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    May have been the "junk era" but these are still nice in my book

    The wife needed some boxes moved in our storage place and that lead me to look at some card storage boxes that I haven't looked at in years. They contain a ton of inserts and rookie cards from the "junk era" of cards.

    Thought I would just scan a few that caught my eye as I when through the cards. May be "JUNK but I am grafeful that I still have these and a bunch more just like these from back in the day.

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    Scans do not due justice to the beauty of the Team Tomorrow! Also found multiple low end Jeter rookie cards in there.

    Thanks for taking a look

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    Love those first 2 cards!
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    I wish you would trade me that Diamond Cuts Griffey. I have several duplicate Griffey's plus some game used you could choose from if you are a griffey collector, or LMK what else you would be interested in. Thanks
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    I wish you would trade me that Diamond Cuts Griffey. I have several duplicate Griffey's plus some game used you could choose from if you are a griffey collector, or LMK what else you would be interested in. Thanks

    Thanks, but I don't think I am ready to let the card go right now. In the boxes were several more Griffey Jr inserts, I just scanned these as an example of what was there.

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    I hate that term, I think we should rename it the affordable era :)
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    I hate that term, I think we should rename it the affordable era :)

    Yes, it was way more affordable back in that time!

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    Nice looking card designs ! And I agree with the "Affordable Era" instead haha. Great point!

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    Find any nice pucketts or other twins in those boxes?

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