August 13, 2016
The 1955 Topps All-American set is one of my favorite sets. Unfortunately most of the gentlemen in the set aren’t still with us and able to sign autographs. If I can’t have that, there’s still a very adequate option.
I decided to work on the 2005 Topps All American Retired Edition set. I got the first of these back and now I only need 90 more. I’m not much of an NFL guy but since I saw that Dan Fouts will sign multiple cards, I figured I’d send a couple of others with it.
I sent the miscut Record Breaker card for a reason. Nobody was ever going to give this card any love in the state that it was in. Now, it has a “new life.”
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