Since I covered the who, what, and where in the last installment, I'm just going to jump right in.
Seller #5: I didn't know which post this would belong in since there seems to be some debate whether buybacks should be considered old or new. I only saw two at the show and both were overpriced, in my opinion. But I had to have this one for the set, even at the hefty price tag of $2:
Seller #6: The most expensive thing from this point on is 33 cents (3/$1 box). This seller is at every show and is set up with mostly dime boxes, although this time he had a few more than normal, along with the aforementioned three for a dollar box.
I don't why I bothered scanning this first group of 1994 Action Packed cards. Even though they are in mint condition, because of the gold borders the scans make them look anything but. On the plus side, I now only need a few more cards to complete this set:
|I didn't realize there were two of Chuck Daly until after they were scanned.|
Here are some misc. 90's basketball inserts, which contain a few more bad scans:
Now is where we get to some stuff that has probably been shown a million times on the blogs, but most of it is new to me, so you'll just have to endure (or skip ahead a little):
Some more players of yore sets:
Here are a couple of more contemporary cards from the 3/$1 box:
And finally from the same box, a card from a set I had never seen before:
Seller #7: This is the only guy at these shows who ever has 20/$1 boxes, along with other various priced boxes.
I will start with a trio of 1996 Leaf Preferred Steel, that were had for 25 cents each:
A few more misc. inserts, parallels, minis, refractors, etc. that ranged in price from 10 to 25 cents each:
Now for something I somehow didn't know even existed until a couple of months ago, when one was featured on Billy's Cardboard History:
Rounding out this post is a whole mess of 2001 Archives Reserve, that came courtesy of the 20/$1 box. I had seen these online many times, but never in person. I guess since I was able to get almost 1/4 of the 100 card set I might as well add this to my set building list. For those that don't know these are refractors, so that's why they look a little weird in the scans:
That's it for this round of card show acquisitions. At least the next three posts will be very scan heavy with trade recaps, so don't say you weren't warned (if you're the sort who doesn't like lots of pictures).
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