Looking for Vintage Baseball 1956-1972; lots of lower condition vintage FT

schmidtfan

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Hi trading friends

I've finally taken the quarantine time to update my vintage need and trade list. It's here:

https://samstradingpost.com/trader/schmidtfanneeds.aspx


I am looking for Vintage cards from 1956-1972, with priorities of 1963, 1964, 1969, 1971, and 1972. For a lot of years, I need non-high number commons. I will take any condition!

I have a good bit to trade, but most of my cards are lower condition, and a lot are commons themselves. If you need EXMT, I might not be the best trader for you. But I do have some stars, some high numbers (especially 1963 and 1970), so take a look.

Thanks!

--Paul
 

greatdadx2

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Interested in these..Please let me know what you have as far as the variations....

WB= White Back
GB= Grey Back


1959:
102
163
200WB
205GB
212WB
232GB
239GB
240GB
250GB
258WB
267GB
270
272GB
322 NO TRADE
360
416(No circle around copyright symbol, no period after "A" in U.S.A.)


1970:
637,639,649,655,657,658,660,666,669,673,677,683,685,690,694,697,710
 

richloughlin

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Paul:

I have these vintage cards from your wantlist:

1960 328 Topps Earl Battey
1960 453 Topps Vern Law
1961 213 Topps Bill Stafford
1961 278 Topps Don McMahon
1961 348 Topps Steve Boros
1962 480 Topps Harvey Kuenn
1965 209 Topps Team Card
1965 217 Topps Walter Alston
1965 351 Topps Jim Perry
1967 419 Topps Don Kessinger
1968 338 Topps Bob Johnson

Can you PM me your trade list from the 1960's?

Thanks,


Rich
 

schmidtfan

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Rich, thanks for your post.

I'm finishing up a big trade which will affect my trade list--will send you a finalized one tomorrow. Most of my tradeable cards are VG or worse. Is that OK for you?
 

richloughlin

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schmidtfan: That condition should be OK. I can always try to get better copies of the cards in the future. Let me know which ones you have available after the trade.

Thanks,


Rich
 
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