I don't think I've ever owned any version of that infamous Billy Ripken card, believe it or not. Now I do, though the black box version is the most common, hence it costing me just a few cents (it's also a bit miscut, sort of angled). Thurman Munson is a neat vintage pickup, with a rough top edge the reason for it being banished to the dimebox. The Larry Walker is one of those cards made out of metal!.. I think my first such card. I also picked up some others as trade bait.. stay tuned for a trade bait post soon.
These cards are all winners in my book. Tom Seaver looks like he's straight out of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? mixing the real world with cartoons.
Reggies! Finally upgraded my Sock Card.
Here are some active guys.
Vince Coleman trying to pinpoint where it all went wrong.
I'll pretty much always grab any dimebox Clementes.
Padres hitters. (and a Giant yo mama threw out.)
1993 Topps Black Gold. I've said it before and I'll say it again: This may be my all-time favorite insert set. Topps should revive it as an insert in Archives. It's a 44-card set. I picked up 20 at the show. Still need over a dozen, but at least I'm over the hump now. One of these days I'll finish it.
That's it for this post. Some not-pictured cards include some that are set aside for trader buddies or will be posted soon in a trade bait post.
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