|roughly 20% of the inventory at the estate sale|
I made out with a nice haul which contained a few shoe boxes crammed with top loaders and a couple of overstuffed binders. It has taken me the last nine weeks to get everything sorted to my level of meticulousness, but I finally have a grasp on what I now own.
Today we're going to take a look at the complete sets I added to my collection. In an upcoming post I'm going to throw out a few want lists for sets that are darn close to being complete.
1985 7-11 Slurpee Coins, Great Lakes Region
1986 7-11 Slurpee Coins, Mideastern Region
1984 & 1985 Topps Rub Downs
Many of you have seen these before. I've taken pictures of only the first pages, but there are thirty-two "cards" in each set.
1986 Topps Tattoos
Subtract the snow cone from this picture and that was the look on my face when I unfolded one of these rub down sheets.
|Me enjoying the P-town Chiefs game the other night.|
2001 Upper Deck Hall of Famers
In total, I picked up these five odd-ball complete sets and the one UD set for about twenty bucks. They don't sell for much on Ebay and could probably be had for about that amount in total, but I'm pretty happy to add all of them to my collection. Also, it's great that they came in a binder with pages so I can flip through during commercials breaks of a Cubs telecast and enjoy!
Stay tuned for the next post as it will contain three sets that I need some help trying to finish. Until that time, thanks for stopping by and reading!