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Larry
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Re: Amazon Verse Ebay

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May 3 2017, 5:34 AM 

I posted about my Deans Cards purchase over on the Net54 baseball site. On the main page under subject "Doctor, Doctor, Give me a Dean-ectomy!!!!!! Also in the Football cards forum under subject "New Football Acquisitions". Check it out.

My experience for this purchase was a good price for a great product. Three tough rookie cards ( two of them short prints) that I have been searching for nearly five years. Shipped lightning fast for free.

1952 Bowman Large football set I need just one more card to complete my set!

Larry

"if you are buying from Dean's Cards you are severely overpaying for a poor product. Consensus is that he is the absolute biggest ripoff in card sellers"



    
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J0hn Raff3rty
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Re: Amazon Verse Ebay

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May 3 2017, 6:37 AM 

Dean's stuff is normally overpriced, but sometimes there are gems in the rough that you can find. Those are my results as well. I don't write off any seller because in this hobby, information is imperfect, and not every card can be overpriced because no seller knows the market value of every card.

 
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May 3 2017, 9:19 AM 

I recently picked up a Becker elephant cards lot of (10) with a wrapper for $3.00 shipped. Thought that was an okay deal. I normally ditch them when I'm looking for singles for baseball sets I'm working on. They are beyond ridiculously priced on those. Even with a 50% discount, they would be overpriced. Not sure what the angle is there either. It's not like there's a dearth of 1950's/1960's Topps baseball sellers out there. That's not a thinly traded niche..................

 
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