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post Feb 12 2006, 01:13 PM
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Here's another wantlist I have put on OpenChecklist

1973 Topps .. when many say is the end of any type of vintage/golden era of cards .. Last Topps set for a while to be issued in series, with the high numbers (529-660) hard to get. The Mike Schmidt Rookie (#615) is the prize of this set.

My Latest wantlist can be found here:

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jrlenox 1973 topps wantlist:
50 59 80 133 140 150 160 165 175 190 193 197 210 213 226 234 264 268 269 280 291 292 296 322 327 328 330 339 341 344 350 368 375 377 384 389 423 431 453 493 496 497A 498 502 503 529 530 531 534 535 537 538 542 544 545 546 549 550 554 555 558 559 560 561 564 567 568 569 570 573 574 575 577 578 579 581 583 584 586 587 588 589 590 591 592 594 596 597 600 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 615 616 617 618 619 621 622 623 624 627 628 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 645 646 647 650 652 653 655 659


I'll be adding my inventory including duplicate cards to trade on OpenChecklist over the next few weeks.

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I have a bunch on my website. Click on my sig, then Baseball, then Topps. Scroll to 1973. But, I'm look to sell. We can dicker.

Hope you find something of interest.


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QUOTE(Sheesh @ Feb 12 2006, 06:17 PM)
I have a bunch on my website.  Click on my sig, then Baseball, then Topps.  Scroll to 1973.  But, I'm look to sell.  We can dicker.

Hope you find something of interest.
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Thanks .. you have the Schmidt .. but its out of my budget. And not many of the other high numbers (they are the tough ones to get)

Besides that you just have a common card or two. When I get more of my 70's sets might do a transaction all at once.

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