Tuesday, July 30, 2019

One of the Most Interesting Cards Ever





This 2006 Topps Alex Gordon card might be one of the most interesting cards on the planet! Where is he? Where are his stats? How could Topps have possibly gotten away with printing blank Alex Gordon cards? Either way, these gaffed babies are jumping in value-white and gold, and playerless! Are we to assume of this were 1957, some kid would have simply drawn Gordon in? Are collectors in 2006 privy enough to not mess with imperfection? So many questions. Such a fabulous card! 

***Reggie's Rookie!!!***



Reggie is a legend. Growing up, I remember fetching some Reggie's bars for my dad up the block! A clutch HOFer, this card is must for any collection as it only gains in value over time! Check out the brilliant corners of this gem! A marvel! 

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

***1982 Fleer Cello Packs Box SEALED!!!

This is the 1982 Fleer cello-pack box, which is loaded with big hits and treasures inside! The best part mainly, of opening boxes like these, are the cards are basically all going to be in mint condition! From pack to the protective case! A simple boarder, these 1982 Fleer have simple backs and were a hit at the comic book store back in the day!
 Johnny Bench towards the end of his career...
 Graded 10 Ripken Jr rookie cards go for $500 and up!
 Fastest man alive to ever step on a baseball field!
 A signed Carter '82 Fleer--amazing!
 Carter with Parker AKA The Cobra!
The back-flipping shortstop, Hall of Famer, Ozzie Smith!

A box full of memories--many of the cards feature straight-up portraits as well, with little to no action! Cello packs are the see-through wrapped packs, which have more cards than your usual wax-packs which wrap the cards in wax paper.