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NameNick Jenkins
Date2007-06-19
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MessageStumbled on your profile on AuctionBytes.com, found myself on Smackdown, and thought I'd give you a heads up on a new site you might find interesting. Betcha.com -- a sort of "ebay for bets." Bet on anything and everything -- the only limit is your imagination. Check it out -- if you like an occasional wager, you may find it of interest.


NameAuthentic Signed Sports
Date2006-05-06
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MessageGood job, expose all those frauds out there. They make it dificult for the honest dealers. http://www.authenticsignedsports.com/


NameJim
Date2006-03-28
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MessageJust discovered this site and I just wanted to say Thanks for the Knowledge that you guys are sharing.I appreciate the tips that are all over this site. smilie


NameAlex
Date2006-01-30
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MessageTerry
Bleeding is a common characteristic in the Goudey's however If you are thinking of bidding on this item I would ask the seller for a copy of the PSA documentation or ask them to add a pic to their auction.


NameTerry
Date2006-01-30
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MessageJust concerned about Ebay auction 8757415433. Up for auction here is a 1933 GOUDEY BABE RUTH #144. If you look at the back of the card, the card stock is so thin you can see the front bleeding through it. You can actually make out George Herman and see the top of the Babe's head on the No. 144. Is this normal for these cards to have such a thin card stock? The auction says PSA sent it back for evidence of trimming. Would make sense to me to include the documentation from PSA stating this. I don't know much about earlier cards such as this, just thought I would bring it up.


NameTerry
Date2006-01-30
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MessageJust concerned about Ebay auction 8757415433. Up for auction here is a 1933 GOUDEY BABE RUTH #144. If you look at the back of the card, the card stock is so thin you can see the front bleeding through it. You can actually make out George Herman and see the top of the Babe's head on the No. 144. Is this normal for these cards to have such a thin card stock? The auction says PSA sent it back for evidence of trimming. Would make sense to me tho include the documentation from PSA stating this. I don't know much about earlier cards such as this, just thought I would bring it up.


NameDave
Date2005-12-27
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MessageEbay Item#8741888716

Another note, this isn\'t any auction--they\'re selling a T206 Cobb Red Back/a 33 Goudey Ruth Red Back/Mantles/ all sorts of wondrous cards--again which they \'know nothing about..\'


NameDave
Date2005-12-27
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MessageEbay Item#8741888716

I hope you guys can nail this one. I love the 'I know nothing about baseball cards' then browsing their extensive bidding list of high dollar cards!!
PLEASE ADVISE!!


Namealinchitown
Date2005-12-08
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MessageGerald P (aka MALADY4U)
We all know most of the stuff your selling is junk, if it wasn't you'd have it graded by someone reputable and make some real money on it. The dumb asses that purchased that crap and gave you a positive would be surpirsed if the sent those cards in to be graded.


NameGerald P.
Date2005-11-27
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MessageEBAY ID: MALADY4U
Check current items-but most importantly-the completed items and 92 100% feedback!


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