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    Sweet Thrift store find

    I just picked up a 1969 Milton Bradley Baseball game with 295 of the 296 player cards that were included (missing one dinky common) for an astouding $3.27. Unsure of the current value of the set but I know its a heck of alot more then what I paid

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    Update .... Just renewed my OPG and it has a high BV of $500

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    Wow i'll give you $5 dlvd for it?

    That is pretty sweet

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    Congratulations. Never underestimate the value of continuous visits to your local thrift store, or flea market.

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    Nice find. Do you know who the missing player is?

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    Great Find!!
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    Very nice and congrats!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Darin

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBonds25 View Post
    Nice find. Do you know who the missing player is?
    Thanks guys, yes indeed the missing player is Orlando McFarlane and i hould have that card by next week sometime for a complete set.

    I have the craziest luck at these "junk shops" from a bag of 60's cards I pulled a 61 Richie Ashburn ($20) and a bunch of Commons/minor stars for $2, 41 orel hershiser rc's (they bk at $2 ea) and a Ron francis (HKY $20) rc I paid 4.50 for. A Gordie Howe auto'ed Biography (signed by him and his wife) for $2, like Instanton said "Never underestimate the value of continuous visits to your local thrift store, or flea market"

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