I had originally planned on skipping this one, but after a text from my favorite seller saying that he would be setting up, I begrudgingly decided to go. I ended up spending around two and half hours just looking through his stuff (mostly dime boxes) and less than an hour on the other 35 or so dealers.
This was a somewhat different show for me (this post will reflect that) in that I didn't get anything of a vintage nature, unless you count buybacks as vintage. I did end up getting my usual 300-400 basketball inserts (90's), which really are my kryptonite. And there is just no way those can all be shown. The other thing that was different was how much good stuff I was able find for others (probably some of you reading this), so obviously all those cards won't be shown either, which doesn't leave whole heck of a lot left to show. Hopefully what is here, will be worth the viewing.
I will start with what seems to be becoming a normal sight on this blog:
I'm not usually a big purchaser of memorabilia cards, but I did find two that I really liked.
The first being this 2005 Maury Wills Upper Deck Sweet Spot Classic Materials:
The second one was this 2005 Don Gullett SP Cuts Classic Careers jerseys:
I also picked up a trio of autographs.
2013 Panini Golden Age Tommy Davis Historic Signatures:
2008 Press Pass Legends Charles White Saturday Signatures:
|1979 Heisman Trophy Winner|
2007 Press Pass Legends William Perry Saturday Signatures:
|The Fridge has a much better signature than I would have thought!|
Up until Saturday, I had never had any interest in manufactured patch cards. But I did find an exception to my previous opinion of them, when I saw these Topps Pro Debut commemorative hat patch cards.
These first three are from 2013 and are all serial numbered to 75:
This last one is from 2014. And these were numbered to 99:
I really like these cards. So much so, that I have already bought a few more on COMC. The four cards above were $2 each, which seems to have been a really good price.
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