Last night's winner was: GTT
Keeping the Christmas spirit flowing this week.
A handful of athletes who share their birthday with Jesus. I know there are a lot more and I probably have them in a box somewhere, but it will be a while before I am re-organized enough to concern myself with those. Now let's go see Santa (warning midway through are a few adult cards).
My yearly post with these sets and I haven't attempted to fill in the missing cards, but one day.....one day.
ALL CLEAR NOW!
NOT SURE HOW THIS ONE FELL OUT OF ORDER.
Santa wanted a Coca-Cola!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone!
Santa doesn't want cookies, Santa wants cards!ReplyDelete
Naughty, or nice, Santa doesn't have that kind of card collection!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Johnny!ReplyDelete
Are those presents for Topps? Or a big bag of coal? It is a smokestack, after all!ReplyDelete
CocaCola, cookies and cards? Sure, why not! Merry Christmas to all.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas John, does this mean you're not posting the rest of the week?ReplyDelete
I should post more (I know I usually do this one on Christmas Day). I wanted to make sure I got this one in just in case.Delete
Thanks for all the fun this yearReplyDelete
A little surprised to not see Rickey Henderson on here but yeah. Happy Early Xmas. I'll have a post about your mailday going up tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas and thank you for all the fun posts this year! I should try to find some cards from the Santa set...and that Santa / Hoff card!ReplyDelete
Great Santa cards. They remind me of the ceramic Santas my mom has on her mantle.ReplyDelete
I really like those Santa cards, especially the "non-traditional" ones that don't have him in the Coca-Cola red and white suit.ReplyDelete
If I collected Christmas themed cards, I'd be all over that Santa set. I really like the more traditional depictions that they used for a lot of the cards.ReplyDelete
Awesome collection of Santas. Do you happen to know the story behind the 1993 Topps Ho Ho Ho card? Never seen it before.ReplyDelete