Seriously? How can one "Forever" stamp carry nineteen cards? Either Nick is the savviest PWE man out there or someone at the old post office fell asleep on the job.
Dime Boxes blog. I imagine Nick receiving numerous packages each day with worthy offerings for his binders, but a guy can only keep seven or eight 1984 Fleer Jay Johnstone cards.
I've seen many of these Kellogg's 3-D Super Stars on the blogosphere as of late and now I can add my first two to my collection!
Another mini! This is my third 1975 mini and it's of the great flag saving Rick Monday.
In a recent trade package with a Cardinal fan stranded in Los Angeles I send out one of my few Sega CardGen cards. It was a Lance Berkman and he was worth seven stars. Those Sega CardGen cards are tough to come by and it was tough part with the Berkman. But apparently what goes around comes around.
Oddball cards! Two of the fine lefty hitting first basemen the Cubs employed before Mark Grace manned the station.
Whoa! Some Jim Abbott cards! Nice! Abbott, along with Bo Jackson, Roberto Clemente, and Jackie Robinson are on my very short list of non-Cubs players who I actively collect.
Hey, my first Travis Wood card of 2014 and my first Power Players card, too.
If you have been counting then you know we're up to the last card.
There you have it, folks!
Nineteen wonderful cards from a generous blogger shipped for the cost a of Johnny Cash forever stamp. How cool is that? Thanks, Nick!