The winner last night was: Night Owl
Not for safety reasons we shall close the cover on the matchbooks.
I don't need too many to have all of the Braves from 1934-36. I'll probably work on it next year when I am settled in back home. It is slow progress clearing out 99 years of acquisitions. I will say that I have stumbled across paperwork regarding my father's estate that wasn't taken care of. Fingers crossed that all goes well for two of my sisters and me. We'll see. With the October card show done, I need to get to the ComC and SportLots order, but before I start on those. I need to take care of some other incoming.
Those are pretty cool. Glad to see some Red Sox representation there!ReplyDelete
I recognize a few of these from my own collection. Restaurants owned by ballplayers are another fun subsection of the hobby.ReplyDelete
You are always so busy! I couldn't keep up with you, for sure.ReplyDelete
That Glenn Myatt would look great in my catchers card binder.ReplyDelete
Good Job! 👍
More cool matchbooks. Best of results to you and your family in the estate activities.ReplyDelete
Initially thought the two Van Mungo matchbooks were the same other than colour, but his eyes are looking in different directions (and the write-up is different)ReplyDelete
Another nice bunchReplyDelete
I like these more than I should. Pretty darn colorful.ReplyDelete
It looks like they were made by different companies, with all the colors I thought it was by the same one. Good luck with the estate paperwork!ReplyDelete
Do any of these still have the matches in them?ReplyDelete
Oh wow some great Giants there including the Lefty ODoul!ReplyDelete
Are you gonna be collecting these now? If so, it looks like you've got a really good start towards a set.ReplyDelete
The ones I showed are parts of three different sets 34, 35, and 36. But yeah, when I can get them cheap (these were not) I'll go for them.Delete
Love all of the different border colors.ReplyDelete
P.S. Best of luck with the estate issues. Hope you're able to clear everything up.