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vrooomed

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 -- Dan --

More years in the hobby than I care to admit.

spazmatastic

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Largest collections: by Team, then Athlete
STL Cardinals (MLB) - 3000+ cards

Carolina Panthers (NFL) - 1600+ cards

Jimmie Johnson (NASCAR) - 1150+ cards

Ozzie Smith (MLB) - 600+ cards

Mark Martin (NASCAR) - 600+ cards

sandyrusty

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olerud363

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Collecting John Olerud, Toronto Blue Jays, and 1974 to present Topps baseball. Cardboard Corner

Mitch

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Most of the cards I own are older than me

Billy Kingsley

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Collect for the love of the hobby! I feel that every sport should get a card set documenting it's year, with full season stats on the back.

Writer of Cardboard History  & Nothing But Nets | My COMC- nothing over 75 cents!

Tips on how to make your scans look like the card does in hand (No more washed out, fuzzy scans!): http://cardboardhistory.blogspot.com/p/how-to-make-your-scans-look-like-cards.html

olerud363

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Collecting John Olerud, Toronto Blue Jays, and 1974 to present Topps baseball. Cardboard Corner

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