Breaking down cards and having breakdowns over cards. Let's try to keep it together and talk about some cards.
Love the handwritten post, but amazed anyone could forget they already owned a '57 Willie Mays!
Yeah, I was pretty shocked to discover it myself! LOL. I even did similar posts about each card a few months apart.https://baseballcardbreakdown.blogspot.com/2018/08/1957-topps-willie-mays.htmlhttps://baseballcardbreakdown.blogspot.com/2019/02/57-willie-mays.html
Handwritten posts! we should all do this a couple times a year, love the breakdown of the double buying of cards.
Awesome post, and that Marquis Grissom binder is simply FANTASTIC! You've bought some pretty epic cards twice, Gavin!
I wind up buying the same card many many times without knowing I am doing it. Good thing I am a cheap skate, and didn't waste too much.
Wow, good stuff!! I've not had trouble buying the same card more than once, at least not cool cards like these. Wonderful Willie's!
Love the handwritten post (and the Mays...and the autos). Alright, I love all of it (even the fact that you can be forgetful at times, goodness knows I've been guilty of that myself many times)!
That Grissom binder is mind-blowing.
Digging the handwritten posts, haven't seen one in awhile
I used to be way better at remembering what I already had. Not sure if my mind is getting too old or my collection too big. Probably both but I will claim neither. This is the first handwritten post I can ever remember seeing. Interesting idea.
Always appreciate a handwritten post... especially b/c I'm way too lazy and I make way too many mistakes to even attempt to pull that off. It's also nice to know that I'm not the only one who has forgotten about purchasing a card or two... which has led to me accidentally purchasing a duplicate.
I agree with cardboardhogs -- we should all do a handwritten post every once in a while!
Yep, I'm definitely stealing that idea. Or at least using printed pieces of paper in different goofy fonts...
The retired autos definitely look better in their original holders.