Here are a bunch of sweet 60s and 70s cards in nice shape, with several HOFers among them.
I also grabbed up pretty much any '73 I came across without even bothering to check the needslist in my back pocket. For a dime, can't go wrong. Picked up several needs and a few upgrades. Gotta love that classic Luis Alvarado card with the old cars parked in the background!
Now we're venturing into the 80s. Lots of big names here. Boosted my Yaz PC quite a bit thanks to this show.
Some good ones from 1983. I already had Julio Franco's one true rookie, but hell, I'll grab another (anybody want it?). And I doubled up on the Willie McGee rookies (anybody need one?). Though I'm a San Diego collector, that might be my first card of The Chicken, believe it or not.
Here are some cards from 1984. The top 3 are Topps Traded-- a few XRCs, as they used to be called. Though my Winfield PC is "retired" at the moment, I couldn't resist the OPC. That Fleer Johnny Bench is a terrific card as well.
Here's the Bench backs. I believe only Fleer gave Johnny a true "sunset" card with glorious complete career stats on the back (even squeezing in minor league numbers!), while Donruss (pictured) and Topps only included him in "retiring legends" combo cards.
Some cards from 1985 now. Again, I gave in to a Canadian Winfield.
Let's close out now with 3 cards from my guilty pleasure, 1986 Fleer. I'm pretty sure I already have these, but whatever. When they're just a dime each, you can indiscriminately throw cards on the stack and worry about already having them later.
That's enough for today. I split the dimebox cards in half chronologically; I'll post the modern cards I dug out another time.