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    WTTF 1950 Topps Felt Back Ernest Stautner

    Hey guys (and girls)! I need a 1950 Topps Ernie Stautner! PM me if you have one you are willing to part with! Thanks!

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    Someone has got to have one of these they want rid of! BUMP and let's talk!

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    Well it has been a while....No one has one of these to sell or trade? Know anybody who does have one they want to sell? Let a fella know! Thanks!

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    Okay nobody has one to sell or trade. I give

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    this isnt really the best site for vintage stuff- especially impossible to find felt backs...heck, even ebay doesnt have a stautner...

    id say check the nationals, if you are going next week, there may be one there
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    I have a friend going who is gonna look at Nationals. The problem is I can afford a graded one but I hate graded cards. And yeah there IS graded one on eBay but they want like 6X guide for it and I will not pay I would give up to $200 for a nice ungraded one but alas. It is the ONLY one I need to finish my All-Time Steelers.

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    thats an impressive collection then, even without the stautner. im a topps football set master collector, and aside from the namath rc, the 50 felt backs are the ones that are hardest, and most expensive, to find
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