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    oddball/team collectors/ player collectors come in

    here is a chance to pick up some of your favorite players or teams of oddball issue cards. you are not going ton find this stuff at every table at a cardshow or in every post in these forums. some of the sets include:
    king b discs
    topps player stickers from the 80's
    1986 mcdonald's all-pro sets 4 different color tabs
    1976-1980's fleer in action team cards
    1992 sportscall cards
    1994 A-1 Steaksauce cards
    1995 pro magnets players
    1996 pro magnets players
    milk carton cutouts of players
    lots of other oddball stuff

    let me know your player of team.

    most of this stuff starts at .25/card and goes up depending on players. obviously players like jerry rice, emmitt smith, joe montan etc.. are more.

    thanks (tom hess)

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    Tom, It's a long shot, but if there's any of Priest Holmes in there lmk.

    I do have the milk card of his from last year, but could proabaly use another... lol.


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    no sorry all this stuff is pre-priest before 1998

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    lab; Id be willing to add the Kordell/Salaam/Westbrooks with some Broncos stuff if you want, lmk

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    Webster Slaughter:

    only 2 i could find in the oddball stuff were:

    1988 topps sticker card 15/67
    1996 sportscall $2.00 phone card #177

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    How about Jim Marshall (Vikings) or any Redskins?

    PM please for quicker response

    My Want list site:Hidden Content

    Cards - they're like 2˝" by 3˝" slices of crack!!

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