This blog is about sports cards. I tend to only purchase cheap items so don't come hear expecting to see big money cards. My teams collections are Chicago White Sox and Michigan Wolverines. I also have a bunch of player collections.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

New Additions - Vintage Collection (1974-1980)

*For those new to the blog, all purchases were made on Ebay (unless otherwise noted) and all were under $.50/shipped.

I'm listing Ebay stuff but also I got a package from Bru over at Remember the Astrodome so you'll see assorted stuff from him as well. He was originally going to hook me up with some 1984 Topps (which he did) but he ended up sending a bunch more vintage as well as some White Sox needs. I'll be randomizing the posts like I did the last bunch.

I'm guessing since Bru is a Houston Astros fan, that these were all dupes from his collection but they are a welcome addition to the Vintage collection here.

I actually bought 2 of these for the White Sox collection on accident but that just means that I picked one up for the Vintage collection. It was all intentional, I swear.

Some bonus cards this month, my cousin "Sluggo" has finished his 1973 set and is starting a 1974 set so he bought a lot on Ebay and sent me his dupes for my vintage collection. As you can see, a nice, healthy stack was added, the bad part, that was half the package. I still have some left (20 cards, including another of that top card up there) and since I'm not collecting the Traded set, I have a stack (59 cards) from it as well. If you're interested in them, let me know. There are dupes in both lots so don't expect 20 or 59 different cards. I'm not looking for a trade, if you're interested in one or all of them, let me know. If you have a needs list for this set, leave me the link in the comments and I'll see if there is anything up there you need.

In case you're interested, the reason I pretty much always post pics of single cards is because of these 2 blogs that I use to store my cards. My Personal Collections (now with over 2300 cards) and My Baseball Card Obsession (now with over 2500 cards and almost 900 different card labels).

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