And you bet!, I was way more excited about the TTM!
This return took about a month and a half. As I mentioned before, he was promoted to AA right around the time I mailed off the request, so that might've contributed to the delay, but 45 days isn't bad at all. There was no postmark on the envelope, so I'm not sure where it was mailed from.
I'm now 3-for-3 with my TTM requests, joining the other two that were prepared later but returned sooner. Part of me wants to retire with this perfect percentage, but I'd also love to try some more.
|The triforce is complete.|
Ok, and now for Part 2 of this mailday:
Jose Canseco 2004 Topps Retired Refractor Autograph. Jose still has many diehard fans out there who fondly remember his Bash Brothers days at the top of the Hot List. A guy once told me this card is considered a major white whale for many Canseco collectors, so I knew I'd have to be competitive if I wanted to win the auction, and sure enough, I ended up spending more than I did recently on the Nolan Ryan auto from the same set. Yikes! But that's one very tough card down in my quest, so I'm happy about it.
So yeah, while I was glad to get the Canseco, it was the Omahen TTM that really had me overjoyed. I even did a dorky celebratory jump!
That's the sign of a truly great mailday!
Great pickup on the canseco!ReplyDelete
Congrats on the Omahen return, told you you needed it to send it out ASAP ;).ReplyDelete
Yeah, I owe you one for giving me the push into the world of TTM autographs! Thanks, Zippy!Delete
I applaud your effort with the Topps Retired signatures. That Canseco is awesome!ReplyDelete
Canseco is more than Ryan? Geez. I have to admit that I never really liked Canseco, except for the fact that I sold his rookie card at a garage sale we held when I was in high school and used the proceeds to buy a Nintendo console. Best. Trade/Sale. Ever. :-)ReplyDelete
Ah! So you were the one I lost out to on the Canseco :) I'm happy to say several months later (a month or so ago) I was FINALLY able to land one for my pc :)ReplyDelete