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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: May 20 2013, 06:10 PM


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A customer pulled one of the "Holy Grails" out of the 2012 Contenders Football product....a Ben Roethlisberger Golden Ticket Redepmtion !!! These Golden Tickets are all 1/1s, slabbed by BGS, and are made of 11 grams of 14 kt gold !!! I am selling it for him via ebay. The auction ends tonight. Help spread the word and get this customer the sale price he is looking for.

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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: May 19 2013, 10:14 PM


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Welcome back D! I haven't been around much lately myself. Glad to see you are still collecting. Congrats on your new venture! Hope to do some more deals soon.
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: May 19 2013, 04:38 PM


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Hate to see you go Richard! You were a "rock" here at TCC for a long time. You personified what a collector should be in every way. I haven't been very active either as of late. Every time I have an idea it gets met with excuses and a why bother attitude so I just drop by from time to time to see if anyone has posted anything of note. Stay well my friend, we will meet again!
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Apr 2 2013, 11:56 PM


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I am looking to buy WWE DVDs, action figures, and magazines. Only looking for WWF/WWE, Raw, and Smackdown magazines. Possibly some WCW magazines as well. Looking mainly for PPV events on DVD. My main focus is new and used action figures. I am only looking for figures produced from 2004-present by Jakks or Mattel. Any loose figures must be clean with no broken parts and must have all original accessories. I sell a ton of WWE merchandise at my shop and I'm starting to set up as a vendor at some wrestling shows so I need quality inventory. Thanks!
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Apr 2 2013, 11:39 PM


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I am interested in these DVDs as long as they are Region 1, in their original cases, and have no skips. I am also interested in WWF/WWE magazines as well. Thanks.
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Oct 20 2012, 04:41 PM


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Another interesting exchange just overheard a few moments ago. Two guys in their 20s stopped in to look and ponder aloud the authenticity of all my PSA and JSA authenticated autographs, many of which I obtained in person doing shows for the better part of 15 years. Apparently there is only one blue sharpie in the world and I have it and I use it to forge all these signatures. I don't have a good explanation for it but the majority of autographs signed are in blue ink. It has been that way for years. Just look at some of the pack pulled autographs in your collection, the majority are signed in blue. One guy said, "I saw a thing on TV about this" gesturing toward the autographed items. "Maybe somebody carried a blue pen around with them all the time" the other guy said. People crack me up. They just can't fathom that someone who deals in sports memorabilia and has for over 20 years could have so many autographs. They crack me up.
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Oct 20 2012, 12:47 PM


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Well another weekend of shop insanity is well underway. So far today I have been asked several questions, most of which we have covered in these threads many times. I did get one question from a young lady that I must say, I have never been asked in over 10 years of business in this area. She started out by asking, "You don't have any Derek Jeter cards do you?" After I assured here that I did, I got the stack of Jeter rookies from my baseball rookies display case and presented them to her. I then fetched the stack of base cards and inserts of Jeter that I have behind the counter in my star boxes. She was blown away. She took a particular liking to the Topps Gold Jeter RC that I had. Then she thought for a second and hit me with this gem, "I wish you took Wal-Mart cards because I don't have any cash". blink.gif I am continually amazed at the number of people that come into this mall, spend time looking, waste my time getting stuff for them, only to announce that they didn't bring any money with them. This literally happens a few times every weekend. Maybe I am the crazy one but if I don't have money to spend, I don't go to a store, I stay home!
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Oct 14 2012, 11:08 PM


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Just checking in with a short and sweet entry this week.

A family came in that visits every few weeks. They always talk aloud to each other about all the great stuff and they always try to impress each other with their vast sports and collectibles knowledge. Today they were browsing about the shop talking about how awesome everything was and of course, not spending a dime. One of the young boys said, "Hey dad, who played for the Cowboys who had the last name Smith and wore 22?" The dad looked at his son with much disgust and snapped, "Emmitt Smith son! At least pretend that you have watched some football o.k.?" They continued to browse about and the other young boy pointed out a framed 8x10 photo of some Green Bay Packers legends. "Who is that guy?" the boy asked his dad as he pointed at the photo. The dad again seemed disgusted, rolled his eyes and replied, "That's Vince Lombardi. That is the guy they named Lambeau Field after." blink.gif ......... laugh.gif Glad the dad cleared that up for us. I'm sure their next visit will produce more great bits of wisdom and no sales......as usual. rolleyes.gif
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Oct 6 2012, 02:21 PM


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Two weeks back after my vacation and still more of the same.
"Do I buy cards?"
"Are these cards really signed?"
"What is a Goudey Joe DiMaggio Rookie Card worth?"

Wait a minute.........what?

That is exactly what I was asked moments ago. An older gentlemen wandered in and asked me if I was selling any cards today? Even though it was none of his business, I responded with, "Yep, sure am." Then he hit me with the bomb, "How much is a Goudey Joe DiMaggio Rookie Card worth?" Now he would have to know a little something about cards to know about the Goudey brand. They aren't exactly as plentiful as early 90s commons. I told him that the value would depend entirely on the condition of the card. "I had it graded about 15 years ago" he continued. I almost fainted. Not only did he know the term Goudey but now he was talking about graded cards. Could it be too good to be true? "What did it grade?" I asked. "I don't remember" he answered. blink.gif Now wait a minute, this guy has a very rare Goudey Joe DiMaggio rookie card, he went to the trouble and expense of having it graded, and he doesn't know the grade? Maybe he has so many awesome rare vintage jewels that this card is no big deal. Maybe Joltin' Joe's rookie card is just another piece of cardboard amongst his epic collection. I just have a hard time believeing that if someone had something so rare and potentially valuable that they wouldn't have any idea what grade the card received after having it professionally graded. I mean my memory is horrible, but I'm pretty sure that little fact is something I could retain.

Before the DiMaggio debacle a guy came in and stated that he had a question. I waited patiently for the madness to ensue. "I have a collection of about 30,000 cards that i need to sell. I got them from an older man. I'm not looking to piece them out. I want to sell them all for $800." I then went on to explain that I'm only looking for card produced BEFORE 1980. He then continued about all the great cards he had, stacks and stack of Derek Jeter rookies, Alex Rodriguez rookies, and Trot Nixon whom he said "should be hot right now". That is where I cut him off. "Trot Nixon hasn't playe din the major leagues in years. He was an average player at best even in his prime" I said. "Not Trot Nixon, that guy that is so hot right now, what's his name?" he asked. Somehow I made the connection between Trot and Trout and asked, "Mike Trout?" The guy lit up with excitement. "Yeah there is a bunch of him in there" he said. He then went on to explain that this collection also had a 1991 Topps Desert Shield Chipper Jones rookie and a 1990 Topps Frank Thomas No Name on the Front rookie. Just so happens that those are two of the most rare cards from the early 90s. Of course he has them BOTH. Then he showed me his shrewd negotiating skills and said, "I only gave $100 for them all". laugh.gif Well, that takes the cake. Not only does this guy have the only desireable cards from a an entire decade but he was only trying to make a modest 800% profit off me. I told him that I don't buy large lots anymore due to the volume of cards I have in inventory and I only look for a few specific things. Then I sent him away to another guy I know that has an eBay store and is always looking for inventory. My luck the guy actually did have all that stuff. Oh well, i will still sleep tonight without all those Trot Nixon rookies. smile.gif
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Sep 25 2012, 05:03 PM


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I have his event used relic card from 2011 Topps.
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Sep 25 2012, 05:01 PM


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I went back and checked and EVERY 2007 Topps card I have is "autographed" !!! I can't believe I am so lucky......
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Sep 17 2012, 11:53 AM


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QUOTE(dodgerblue38501 @ Sep 5 2012, 10:34 AM)
A guy in full western gear complete with boots, hat, string tie, and handlebar mustache sauntered in and began to look around. His wife was dressed in a frilly flowing dress straight out of a 1960s western movie. I had seen this guy several times at my previous location and had been approached by him more than once to tell the same story about a bunch of wrestling magazines that he wanted to sell. Now I admit, my memory isn't as sharp as it used to be, but I remember faces and especially remember the outlandish things these people say. I mean, if you see the same person EVERY week for 10 years, don't you think you would at least recognize them? I guess I am not very memorable because several times people have approached me to tell me the exact same story as they did a couple months prior not realizing that they have talked to me several times. Then again, given the level of intellect involved in most of their stories it shouldn't surprise me I guess. It does surprise me that some of these people can actually find their way home and back again to repeat their crazy tales. The guy looked around for a minute then asked, "How much is Dan Marino?" unsure.gif "What Dan Marino item are you asking about?" I wondered. "Rookie" the man said. "Marino's rookie card is from the 1984 Topps set. It has a book value of $60." I said. "I got one." the man firmly stated. There was a pause I assume waiting for me to applaud, high five him, or hug it out like bros. "Yeah, I have one down there in the display case labeled Football Rookie Cards." I answered. "What about Peyton Manning's rookie?" the man continued. "Peyton has probably 50 or more different rookie cards so it would depend on which one you have" I answered. "The main one" the man said. blink.gif At this point any shred of patience I had for this ridiculously dressed individual went right out the window. "Manning's rookies range from about $10 to $1500 depending on what you have" I again continued. "Mine is from the 80s" he again stated with a poker face. "Peyton Manning was in grade school in the 80s. His first year in the NFL was 1998" I said with distain in my voice. This drew a few chuckles from some other regular customers who were browsing around the shop. The man's wife then chimed in and stated, "You really know your cards!" At that point my self esteem had never been higher. Receiving such a fine compliment from a couple of Bonanza stage hands really made my day. "Yes, I have been dealing with sports memorabilia most of my life" I affirmed to the lady. "Do you want to buy some wrestling magazines?" the man chimed in. "What era are they from?" I asked. "80s" the man deadpanned. "Most of my wrestling customers are younger kids and they only know the current stars. They don't know many of the guys from the past." I said. "That's a shame. That was back when they really 'rassled. They didn't fake it back then." the man said proving once and for all that he was in fact dilusional. "I may have to bring my cards in to sell them to you" the man said as he and his wife walked away. I can hardly wait for that money train to roll into the station. Of course, I'm sure we will have this conversation again several times before I ever see any cards from 'ol Tex. smile.gif

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Another weekend of wild and wooley action from the trenches of sports memorabilia sales, has come and gone. More of the same silly questions, mass produced 90s gold mines, and people trying to haggle on a $3 item.

A couple weeks ago, I shared a story about the King of the Cowboys (story quoted above) who came in and told me of all the great things he had including a Dan Marino Rookie Card and a Peyton Manning Rookie Card, his "main one", from the 1980s. Well, guess who showed up again yesterday? Yep, it was 'ole Handlebar Tex. He was similarly dressed and this time flying solo minus his wife. He strolled up to me and asked, "Do you buy cards?" mad.gif "You asked me that two weeks ago, and the answer is still the same. I am only looking for cards produced BEFORE 1980" I answered. "I did?" he acted surprised apparently not remembering our exchange. "What about Dan Marino?" he asked. I just looked at him filled with rage. "I got his rookie card" he said. "So do I" I replied. "You wouldn't buy that?" he asked again. "Not interested" I replied shortly. "I got Peyton Manning's rookie card too" he said yet again. Again I just looked at him. "I need to bring them by and maybe we can work out a deal" he said as he was walking away. "I'm pretty well stocked on Manning too" I said to the back of his head. "It's from the 80s" he said as he left the shop. "Thanks buddy" I heard him exclaim from somewhere down the aisle. I swear if this guy comes back one more time and tells me this same crap, I WILL snap. I can't take it anymore. The sheer level of stupidity and general cluelessness is getting to me. I would post a sign stating what exactly I am buying but it wouldn't do any good. I give the same answer to that stupid question EVERY time, "I'm only looking for cards produced BEFORE 1980". Everyone always says that they have some "old ones", then they roll in with 1991 Donruss commons. After years of this same nonsense, it is really wearing on me. Maybe 1 out of 5 people that I talk to has any idea about sports or collectibles. The rest are complete idiots. I have got to find a way to set up a webcam or something. Peoplel will never understand how frustrating it is unless they see it first hand. Thank goodness, I am on vacation next week. I really, really, really, really need a few days away to clear my head.
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Sep 13 2012, 11:49 PM


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What about the movie with Cher who had the son with the deformity. He was kinda like the elephant boy. He was an avid card collector in the movie. Also, the TV series, The Wonder Years, featured a young Fred Savage trading cards with his friend Paul on several ocassions.
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Sep 9 2012, 10:58 PM


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QUOTE(hugeeaglesfan @ Sep 9 2012, 12:10 AM)
Would you be interested in an autographed Babe Ruth or Mickey Mantle baseball?
-No, man. I only collect baseball cards from 1986-1995. Sorry that I can't help you.
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The guy that actually asked me that brought in about 3 or 4 stacks of early 90s commons wrapped in rubber bands and proceeded to tell me that he had some "old ones" in there. He spread all that junk out over one of my display cases, removed a Steve Yzerman base card, because as he explained, "that was a very rare one", then he showed me the 'older" ones which included the ancient treasure of a 1991 Donruss Cecil Fielder Diamond King. Let's just say I'm not holding my breath on the Ruth/Mantle baseball. laugh.gif
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Sep 5 2012, 11:34 AM


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I haven't updated this thread in a little while. I've found that new material is hard to come by as I keep getting the same old tired questions. I am still constantly asked if I buy cards. I am also still constantly confronted by folks who get very excited to tell me about all the great items they own especially 24kt gold Dale Earnhardt cards and Pinnacle cards in a can. Below are a few of the more memorable encounters from recent weeks. Enjoy!

A lady came in last weekend and looked around then asked me, "Do you know anything about baseball cards?" blink.gif After I assured her that I had at least heard of these things called baseball cards, she commenced with her story. Apparently she had acquired some cards in a trade for a colt. Not Johnny Unitas or Peyton Manning.....an actual horse! She continued on about all the cards she had....blah....blah....blah....she looked around and from time to time would say, "I have that one!" or "I think I have him!" as she peered cluelessly into my display cases. After realizing the cardboard fortune she possessed she left me with this, "I got all those cards and now I'm getting the colt back because the lady can't afford to feed it." I told her lucky for me my cards don't eat anything and I encouraged her to saddle up and bring me her awesome cards to check out before wishing her Happy Trails! laugh.gif

Continuing with the western theme, a guy in full western gear complete with boots, hat, string tie, and handlebar mustache sauntered in and began to look around. His wife was dressed in a frilly flowing dress straight out of a 1960s western movie. I had seen this guy several times at my previous location and had been approached by him more than once to tell the same story about a bunch of wrestling magazines that he wanted to sell. Now I admit, my memory isn't as sharp as it used to be, but I remember faces and especially remember the outlandish things these people say. I mean, if you see the same person EVERY week for 10 years, don't you think you would at least recognize them? I guess I am not very memorable because several times people have approached me to tell me the exact same story as they did a couple months prior not realizing that they have talked to me several times. Then again, given the level of intellect involved in most of their stories it shouldn't surprise me I guess. It does surprise me that some of these people can actually find their way home and back again to repeat their crazy tales. The guy looked around for a minute then asked, "How much is Dan Marino?" unsure.gif "What Dan Marino item are you asking about?" I wondered. "Rookie" the man said. "Marino's rookie card is from the 1984 Topps set. It has a book value of $60." I said. "I got one." the man firmly stated. There was a pause I assume waiting for me to applaud, high five him, or hug it out like bros. "Yeah, I have one down there in the display case labeled Football Rookie Cards." I answered. "What about Peyton Manning's rookie?" the man continued. "Peyton has probably 50 or more different rookie cards so it would depend on which one you have" I answered. "The main one" the man said. blink.gif At this point any shred of patience I had for this ridiculously dressed individual went right out the window. "Manning's rookies range from about $10 to $1500 depending on what you have" I again continued. "Mine is from the 80s" he again stated with a poker face. "Peyton Manning was in grade school in the 80s. His first year in the NFL was 1998" I said with distain in my voice. This drew a few chuckles from some other regular customers who were browsing around the shop. The man's wife then chimed in and stated, "You really know your cards!" At that point my self esteem had never been higher. Receiving such a fine compliment from a couple of Bonanza stage hands really made my day. "Yes, I have been dealing with sports memorabilia most of my life" I affirmed to the lady. "Do you want to buy some wrestling magazines?" the man chimed in. "What era are they from?" I asked. "80s" the man deadpanned. "Most of my wrestling customers are younger kids and they only know the current stars. They don't know many of the guys from the past." I said. "That's a shame. That was back when they really 'rassled. They didn't fake it back then." the man said proving once and for all that he was in fact dilusional. "I may have to bring my cards in to sell them to you" the man said as he and his wife walked away. I can hardly wait for that money train to roll into the station. Of course, I'm sure we will have this conversation again several times before I ever see any cards from 'ol Tex. smile.gif

And now for a few of the better quotes recently overheard at the shop......

"Do you take cash?"

"Kevin Durant played for the Sonics?"
followed by ........"I didn't know the Sonics moved to Oklahoma City."

"My dad found about 8 or 10 Steve McNair plaques on clearance at the Dollar Store. How much would they be worth?"
followed by........"Oh, I would never sell them."

"I'm looking for the new 2013 Fleer baseball cards."

"Would you be interested in an autographed baseball signed by Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle?"

"Are you here all the time?"

"Do you have any old Pete McGee rookie cards?"

"Is Barry Bonds retired?"

"How much are those old Pee-knuckle cards in a can worth?"

"When did they start making hockey cards?"

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Beckett is better for modern cards (Chromes, RC Autos, etc). PSA is better for vintage stuff up through the early 80s like HOF RCs. SGC is the best for really old pre war stuff. The problem is that you need a yearly membership to submit cards to PSA. At least, I assume you still need one. I had one but let it expire a few years back. BGS should be fine for the cards you have although PSA would be just as good. Personally, I've never liked the idea of Beckett, who produces the price guide that is used as the industry standard, also being a grading company whose graded cards just happen to be valued higher than any other companies graded cards. Just a matter of preference I guess.
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Aug 29 2012, 11:53 AM


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I have some autographed 8x10s that I am selling to clear out some excess inventory. If anyone has any interest in any of my photos, let me know and I will send a picture. Any of these that are left over after this week are going to eBay Sunday 8/12. Check out my other posts for more photos. Thanks!

Kurt Busch - Pro Star Sports - $15
Ryan Newman - Pro Star Sports - $15

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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Aug 7 2012, 10:11 PM


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I have some autographed 8x10s that I am selling to clear out some excess inventory. If anyone has any interest in any photos on this list, let me know and I will send a picture. Any of these that are left over after this week are going to eBay Sunday 8/12. Check out my other posts for more photos. Thanks!


Dave Batista - In Person - Signature has slightly bled - $15
Evan Bourne - JSA Sticker - $15
Beautiful People (Angelina Love & Velvet Sky) - In Person - $25
Maria Kannelis - JSA Sticker - $15
Angelina Love - In Person - $15



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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Aug 7 2012, 10:07 PM


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I have some autographed 8x10s that I am selling to clear out some excess inventory. If anyone has any interest in any of my photos, let me know and I will send a picture. Any of these that are left over after this week are going to eBay Sunday 8/12. Check out my other posts for more photos. Thanks!

Adam Vinatieri - #4 Inscription - PSA/DNA - $25



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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Aug 7 2012, 10:04 PM


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I have some autographed 8x10s that I am selling to clear out some excess inventory. If anyone has any interest in any of my photos, let me know and I will send a picture. Any of these that are left over after this week are going to eBay Sunday 8/12. Check my other posts for more photos. Thanks!

Hollywood Henderson - Serial Numbered Sticker on back from Rounding Third Brooklyn, OH - $10
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I have some autographed 8x10s that I am selling to clear out some excess inventory. If anyone has any interest in any photos on this list, let me know and I will send a picture. Any of these that are left over after this week are going to eBay Sunday 8/12. Thanks!

Johnny Bench - JSA LOA - $25
Johnny Blanchard (Deceased) - Black Gold Promotions - $15
Clete Boyer (Deceased) - #6 Inscription - Black Gold Promotions - $15
Andre Dawson (Caricature) - JSA LOA - $10
Bob Feller (Deceased) HOF '62 Inscription - In Person - $25
Bob Feller (Deceased) HOF '62 / 3 No Hitters Inscription - PSA/DNA - $35
Tommy John - Black gold Promotions - $15
Gaylord Perry - JSA LOA - $20
Bobby Richardson - #1 Inscription - In Person - $15
Nolan Ryan - JSA LOA - $45
Darryl Strawberry - JSA LOA - $10
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dodgerblue38501 Posted on: Aug 7 2012, 09:58 PM


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I have some autographed 8x10s that I am selling to clear out some excess inventory. If anyone has any interest in any photos on this list, let me know and I will send a picture. Any of these that are left over after this week are going to eBay Sunday 8/12. Thanks!

BASEBALL
Johnny Bench - JSA LOA - $25
Johnny Blanchard (Deceased) - Black Gold Promotions - $15
Clete Boyer (Deceased) - #6 Inscription - Black Gold Promotions - $15
Andre Dawson (Caricature) - JSA LOA - $10
Bob Feller (Deceased) HOF '62 Inscription - In Person - $25
Bob Feller (Deceased) HOF '62 / 3 No Hitters Inscription - PSA/DNA - $35
Tommy John - Black gold Promotions - $15
Gaylord Perry - JSA LOA - $20
Bobby Richardson - #1 Inscription - In Person - $15
Nolan Ryan - JSA LOA - $45
Darryl Strawberry - JSA LOA - $10

FOOTBALL
Hollywood Henderson - Serial Numbered Sticker from Rounding Third Brooklyn, OH - $10
Adam Vinatieri - #4 Inscription - PSA/DNA - $25

WRESTLING
Dave Batista - In Person - Signature has slightly bled - $15
Evan Bourne - JSA Sticker - $15
Beautiful People (Angelina Love & Velvet Sky) - In Person - $25
Maria Kannelis - JSA Sticker - $15
Angelina Love -In Person - $15

NASCAR
Kurt Busch - Pro Star Sports - $15
Ryan Newman - Pro Star Sports - $15
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