All the Dan Vogelbach cards from the 15 cases
arrived the other day. Inside I found more than enough base chrome to keep me happy and three other cards that are a little
I rolled the dice and did OK: two refractors numbered to 499 and one orange wave. I was hoping for a lower numbered parallel or two, but I struck out as far as that goes. I've picked up five more parallels since then and I'm up to eight Vogelmonster cards from the rainbow.
I have yet to pull the trigger on the orange (#/25) and I haven't seen a red (#/5) or the superfractor pop up yet on eBay. Above I have the blue wave, base chrome, refractor, blue, green, purple, gold, and orange wave.
I was in a pretty good mood last night after the Cubs clinched at least four more games to play by advancing to the NLCS. So, I decided to catalog all of my Vogelmonsters!
There are lots of Bowman cards, which isn't a surprise, with a smattering of Topps thrown in for good measure.
I have a few cards of Vogelbach from minor league team sets and those are probably some of my favorites. I like the unique (used only once) pictures! The Onyx above is a game used batting glove. That's kinda cool.
I've landed three in person autographs while Vogelbach was playing in the Midwest. I think they are much better than the little ones confined to stickers.
There are six autographs in all, which is he most I have of any one given player.
If you'd like to check out my "have list" feel free to click here
. I'm always up for a great trade involving the masher known as the Vogelmonster!
Thanks for stopping by and go Cubs!
Great collection. I just might do something similar with my own PCs one day.ReplyDelete
Oh and congrats on defeating Cardinals Devil Magic. Looks like I (on behalf of the free world) owe you a Vogelmonster card now ;).
Very impressive collection of Vogelmonsters. Hope you find the rarer parallels.ReplyDelete
Quite an exquisite PC! Wave refractors are always real cool lookin.ReplyDelete