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Food Issues and Oddballs for Trade - Updated

Are you looking for oddball cards of your favorite player or team that you might not have had a chance to get when they came out?

Check out my list of oddball and food issue cards for trade.

There are some Kellogg's, Hostess, Post and other sets and stars you might need or know someone who does.

I'm looking to trade for 1976 Topps needs so let me know what you want and check out my 1976 Topps want list.

I didn't realize that I hadn't placed the page in the list of trade pages on the right!

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  1. I've got these to trade

    Base: 54, 362, 376, 425, 538, 542, 598, 610, 617, 656.

    traded: checklist (marked), 411, 428, 434, 497, 524, 527, 532,

    email me jfmjr1 at aol.com

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