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    Joe Montana Upper Deck Autographed Jumbo Card

    Hi everyone,
    I have a 1995 Upper Deck Joe Montana Jumbo autographed card with UDA coa available for trade.
    I would put the book value of this at $100.00. There is a pic in my bucket.
    Let's trade!!

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    Anything that looks a smudge or defect is from the scanner. The card looks great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoeser
    Anything that looks a smudge or defect is from the scanner. The card looks great!!

    What do you want for the Montana?

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    I am looking for something of comparable value. I know that's vague, but I collect a lot. Do you have any new high end rookies?
    Let me know. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoeser
    I am looking for something of comparable value. I know that's vague, but I collect a lot. Do you have any new high end rookies?
    Let me know. Thanks


    wHAT i HAVE HIGH END WOULD BE IN MY BUCKET

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    I am more looking at autographs/game used. Let me know if you have anything you would like to trade.
    Thanks

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    Did I price this too high? I thought this would be HOT!
    Please lmk.
    Thanks

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