That's unfortunate, because I'm a firm supporter of Collect your way.
Your way doesn't have to agree with @MrEbayExpert or my way.
Hey. If you like junk wax or you like building sets or you're on a card budget . . . well, don't be shy. There's no judging here.
There's nothing wrong with cards from the so called Junk Wax Era. In fact they're fun. The photo selection from '91 Upper Deck is wonderful. Full major and minor league stats on the back of Fleer cards makes me swoon. The players bios on the back of Score kept me busy for hours at a time. I loved reading the full names on the back of Donruss cards. And Topps . . . remember when building a master set was so much easier? 792 cards and DONE.
Somehow cards from the late 80's and early 90's keep finding me and I'm looking to off load much of my 17,500+ cards from the Junk Wax Era to my blogging brethren and whomever else might be interested. I've built many of these sets already and I am looking to recapture some space in the man room.
|Collated and ready to go!|
Here's what I have the most of:
- 1987 Topps > 650 cards
- 1988 Donruss > 600 cards
- 1988 Topps > 750 cards
- 1989 Bowman > 350 cards
- 1989 Topps > 1,150 cards
- 1990 Bowman > 600 cards
- 1990 Donruss > 1,000 cards
- 1990 Fleer > 550 cards
- 1990 Score > 700 cards
- 1990 Topps > 700 cards
- 1991 Donruss (Series 1 & Series 2) > 1,250 cards
- 1991 Score (Series 1 & Series 2) > 1,650 cards
- 1991 Topps > 950 cards
- 1991 Upper Deck > 650 cards
- 1992 Donruss (Series 1 only) > 350 cards
- 1992 Pinacle (Series 2 only) > 200 cards
- 1992 Score > 450 cards
- 1992 Topps > 1,550 cards
- 1992 Topps Winners > 450 cards
- 1993 Topps > 350 cards
- 1994 Fleer > 350 cards
Again, drop me line and let me see what I can do for you.
Maybe you need a dozen cards to finish your 1991 Studio set. Please ask.
Perhaps you've always wanted to build the '89 Bowman set. They're yours.
Drop me a line and I'm sure we can work something out. I'm a Vogelbach super collector, a set builder, and a Cubs team collector who would happily take on any Cubs cards you're willing to part with, especially those from the last two years.
I'd eagerly swap a box of junk wax goodness for a PWE of Cubs cards. Just want these cards to go to a good home.
Collect your way. Just sayin'.