Might as well move right on to the cards. Tonight's show are cards that I "Nicked" from dealer 3 that fit into one of my "mini collections".
The Famous Names binder. I really need to reorganize that binder and do a post, it has been a couple of years. All 4 of the above cards have a BASEBALL player with the same/similar name.
Any guess which Binder these go into?
Miller Binder. That's a Reggie Rookie. Even though it is creased still a nice grab for less than a penny, don't ya think?
Another parallel of the card. Reserve.
That first Dunn Rookie (Gold Leaf) is a cool card.
The center card (Sapp), WOW!
A few 70s Buccos. Tell me now, how could you not root for Mike Alstott. He made watching the Bucs worthwhile. One tough hombre.
I didn't keep these, but just showing what type of cards that one box that was full of Rookie Football contained. I did take that box to buddy Bob (another post-down the road).
I wasn't sure if I had 3 of these Elways, but sure enough I had all five already.
Some Rookie Cup action, and the ones that I already had (2011s) were needed for the flagship set builds.
DK action. Turned out that I only needed the Sosa and Bagwell (bottom) for that Binder.
Not quite the same as a DefGav Christmas card, but it works for me.
I had such as crush on Pam Dawber growing up. Girl next door kind a girl with a sense of humor.
Rocky, Happy Days, and a BRAILLE card of Dale Earnhardt Sr.
A couple of Archives Reserve Football. The front of the Earnhardt braille card (available). I have no idea where the card front view of that vintage Mel Gray card went.
That wraps up the "mini" collections cards, or at least the ones I scanned. Not bad for .0095 cents each! Even though I seriously did not want to spend a dime at this show (I wanted to go to the one in Tampa this weekend- maybe next month), with a week gone by I'm feeling pretty good about "Nicking" my way through this guys (Dealer 3- David) boxes.