I've really enjoyed rummaging through the collection that I have been gifted. I've found lots of goodies along the way that will make their way to other bloggers. There have also been a few surprises.
About two weeks ago I posted this picture asking for help identifying a signature. The daughter of original owner of the The Collection was curious as to what she had just uncovered.
Kevin Koslofski hot box!
Oh, and for what it's worth, I sent one of the Koslofski cards to gcrl for his help! Thanks again, gcrl!
The final box, can best be described as a long file folder box. It housed many 800-count boxes and some other oddly shaped boxes.
Here's a picture of my card sorting table after my sister and I had fun sifting and sorting though the contents.
There was a nice little stack of 1963 Topps inside.
I also found a small stack of 1962 Topps cards.
Keeping the vintage streak alive:
Man, I do love vintage.
Well, we might as well continue with more non-baseball cardboard.
And then there's this gem:
Here's a picture of ALL the non-baseball sports cards I found within the entire collection.
I found more cards in top loaders. Sandberg and Shaquille O'Neal rookies were some of the better ones.
These two were pretty nice, as well.
Six autos were within the entire 14,000+ card collection. Two of them were of Kevin Koslofski and the other four were of Jim Bullinger.
1989 Southern League All-Star set?
We'll end the last box with one of my favorite cards to come across.
Thank you for joining me on this fun ride through The Collection. Nothing I can retire on, but plenty of excellent cards I can spread across the blogs.
Have a great weekend!