World Education Services (WES) is a nonprofit organization that provides credential evaluations for international students and immigrants planning to study or work in the U.S. and Canada.
But on the cardsphere, Wes is a nonprofit trader who provides incredible envelopes and packages for trading card collectors attempting to grow their collections.
Wes recently sought my help on a custom card project, and shipped me a nice Priority mailer of cards to say thanks.
Normally I'd save the best for last, but come on, having this lovely young lady in the preview photo for this post in blogrolls will be good for a few extra clicks, right? lol. I have a li'l Liv Morgan PC because I think she's pretty. Wes surprised me with a new "best card" for the PC with this beautiful 2017 auto.
And low numbered too!
A few more women on cardboard. Very nice!
There were plenty of men on cardboard, too. Some parallels and manurelics of guys I collect.
More top stars of today.
Hall of Famers. These are all serial-numbered besides the Lorde card.
Hey, how's about this? Some more numbered cards and an autographed '80 Topps Mad Hungarian. Neat!
Major League materials embedded as far as the eye can see!
Hell, I could've/should've done a whole separate post just on the incredible basketball cards in the package. The Dirk rookie in the middle was technically from a separate PWE, but I'm lumping them together. Awesome!
Winding down here with some odds and ends. Star Wars representing with an auto and an art card #'d 19/99.
The football guy Kendall Hunter saw some action with the 49ers but battled injury issues. It's a welcomed new addition to my collection of Christmas Cards.
And then a couple weird history relic cards. Ha, sure! One's got a couple pieces of old newspaper and a Susan B. Anthony stamp. Ooh, a 1/1! The other one says it has an actual relic from Barack Obama. I guess it's part of a letter he sent out or something? I was a little confused by these in the package at first, but I guess my wantlist does say I'm interested in out-of-the-ordinary relics, so give Wes props for diving deep into my ol' list o' wants.
And I was confused by the football cards at first too, but then I was like, oh yeah, black gold! Wes took note that I generally dig black cards with gold foil and hooked me up with these. Thick n' sharp!
And a sweet looking black gold auto plus a numbered Fridge to wrap things up.
Big thanks, Wes! Great bunch of cards.