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Neil the Eagle 02-01-2004 07:02 PM

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Originally posted by El Aguila
If a woman ever chances across this thread, she'll piss herself.
Mine already has, until she saw the cheque book stubs :eek:

Axie 09-01-2004 03:44 PM

There's a Pattreiouex Casket Crystal Palace 1922 cigarette football card currently on ebay

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...category=47423

8 hours left. 46GBP at the moment. Out of my price range unfortunately.

Dorking .Eagle 09-01-2004 04:07 PM

You don't say.......


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Originally posted by Dorking .Eagle
Darn it! One of the two Pattreiouex cigarette cards that I am after is up for auction on ebay right now. But the cheeky seller has started the auction at a ridiculous 29 or you can "buy it now" for ninety odd quid. No thanks. Them cards are worth 5-6 each and I would rather wait a few more years and pay a fair price rather than be ripped off to that extent.

(Plus I don't think it is so rare that I won't find one elsewhere sometime anyway)


Axie 09-01-2004 04:09 PM

That'll teach me for not reading the whole thread.:confused:

Just trying to be helpful.

Dorking .Eagle 09-01-2004 04:23 PM

As long as you are not the same guy who just outbid me on the Feebury "stamp":veryangry :veryangry :veryangry :veryangry :veryangry :veryangry :veryangry :

Neil the Eagle 09-01-2004 07:41 PM

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Originally posted by Dorking .Eagle
As long as you are not the same guy who just outbid me on the Feebury "stamp"
Don't think you need to be a genius to work that out ;)

Axie isn't party to the 'gentleman's agreement' not to bid against each other that exists between a few of us regular Palace ebayers (neither has he even been asked if he would like to join to my knowledge).

Dorking .Eagle 12-01-2004 09:23 AM

Fair enough, and I wasn't being that serious. Indeed I was outbid on a 1990 replica home cup final shirt (not the one in the last few days) by an ebayer called Aprussell. Fair do's I suppose - that's the whole point of ebay - it's a buyers market (as illustrated by the barmy prices you have to pay to get some of the decent stuff on there these days!)

Axie 12-01-2004 10:25 AM

Yes sorry Dorking, as Neil cleverly deduced that was me, I didn't realise it was you (although maybe if I'd put two and two together I could have worked it out).

I do try and not to bid now if I do recognize the id but in this case I was going through quickly and put a bid in. If it's any consolation I paid over the odds for it.

Dorking .Eagle 12-01-2004 10:31 AM

No probs, wasn't the end of the day, these sort of things have a habit of turning up again from time to time anyway.

Wonder what the Pattreiouex casket card ended up going for????

Axie 12-01-2004 10:54 AM

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Originally posted by Dorking .Eagle
Wonder what the Pattreiouex casket card ended up going for????
46 !!!!!!

Dorking .Eagle 12-01-2004 10:56 AM

That's bonkers!

arussell 12-01-2004 11:07 AM

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Originally posted by Dorking .Eagle
Fair enough, and I wasn't being that serious. Indeed I was outbid on a 1990 replica home cup final shirt (not the one in the last few days) by an ebayer called Aprussell.
Well if it makes you feel better DE - I didn't win it, as the price was going far too high and I stopped :)

Perhaps some people here should use there BBS logon as their e-bay account so that we know who's who and don't outbid each other ;)

Neil the Eagle 12-01-2004 11:11 AM

From what I've seen most of us do.

Dorking .Eagle 12-01-2004 11:25 AM

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Originally posted by arussell
Well if it makes you feel better DE - I didn't win it, as the price was going far too high and I stopped :)

;)


The last one on there had a Wrighty signature on there (not that it made any difference to me) and went for 155.
Thing that was most attractive to me about it is the lack of pulls/bobbles which is rare, as most would have been worn and therefore been imperfect.

God knows what one of the "Number ten" authentic cup final replica shirts would go for if if was ever on there - I'd guess 800+

stushirts 12-01-2004 12:25 PM

I cant remember what my shirt cost me from the club i think it may have been as little as 50 . That was one of my better investments , wearing it all the time was not a good idea though.To be honest thought it had a pull on it when I purchased it and it was the last one.

stushirts 04-03-2004 05:48 PM

bought a load of top trumps recently and foud a couple of palace players in the lot .

mike flanagan , jim cannon, ken sansom and 3 different vince hilaires.
are there any more out there that anyone knows about?

stushirts 04-03-2004 07:22 PM

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these are the cards

rjp 07-03-2004 11:23 PM

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Originally posted by El Aguila
If a woman ever chances across this thread, she'll piss herself.
I just have, stumbled that is! I have some cards at work. no idea what they are - the techie stuff is for boys! But anyone is welcome to them if they want. Someone at work collected them when he was a kid and was chucking them out so he gave me the Palace ones.

I'm not in tomorrow but will bring them home on Tuesday then post on here to say what they are. Anyone can have them who's interested

rjp 10-03-2004 01:28 PM

Ok, I have no idea what I'm talking about, as will become immediately apparent, but these things mean nothing to me. I'm happy to post the cards to anyone who wants them. Alternatively, I'll put them in the bin! I don't know how to post pictures on here, but I can scan and send by e-mail if that would help anyone.

I have: A&BC cards (no obvious date) for Gerry Queen (164), Mel Blyth (186), John McCormack (149), John Sewell (206), Bobby Tambling (250), Peter Wall (254), Jim Scott (105), Alan Birchenall (236), David Payne (169) and John Jackson (126). Condition varies but most are OK.

Then I have some others where I can't see anything to identify a maker and no date. They're smaller than the A&BC ones, if that's any help! Two are the same design for Alan Birchenall (46) and David Payne (16). Then there is a Don Rogers (88) one in a slightly different design. These are a bit more dog eared and grubby than the others.

Hope that makes some sense!

Dorking .Eagle 10-03-2004 01:37 PM

Hi there
these are fairly common cards to most established Palace card/sticker collectors.

What might be nice is I seem to remember John Sewell (now living in USA) was looking for a set of cards featuring the Palace team he played in (presumably to frame) , and advertised this request in Palace echo classified about 2 years ago.

I got in correspondence with his son (in usa too) and I think he is still on the lookout for this set, and so I can think of no better recipient

I've still got his address at home, I'll dig it out tonight and pass it to you via pm.


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