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TC84

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Looking for these cards of Cowboys. I don't have much vintage for trade, but I have several modern cards. I may let some of my PC cards go for nicer high valued cards I list. I don't anticipate all to be NMMT cards, but EXMT/EXMT+ is expected, and I will be selective in what I trade for from now on. Cards should meet these criteria: Centered, no creases, no rounded corners, no excessive corner wear, no edge dings... Also pictures of the card you have would be helpful. Link to photos of my cards for trade is in my Sig. Thanks.
TC

Jerry Tubbs: '61 Fleer #48, '62 Topps #45, '63 Topps #80
Don Perkins: '62 Topps #41 RC, '64 Phil. #53, '66 Phil. #62, '69 Topps #144
Eddie LeBaron: '61 Fleer #40, '63 Topps #73 SP
Don Meredith: '61 Fleer #41 RC, '62 Topps #39 SP, '63 Topps #74 SP, '64 Phil. #51, '66 Phil. #61, '67 Phil. #57, '69 Topps #75
Bill Howton: '63 Topps #77
Chuck Howley: '66 Phil. #59 RC, '67 Phil. #53, '70 Topps #228
Danny Villanueva: '66 Phil. #64
Bob Lilly: '63 Topps #82 RC/SP, '69 Topps #53, **'72 Topps #280 AP**, '73 Topps #450, '74 Topps #250, '75 Topps #175 UER
Calvin Hill: '70 Topps #260 RC (Name in Red or Black), '72 Topps #224, '73 Topps #35,
Bob Hayes: '66 Phil. #58 RC, '67 Phil. #52, '68 Topps #103, '73 Topps #274, '74 Topps #28
Dan Reeves: '67 Phil. #58 RC, '68 Topps #77
Cornell Green: '66 Phil. #57, '68 Topps #216, '70 Topps #164, '73 Topps #344
Harvey Martin: '77 Topps #427, '78 Topps #110, '79 Topps #510
Jethro Pugh: '74 Topps #387
Rayfield Wright: **'72 Topps #316 RC**
Walt Garrison: **'72 Topps #301**, '73 Topps #421, '74 Topps #335, '75 Topps #341
D.D. Lewis: '74 Topps #303 RC
Drew Pearson:
'76 Topps #313, '77 Topps #130, '78 Topps #350, '79 Topps #70
Roger Staubach: '77 Topps #45, '78 Topps #290, '79 Topps #400
Randy White: '78 Topps #60, '79 Topps #290
1980 Marketcom Mini Posters: #10 Charlie Waters, #15 Harvey Martin, #24 Tony Dorsett, #34 Cliff Harris
 
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The two cards on your want list that you are going to have a really hard time finding are the 1972 Topps Bob Lilly and Rayfield Wright All Pro cards. Those 1972 high number cards are REALLY hard to find. And when you do come across them (which is about as often as you come across a hen with teeth), you have to pay through the nose to get them. Those cards are numbered 265 and above and luckily the Staubach RC was a lower # card or that card would book for thousands!

Hopefully you get exccedinly lcuky getting those but I'd bet nything those will end up being the last two you need from that want list.
 
The two cards on your want list that you are going to have a really hard time finding are the 1972 Topps Bob Lilly and Rayfield Wright All Pro cards. Those 1972 high number cards are REALLY hard to find. And when you do come across them (which is about as often as you come across a hen with teeth), you have to pay through the nose to get them. Those cards are numbered 265 and above and luckily the Staubach RC was a lower # card or that card would book for thousands!

Hopefully you get exccedinly lcuky getting those but I'd bet nything those will end up being the last two you need from that want list.
Wow I had no idea... this is why I love this site, not just great traders, but valuable info. I will star those cards on my paper list and expect to try looking for them after getting the others. I do live in Arkansas so there are a lot of chickens down here! lol
 
I've got bad news and good news for you. The good news is that the 1972 Bob Lilly #145 is an easy card to get as it is not in the high # series. So you don't need the **** for that card. The bad news is there are 2 Rayfield Wright cards. His RC that you have listed and the All Pro card #266 which is a high #. That one would need the *** if you are chasing that one.

It ends up 6 Cowboys are in that high series which are the cards numbered 264 and higher.. The other 3 are Walt Garrison and 2 John Nilands both his regular card and his All Pro.
 
I've got bad news and good news for you. The good news is that the 1972 Bob Lilly #145 is an easy card to get as it is not in the high # series. So you don't need the **** for that card. The bad news is there are 2 Rayfield Wright cards. His RC that you have listed and the All Pro card #266 which is a high #. That one would need the *** if you are chasing that one.

It ends up 6 Cowboys are in that high series which are the cards numbered 264 and higher.. The other 3 are Walt Garrison and 2 John Nilands both his regular card and his All Pro.
Thanks for the info! I may add the Garrison to the list... with ***
 
This is what I found:
 

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I think I already asked about your Emmitt Zenith Z-Team card... is it available?
Didn't see any other Emmitt's or any Aikman. I'm only interested in Rarer 90's/Numbered/Patch/Gold Parallels/Autos stuff of them, so if it's all base, no need to dig through all of it.
And I'm purging my baseball PC... I just changed it to For Trade, with a few cards taken out, but you may find something in there you can use now.
Thanks,
TC
 
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