I was looking back in my photobucket at cards that ive sold in the past. Wishing now i would have kept a few but wanted to post some pics. I know this topic has been brought up before but here are some of my pics i wanted to share. Please share similiar pics if you would like.
The 84 Clemens was one i always wanted.
Loved watching John Elway and still to this day the 84 Topps football set is one of my favorites
Im still kicking myself for letting this one go but it did pay for my daughters gymnastics meets for the year
Still no absolutely nothing about hockey but this was the card to have.....
Still to this day my all time favorite football set (even over the 65 Tallboys the 81 Topps football set.
Here are just a few.........photobuckets jacking up and I can't get my other ones on here.......more to follow.
"Never in the field of human conflict has so much been owed by so many to so few." - Winston Churchill
Heres one I wish I had held onto. At least until I got another one to replace it. I tried to cross this one to my SGC set and it did not cross. I really liked the centering but it had a very tiny crease under the "R" in his name. I think I sold it for $120 and I have yet to see another with the centering Im looking for even NM7. And surely not for $120
Mine was $110 their ridiculous membership. Won't make that mistake again. And what did I get for the investment? A handful of examples of their crappy grading and a copy of Joe O's propaganda every other month..that doesn't even make decent kindling for my grill.
Loc: Jamesport, NY
When I purchase a PSA card it is always a grade higher than I would expect from SGC. Early on I complained about how strict SGC is in their grading but have been won over compared to the sh-t in a PSA holder. I will NEVER have a PSA card in any of my collections. Any I have now will eventually be brought over to the light.
I'm about this close to cracking out every PSA card I have and leaving them raw. I'm to the point that just looking at their slimy, ugly holders makes me ill. The holders do make for good target practice though.