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#142412 - 06/14/03 04:37 PM My Three Most Precious Vintage Cards
vayank
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Folks, collectors always debate the definition of what constitutes a vintage card, what year vintage begins. Well, heere are my three favorite vintage cardas -- they should meet eveyone's standard.


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---- Matthew T. Natale Alexandria, Virginia Completed 1977 Topps Baseball SGC Graded Set, Average Grade 92.89

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#142413 - 06/14/03 04:40 PM Re: My Three Most Precious Vintage Cards [Re: vayank]
vayank
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Scan #2


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#142414 - 06/14/03 04:40 PM Re: My Three Most Precious Vintage Cards [Re: vayank]
vayank
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Scan #3


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Edited by vayank (06/14/03 04:41 PM)
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---- Matthew T. Natale Alexandria, Virginia Completed 1977 Topps Baseball SGC Graded Set, Average Grade 92.89

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#142415 - 06/14/03 05:24 PM Re: My Three Most Precious Vintage Cards [Re: vayank]
aconte
Bid more or post more... tough one...


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I don't know about precious but here's one of my favorites. The purple
background makes this tough in high grade. And thanks to mrredman
I was able to add this gem to my collection.

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http://www.sgccardregistry.com/images.asp?cardid=20540&usetid=347
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#142416 - 06/14/03 05:25 PM Re: My Three Most Precious Vintage Cards [Re: aconte]
aconte
Bid more or post more... tough one...


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I don't have a scan but my raw 1973 Topps Wayne Twitchell is a favorite
too!

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#142417 - 06/17/03 01:15 AM Re: My Three Most Precious Vintage Cards [Re: aconte]
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My favorite pre-war baseball card would have to be either the 1934 Goudey Lou Gehrig or the 1914 Cracker Jack "Shoeless" Joe Jackson. As far as postwar cards go, two of my favorites are in Topps' first set -- the 1952 Bob Feller and the 1952 Jackie Robinson. I also like the 1972 Topps Rod Carew and the 1976 Topps Pete Rose (perhaps, because it's kind of esoterically ugly).
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