"As to your dead guy, occupational hazard. Drug dealer getting shot? I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say it's been known to happen."
not an insert really and I went back about 10 pages and didn't see mention - but has anyone checked out the cut sheet of aqueous test cards (and an uncut sheet they sold) this person is selling / sold ? looks to have had at least a sheet with the stamping on the back and at least two sheets of player front / another player front backed with one side having the "gloss" and one side not
Jonny Venters - Super Collector
Overall Collection (99/148 67% Complete)
base/parallels (79/79 100%)
1/1's (20/69 29%)
wanted: Venters '08/'10 #'d chrome refractors and any #1/1s we don't own.
Whenever I see people price cards like this I see it as two things...
One - exposure and or trying to get someone to reach out to them outside of eBay,
Two- just hoping that someone will cut their arm off and actually spend that much money.
Truth be told, I have listed a few thing like this as well just to get some exposure...
Was finally able to pick this rare beauty up for a fare price
Nice! Was debating an offer on that one for awhile.
Jeff Cirillo Spread Sheet ||
Hall of Unending Gratitude: dazed, magicpapa, uniquebaseballcards, and the vigilant eye of tonsofcommons
thanks guys! thought at the price and the rarity it was a good deal. as a mets fan, piazza is my main guy i collect, but vlad was my favorite non met player. most his stuff is really underpriced imo
Back in the 90s, I was pretty excited about collecting Frank Thomas, but it became overwhelming. I really liked a lot of the colorful and creative inserts back then. Some probably have little value now and others may surprise me. I was more of a visual collector though. Here are a number of favorites of mine with a few that I thought I would include to get some feedback to see if they are tougher copies or more common. I don't think I have anything too terribly exciting or rare. On a side note, is there a way to keep those acetate donruss cards from yellowing? They all seemed to have done that and the only reason I can think of is the soft sleeve. They have been boxed and kept from smoke, sunlight, etc.
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That's a fantastic looking bunch of cards mrmopar!
Collecting Jeff Bagwell all day every day!
Current Jeff Bagwell count: 4,637 different cards!
Also collecting Jerry Stackhouse! 751 different cards!
Also collecting Jack Lambert and football players from all Texas colleges!
eBay about 4 years ago. I think I've only seen one since.