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    2000 sp chirology Derek Jeter. I pulled from a pack best pull and I still have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    Just seeing a picture of that card makes me scream ungodly words. You pulled a 1st BC superfractor auto of a future HOF'er. Not many can say that with confidence yet.
    The truth stands still.

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    After 30 years of never once hitting an expensive card from a pack, you wouldn't believe the sounds that have come from this mouth.

    It's well beyond NC-17.
    J.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey12508 View Post
    only pic i have sorry for the size photobucket picture. card went to japan for some $$

    Whew! I bet that is sweet
    Please note: Card collecting is my hobby, not my life. I don't take it that serious and like to keep it fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyCorona View Post
    Whew! I bet that is sweet
    Was a great product, lot of good stuff. pulled a bernie auto patch also. But the Matsui was a "notable nickname" Godzilla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey12508 View Post
    Was a great product, lot of good stuff. pulled a bernie auto patch also. But the Matsui was a "notable nickname" Godzilla.
    He is one of my favorite Yankees ever
    Please note: Card collecting is my hobby, not my life. I don't take it that serious and like to keep it fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyCorona View Post
    He is one of my favorite Yankees ever
    Liked him to, had like 4 auto's of his. sold 3 wish i didnt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCTYSON View Post
    Just seeing a picture of that card makes me scream ungodly words. You pulled a 1st BC superfractor auto of a future HOF'er. Not many can say that with confidence yet.
    I only wish I could have known that before selling it for $1,800

    To be fair, I wasn't a prospector at the time and the mass popularity of prospecting hadn't quiet caught full fire.

    But you are right, despite how much money I may have left on the table it's just incredible knowing that I was the one who pulled such a historic card and that my finger print will be forever left on the back of the card (I know, not cool but at least I didn't touch the front of the card)
    Look, I'm gonna be honest with you. I really need a job. And I will take any position, as long as it doesn't involve having sex with old ladies for money or bear traps. Those are my two bugaboos. While mulling over my resume feel free to check out my baseball card collection, it's small and simple, kinda like me - >>>>> http://s822.photobucket.com/user/JDf...ds%20n%20stuff


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    Very nice D2R



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    ALWAYS LOOKING FOR ODDBALL, REGIONAL, TEAM ISSUED, VARIATIONS, AND TOUGH CARDS OF WILL CLARK AND MIKE BROWN



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    My oldest son pulled an Albert Pujols auto from a pack of base Topps. Sticker auto, but we were pretty excited about it back in the day.

    The card I saw on here that I recall "ooohhhing" over is an autographed Jackie Robinson rookie card. Don't recall whose card it was, but I don't think I'll ever forget seeing that card.

    "The trouble with quotes on the Internet is that you never know if they are genuine." Abraham Lincoln

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    Pulled a 2004 absolute memorabilia tools of the trade hat/bat/sgoe/jersey auto of Albert Pujols #1 /5 in 2005 on christmas day. Was screaming. Unfortunately it got stolen, which also made me scream

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicpapa View Post
    Back in 1992 when I pack Pulled This
    I pulled this card too. It was the last card in the pack so I saw that back first. It wasn't my pack, so wasn't my card. We were little leaguers...I believe it came from a Kmart or wal mart. Is that where they were sold??

    Anyway,
    I pulled one just like this, sold it for $800 but can't remember if this is my listing. Lost all old images years ago. Pretty sweet 8x10 card.

    https://www.worthpoint.com/worthoped...of-5-certified

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    Back in 1996, I had been out of the Hobby for about 10 years. My dad called and said they were cleaning out the garage and asked if I wanted my old baseball cards. So I went and picked them up, and stopped by one of the dozen LCS in town to pick up some supplies before sorting through them. Saw 1994 upper deck cards on the counter for $1 a pack and grabbed some. Pulled one of these: (super hot card at the time) and was hooked again. (Image "borrowed" from google....)Click image for larger version. 

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    Not my pull but I tried for years to buy this card and the filthy words out of my mouth when first seeing it would make D2R blush.

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    The truth stands still.

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    Fold-Out Wagner


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