barker $25
    585 Bunker $15
    587 NL RCs $30SOLD
    588 Klippstein x2 $8/ea your choice 2nd scan has light indentations on 4 corners from being stored in a photo album
    589 Ricketts $5
    590 Richert $9
    591 Cline $12SOLD
    592 NL RCs $45
    595 Rojas couple light indents $20
    596 Cisco $8
    598 White Sox RCs $15
    599 Duliba $5
    603 A's RCs $12
    606 Taylor $15SOLD
    608 Cubs RCs $6


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    Would you be interested in trading? If so, plmk who/what you'd be looking for. I'm interested in the Wally Bunker (Oriole). Besides being "off center", does it have any other issues?? Issues such as - corner wear, gum stain, pin hole, bends, dents, creases, writing, etc. I ask because pictures don't show everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OriolesFan View Post
    Would you be interested in trading? If so, plmk who/what you'd be looking for. I'm interested in the Wally Bunker (Oriole). Besides being "off center", does it have any other issues?? Issues such as - corner wear, gum stain, pin hole, bends, dents, creases, writing, etc. I ask because pictures don't show everything.
    Bunker is somewhere around a 4 or 5. No creases or anything not obvious in the scan - just centering and corners.

    I'm interested in selling these only, Bunker would be $18 dlvd.

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    Thanks for the quick reply and info. The Bunker is only worth $15 if it is in NrMt or better, and a 4 or 5 surely isn't Nr Mt. Sorry, not interested in paying $18 (including shipping) for a card that doesn't have that value (usually when buying,I buy at less than its value). Again, thanks for the quick reply. Have a good afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OriolesFan View Post
    Thanks for the quick reply and info. The Bunker is only worth $15 if it is in NrMt or better, and a 4 or 5 surely isn't Nr Mt. Sorry, not interested in paying $18 (including shipping) for a card that doesn't have that value (usually when buying,I buy at less than its value). Again, thanks for the quick reply. Have a good afternoon.

    I would buy every single NM '67 Bunker I could find at $15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsdill2 View Post
    I would buy every single NM '67 Bunker I could find at $15.
    So would a lot of others...

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    If I ever obtain one I'll sell it to you for $15 + the shipping. Even though I'd like to add one to my "O's" PC, I'll sell it to you when/if I get one (or more). However, I'll surely not pay $15 for one to get one.

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