The winner last night was: RJ (I need your address) e-mail me.
Now a little post covering a few things before I get on to the last post(s) from the September card show.
I got a package from Dime Box last night. The first 6 cards here are for PC guys, and the only that looks familiar is the Dandridge. The next three are all needed Braves for the team sets.
The 61' Fleer was needed for the set build (he also sent me the Max Carey but I already had that one). Adcock is fore the set build too. The 1996 Diamond Kings Chipper is for the DK sets as I did have one for the team set which also counts for the PC. The Smoltz is for the old "theme" and will be be again next year "Wacky Wednesday" as I had one recently for my team Braves and made comment to such not long ago. Perfect.
Most of you are aware that my Uncle passed a month ago, and although he is gone now he has found a way to contribute to this blog.
The front side is pretty funny of the worm card. I have also since scanning these found a few more cards of the DoH cards.
I believe these are from 1969.
My uncle had a few more contributions too, but those are in specific categories that once posted I will make mention where they came from.
Tomorrow will be back to cards, just not baseball cards and thus close out the Sept. card show. Actually it might take a few days.
That worm ranch card is insane! The old military payment certificates are very, very cool as well!ReplyDelete
Those baseball stamps are very cool! Wow, I won. I just need your email address so I can send you mine. Thanks, RJReplyDelete
Thanks. Address sent via email.Delete
Thanks for the cards and patch. My daughter loves the Wild patch. Nice Twins cards, especially the Puckett's.Delete
I just traded away a few of those Kraft home plate heroes cards. Must've come off the back of a box?ReplyDelete
Always liked baseball stamps, and I like that Thurman Munson card as well.ReplyDelete
Good Job! 👍
Your uncle seems like he was a very interesting guy. Would love to hear more about his life at some point, seemed he got around quite a bit. If you want to share, of course.ReplyDelete
That's a nice and varied haul. I agree with Bo that your uncle sounds interesting and we'd like some stories if you have them.ReplyDelete
I was wondering if anyone would comment on the worm ranch card, and am not surprised to see that everyone avoided that one :)ReplyDelete
The very first comment covered it. I most certainly am not one who cares about being PC. Nonetheless it is very funny. I was wondering it being from Tennessee if you were going to comment. You can email me if you like.Delete
I really wish I would have seen packs of Dukes of Hazzard back in the day, because I would have bought (or begged my mom to buy) a bunch. Loved that show.ReplyDelete
P.S. Sweet Mother's Cookies Campaneris!