Nothing beats getting home from work to an unexpected PWE, this one from Nick over at Baseball Dime Box. Guy knows how to pack a serious PWE this one with cards from all over the map as usual, never knowing what card will flip out next when your looking through one of this guy's stacks.
This Kellogg's card is pristine, not a crack .
Does anything come with baseball cards anymore, I remember as a kid getting crappy cereal at Kroger just so I could get the cards inside. I remember getting some Bran cereal over sugary kids cereal more than once because they had cards inside. I'm curious to know if this card came in a jar of mayonnaise or not, probably had to mail it in.
This card makes only my second or third 1970 i'm ashamed to admit, will have to hit that box up at the card show weekend after next. The vendor I frequent told me he's bringing a new quarter box of vintage so i'll be bringing a want list with me this time, let me know if you need anyting and i'll keep an eye out for you.
Vintage, High Numbers and shiny Heritage, all needed, all awesome.
I have practically built the '92 O-Pee-Chee team set just from trades. My only other Topps Kids cards came in my first trade with Nick, I'm telling you this guy has a little bit of everything in his boxes.
More Canadian goodness here in the form of Mr. Justice.
What a shot, what a catch, what a card. Thanks for this one Nick, can't believe I didn't have this great piece of cardboard before of one my favorite players.
2 Gypsy Queen minis I needed. Tim Hudson had one hell of a career and gave some of his best years to the Braves, here's to you Tim. I'll never forget your 200th win where you hit a homer off Bryce Harper's glove.
Finally this shiny Finest of J-Up in a Atlanta Black Crackers uniform ended the non stop barrage of great cards from the Chicago area. Good luck to your Cubs Nick and thanks again for the cards.