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Thread: 1977 Topps Successful Addresses

  1. #16
    Thanks a bunch!
    Don Money AKA Chris B.

    Proud Owner of the BSL's Milwaukee Brewers

  2. #17
    I know Goose Gossage, Ken Reitz, and Mike Tyson sign ttm, often with no fee for Gossage.

    Check sportscardforum.com they have a great ttm database, more frequently updated than the bench.

    Fun project, post your successes when they start rolling in!!
    "For nothing will be impossible for God" ~ Luke 1:37

  3. #18
    I just got back Al Hrbosky in under 2 weeks via address in TTM area, give him a shot.
    All cards I have are grade EX or higher(unless noted), I expect the same in return

  4. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by abeabe View Post
    I just got back Al Hrbosky in under 2 weeks via address in TTM area, give him a shot.


    I'll have to try that as soon as I can land a 77 T card of the Mad Hungarian! Lol
    Don Money AKA Chris B.

    Proud Owner of the BSL's Milwaukee Brewers

  5. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by don money View Post
    I'll have to try that as soon as I can land a 77 T card of the Mad Hungarian! Lol
    Have met Al several times, a very nice man, I know for a fact he signs all of his mail personally, and does a very nice job, frequently adding the Mad Hungarian inscription!
    "For nothing will be impossible for God" ~ Luke 1:37

  6. #21
    I sent Al a 77 Topps and he signed Mad Hungarian! I am thrilled!!!
    Don Money AKA Chris B.

    Proud Owner of the BSL's Milwaukee Brewers

  7. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by don money View Post
    I sent Al a 77 Topps and he signed Mad Hungarian! I am thrilled!!!
    AWESOME! So glad for you, he and Fredbird are coming to one of my schools later in the month, he is a very nice guy!

    God bless,

    Kevin
    "For nothing will be impossible for God" ~ Luke 1:37

  8. #23
    Just got a return from Tom Walker. Address is in the database.
    Will trade for vintage and current Pittsburgh Pirates, Pirates certified and TTM/IP autos, '70s food issues and oddballs, 1979-80 Topps and OPC hockey, vintage soccer, and other randomosities.

    Check out the most eclectic tradelist on the Bench!

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