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#2011606 - 10/09/12 07:30 PM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: CTROOP11]
Blackie
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I love the agressive nature of hockey. Im trying to get into to as i love sports period.
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#2011607 - 10/10/12 03:20 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: Blackie]
BigRedOne
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Toyna Harding would have made a good Hockey player.
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#2011611 - 10/10/12 04:56 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: BigRedOne]
bbo
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I thought she was one.

No, wait, my bad. She either boxed or was a cage fighter for one round. Got beat as I recall.
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#2011613 - 10/10/12 05:17 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: Blackie]
cammb
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Hockey is the best spectator sport as well as having the toughest players.
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#2011616 - 10/10/12 08:44 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: cammb]
hitman
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That 74 Staubach is dynamite. You know I could use that card for my Staubach set!!
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#2011618 - 10/10/12 09:58 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: hitman]
gaugman
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Vintage football cards are the best. It's like looking at a time capsule, a snapshot into the past. I know you can say that about other sports, but with football it just seems to be more palpable.

Those 1955 topps All Americans are just beautiful.

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#2011619 - 10/10/12 10:21 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: gaugman]
33rdStreet
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To all the football guys on here if you could pick one vintage set to collect what one would it be?
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#2011620 - 10/10/12 10:25 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: 33rdStreet]
Blackie
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Daryl i love the 81 Topps set ... Second choice being the 66 Philly set
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#2011621 - 10/10/12 10:39 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: Blackie]
33rdStreet
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Thinking of slowly putting one together just need to pick one. No graded cards in this set but nice centered high quality cards. Would be a whole differnt experience for me in the hobby. I've been strictly baseball for 25+ years with some nice vintage Colts every now and then.

Rob,

That choice have anything to do with Montana? Those are nice though and it reminds me of the football packs I opened as a kid.

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#2011622 - 10/10/12 10:50 AM Re: COLECTING FOOTBALL CARDS [Re: 33rdStreet]
Blackie
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No although i do love the Montana rookie. I remember opening packs as a kid with my granfather. So many memories surround this set.
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