This is the last Vintage post for this round but I still have quite a few posts left. I finally got my last box of cards from Sportlots logged in today. I still have to scan but I'm hoping to get it done tomorrow. I'm buying so many cards now it's tough keeping up with the posting. I debate to just not post everything here but then I feel like I might not post something somebody wants to see. I know my stuff isn't anything special but sometimes I feel like that's what makes my blog different.
I added 2 more to the 1979 set at $.18/each. These 2 give me 404 cards.
As much as I like vintage, these are some pretty boring shots. I picked up these 6 from 1977, also for $.18/each. They give me 242 cards.
I also grabbed a couple of 1975's but I paid a quarter each for them. They give me 99 cards which puts me at an even 15%. Long ways to go which is why I didn't mind paying $.25. Plus, you know, a quarter for vintage is still good.
3 more for the 1974 Topps set. All $.18 again and they put me at 307 cards.
Last but not least, I picked up 4 more for the 1970 set. These 4 only get me at 77 cards for that set. All but the Joe Lahoud card were $.18, Joe was a quarter.
While I still love vintage, there is a whole lot of boring photos going on up there.