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    pre-war cards

    How many people here collect Pre-war cards? Im thinking about starting some pre-war team sets...

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    My t206's are in a safty-deposit box, although I do have one here I can post later and a few Goudeys and 33 OPC Hockey

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    thats do you go about getting those cards? I think im going to make cubs and white sox team sets...then maybe go after some big names i.e. cy young

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    your best bet is ebay -or-, is amazingly cheap, i purchased a three-finger brown card PR for about $15 not bad for a t206 HOFer if though its kinda hurt.

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    I have a couple t205 cards. I personally think they look better than the 206 ones, because in good condition, the borders look amazing. Try the PSA boards for more help if you decide to do some team sets. Their are some people on their with some amazing pre-war cards. I know of another site that sells complete sets of them, but I can't find the address so I'll post it later.


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    burn try au soports in skokie or graf cards in chicago. both carry nice vintage

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    I only have one T206, but I hope to aquire more, so yes, i collect pre-war cards :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBurn
    How many people here collect Pre-war cards? Im thinking about starting some pre-war team sets...
    You can do that with the T-206 tobacco cards. They have dozens of teams to choose from and they make great collectibles and are affordable in off-condition. It's 'off-condition' is more of a characteristic than a flaw. Good luck!

    P.S. Sorry I'm late. :-)

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