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Look What We Bought This Week!

Each week the Dave & Adam’s buying team spends thousands of dollars on adding new items to our inventory. This past week was a busy one for Bob and the crew and as you will see it certainly paid off.

Although we are known for buying massive amounts of raw and graded vintage singles, we are also interested in modern high-end cards as well. Check out this gorgeous Yu Darvish card we bought;

2012 Bowman Chrome Blue Refractor Autograph #’d to 250

In the baseball set department, we ended up making a deal for a 1971 Topps Complete Set. The set is in EX+ condition but many of the cards are even nicer then that.

Key cards in this set are Thurman Munson (2nd year), Pete Rose, Tom Seaver, Al Kaline, Hank Aaron, Ernie Banks and Willie Mays. The design is a true classic in the hobby world and one of Topps most beautiful sets.

A couple of boxes from the early 1980s came through as well, most notably a 1986 Topps Football Wax Box.

Key cards in this set include Rookie Cards of Hall of Fame members Jerry Rice, Reggie White & Steve Young.

Finally, we wanted to share with you something new we started buying recently here at Dave & Adam’s – COMIC BOOKS!! Here is a sample of just a few of the numerous comic book purchases we have made this past week. All are CGC Graded:

 X-Men #94, CGC Graded 8.0

The Amazing Spider Man #1, GCG Graded 3.0

Showcase 22, The first appearance of  the Silver Age Green Lantern, GCG Graded 4.5

We are always buying raw and PSA graded singles, modern singles, complete sets, unopened boxes AND CGC Graded Comic Books.

Please visit our buying page to find out how you can turn your old collection into cash.

Dave and Adam's Card World

About Dave and Adam's Card World

Dave and Adam's Card World is one of the largest sellers of trading cards and collectibles in the world. Located just outside of Buffalo NY, the company operates five retail stores as well as the e-commerce website www.dacardworld.com
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