Let' the look at the other half of the dupes heading to the PC binders, err boxes.
That first Aaron looks like it was someones wallet card.
One might ask......There are 2 of those stroke out leaders, why? Because Carlton and Ryan are PC guys, 1 each. LOL.
A Winfield RC! You know what's sad about all of these wonderful pieces of cardboard? I may not even need them. I'm sure I need most of them, but that still leaves a lot that will be just sitting in a box for a long while not doing anybody any good.
But as a guy whose glass is always half full, never empty they will one day make great trade bait.
The 75's scan and upload so fast, must be all that color.
I really dig the Burger King Reggie, he looks a little spaced out.
Next time you see most of these cards it will be the EXTRAS that I know I don't need. Some of them will be heading to the winner of this long drawn out contest. I considered not showing those, but it will also give me a chance to show some trade bait, so guess what's next? Right the extras and the last chances to get an entry to the contest.
These are great cards of great players. I'm sure they will do somebody good if you end up not needing them.ReplyDelete
Every time I see it, I can't help but wonder why Topps chose to use that picture of Reggie Jackson for the '73 set.ReplyDelete
Great 70's selection. I remember pulling one of the Hank Aaron specials as a kid.ReplyDelete
I was still opening Wacky Packages, hadn't quite got into the baseball cards yet in 74.Delete
A. I love all of the Oakland Coliseum shots in the background.ReplyDelete
B. Several HOF rookie cards.
C. That 74T Fingers is one of my favorite cards of all-time.
Some more fantastic shots. I was also noticing all those A's. Thanks for the contest!ReplyDelete
Incredible selection of 70s.ReplyDelete