I actually used my cheat sheets Saturday as I poured through boxes of vintage. The boxes were dollar boxes, but as I am a bulk buyer and repeat customer....it is always much less. This trip cost me a quater a piece for the vintage. I grabbed one 1960 Topps.
The backs are great!
I also grabbed nine 65's:
One of the 65's was an upgrade.
I also added 23 cards to my 66' set build. Three were upgrades and two will need to be upgraded.
The backwards card (and a few to follow through these posts) mark pick ups that will need to be upgraded.
Nice group with several Gold Glove winners. Rojas was a 5-time All Star. Versailles was the 1965 AL MVP. Altman had a successful Japanese stint. Roy Face's name was Face. Tug was the closer on two WS winners.ReplyDelete
Nice ones! Really like the Tug McGraw in particular.ReplyDelete
I once had that '66 Wes Parker - a long, looong time ago.
I love quarter vintage!ReplyDelete
The 1960 Topps manager cards might just be the greatest manager cards ever created.ReplyDelete