The winner last night was: Bo
I was was all over the place at the beginning of this month. Those first two weeks seen me in Jax, Ormond beach, Gainesville, Leesburg, Clearwater, and Mount Dora. No wonder I was run down and fell sick. I am better now and looking forward to hitting up the card show in Jacksonville this coming weekend. Reader Bill Kearney from Maryland is supposed to be there too. Might even pop over to Ormond again too. That should be fun, always good to meet up with a trading bud from somewhere else.
Now as I mentioned last night here are cards that I picked up from Meely Pops in Gainesville. They don't have any dime boxes or quarter boxes either. If it isn't a hit the cards get sleeved and put into team shoeboxes. They charge fifty cents, but you know me I made the upfront inquiry to buying a lot, nothing was actually agreed too to begin with, so some negotiating at "checkout" was necessary. In the end it all worked out and I do plan on returning to finish those boxes as I didn't get through all 30 teams. There are 6-8 boxes left that I need to dig through.
You know darn well I started with the Braves box.
That is after the scrubbing against the Braves needs list, so I marked a bunch off of the needs for sure. I did NOT scan the non Braves this go around in an effort to get caught up. (I bought about 1500 cards in all).
For your further entertainment tonight I am posting the dime cards that were not Braves that I picked up in Leesburg plus the Leesburg additions that were not a dime. I'll squeeze a post out in the coming days covering the Braves cards from Leesburg and the Clearwater show all together.
That's enough of the 10 cent cards for now, the Braves portion will fill you in days ahead.
The following cards were NOT a dime and many will be self explanatory.
Holiday variations and a relic.
Much needed Diamond Kings, you know these years certainly can not be had for a dime, lol.
That is the black scribble Billy Ripken card. Blyleven is the 77' cloth sticker.
The Jimmie Foxx is the blue parallel something you don't see often.
The Holiday Judge is metallic.