A blog about the cards I get awesome deals on, cards that I have available to trade, trades and our hobby in general. I collect Braves cards (all of them) and T206 White Borders.
Running with some 68's.
Didn't grab any big names, but knocked down several high numbers.
We'll run with some 69's next time.
Glad you got a few of the rookies and team cards. Seems like those would be more coveted and scarce.
You got a few good ones: McCormick, Berry, Coleman, Sadecki.
The A's team card is cool. I was curious to see if Reggie appeared on it one year before his rookie card, but after some research I discovered this card used a 1967 team photo.
McCool is a great last name!
Best McCool of all time was Droopy.
will never be a fan of '68 but they sure are distinctive. Trying to imagine kids collecting them that year.
Mike McCormick looks like Dave Righetti in the photo. I wonder what the flag is behind Bob Bailey.
I have an affinity for '68s as they were the most affordable and accessible vintage set I could get my hands on as a kid in the late '80s/early 90s. None of these singles looked all that familiar to me, which made sense once I saw that they were high numbers.
I haven't been to a show in almost two years, but in the past, high numbers from the '66 and '68 sets were always the cheapest.