Does anyone collect/sell football cards?

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Does anyone collect/sell football cards?

Postby Kearse Words » Tue Dec 18, 2018 3:20 pm

Hey all thought I'd take a shot here since these forums are pretty active.

I collect a bunch of different players: Larry Fitzgerald, Victor Cruz, Tyler Boyd and Mohamed Sanu.

I am looking for this VERY specific Mohamed Sanu card and was wondering if anyone has it.

Panini Prominence 2012 Rookie Signatures Mohamed Sanu letter "U".

I have the SAN and cant seem to find the U anywhere.
(even if you dont have it and can direct me to someone who does, much appreciated)
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Re: Does anyone collect/sell football cards?

Postby JFever » Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:53 pm

Sorry, can’t help ya with your card. Surprised you can’t find it by searching on amazon. I have in the past, actively collected baseball cards. Prob have several thousand bucks worth. Got a complete set of 1962 Topps. Some real stud cards in that set. Koufax, Mantle, R.Maris, H.Aaron, Clemente, yogi, Mays, H.Killebrew & A nice variety collection of stars from 65-92 or so. I do have 40-50 football cards from 1966 I think. Fred Belitnikoff rookie... unfortunately no Joe Namath. Good luck to you & your search.
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