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Would you buy an overpriced card?

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DarkConvoy

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Someday my cards may double in value and then be worth half of what I paid for them.

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Baseball: 1957 + 61 Topps, 1950 + 53 Bowman (Color), If i win the lottery maybe i will try to finish an 1887 Buchner Gold Coin and the 1914 and 1915 Cracker Jack Sets too

DarkConvoy

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DarkConvoy

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Someday my cards may double in value and then be worth half of what I paid for them.

DarkConvoy

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