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General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: Old School 6 Purchase Totals
« Last post by slamjim on Today at 08:22:49 PM »
It did actually say Out Of Stock, so maybe they have learned something?

Yes, my mistake. It did not say Sold Out.
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General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: 1967 set of 56 die cuts
« Last post by Paul_Maul on Today at 05:12:22 PM »
I know PSA adds value and it's a big deal to a lot of collectors, but to me it just inflates prices. It means nothing to me as I don't need someone else to tell me the condition -I can make my own judgment thank you very much. And I've seen too many mistakes from them over the years too. Sometimes you really have to wonder if the grader has a clue. A WOT in my opinion.

You're entitled to your opinion, but the fact is, a Ratz or Cracked that is PSA graded will be much easier to sell and will bring more money because, in addition to the grade, the buyer will be confident that the card is not trimmed or otherwise altered. For a common 8th series sticker you're fine buying raw, but for more expensive items it is risky.
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General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: Old School 6
« Last post by g.u.e.s.t. on Today at 04:52:29 PM »
I WILL be creating a downloadable binder insert set for this release and one for the 5 0th Anniversary - SOON!!!

Richard

Thanks so much for doing this. Your work rocks and is always appreciated! :great:
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Sell Wacky Packages / Re: Nevermind
« Last post by Baked Bears on Today at 02:52:57 PM »
Nevermind

I wish you had mentioned this 2 minutes ago!

(You should probably delete this thread.)
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General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: Baked Bears' "Wordy" Packages
« Last post by Baked Bears on November 16, 2017, 05:44:40 PM »
Possibility...

"Marie Constrictor's Southern Python Pie"  (Parody of Marie Callender's Southern Pecan Pie.")

Box features full pie (as opposed to a slice of pie in the foreground.)  Coiled inside the pie dish is a python with malevolent eyes.  Just outside of the pie dish is a small kitten on the tabletop with its head slightly tilted in curiosity.  One front paw is timidly raised to inspect the contents of the pie dish.

Instead of a grandmother smiling down at her granddaughter in the logo, a python is wrapped around the child.  It's head is raised and, like the grandmom, also smiling down upon the girl.  A few clumps of Spanish moss are draped from the letters of "Marie Constrictor's."

"From the Everglades to Your Kitchen Since 1942"

"A True Invasive Classic"

"Extra Scaly Skin Made to Stretch"






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General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: WP Old School 6 RAFFLE
« Last post by jleonard1967 on November 16, 2017, 10:00:27 AM »
I am in for (3)
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Artists & Illustrators / Re: Vincenzo D'Ippolito
« Last post by Chenduz on November 16, 2017, 03:57:08 AM »
Wacky Packages Old school 6 is finally for sale at Topps.com, a little disappointing IMO how they went for the "online clear box sale", instead of the traditional packed box with wrappers and all, BUT we can finally enjoy some great new artwork from David Gross and concepts by the late Jay Lynch. I hope that my sketch cards will land at most of you as they include 3 sketches with the 150$ option, with that being said here are a few more of my sketches I've created for the OS6 set, enjoy!!

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Master Lists / Re: Old School 6 Master List
« Last post by Fanatical_and_Sickly on November 15, 2017, 02:15:11 PM »
We can also include Daniel Goodroad as a contributing sketch artist. Here is a video he added to the "EvoMasher's Wacky Packages Marketplace" Facebook page. Scroll down about 3 or 4 posts.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/265171210358308/?multi_permalinks=785719818303442&notif_id=1510779218412062&notif_t=group_activity
thanks!
just came here to post that, actually. that's a great facebook page to learn sketch artist info from
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Buy Requests for Wacky Packages / Re: Need some shirts!
« Last post by Baked Bears on November 14, 2017, 05:54:22 PM »
OK....I'm pumped to try this.
I've got some inkjet iron transfer paper on order!!
I'll be testing shortly.

Remember to reverse the image (flip horizontally) when printing.
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