I busted a couple of 2008 Upper Deck Timeline some time ago and it didn't look like I had the Adenhart among the partial set of cards I'd put together - so for my Angels frankenset, I picked up this card picturing the one-time Angel who was among three people killed by a drunk driver in 2009. Show More Summary
Quick post tonight. Just 10 cards, but some great photos nonetheless. I had picked up a pair of cards from a seller on Sportlots who charged the same flat rate to ship up to 10 cards. Of course I did what any good collector would do and found 8 cards at the bare minimum price of 18 cents each to round out the order.Let's see those 8 first... Show More Summary
Type: Morgan Silver Dollar Year: 1884 Mint Mark: CC Face Value: 1.00 USD Total Produced: 1,136,000 Silver Content: 90% Silver Weight: 0.7735 oz. This is a beautiful example of the 1884 Carson City silver dollar. Graded MS65 by PCGS, you will love this coin’s blast white surface with incredible cart-wheel. The luster is just incredible, […]
Who wants to get hit in the head by a line drive? Who is he? Brandon McCarthy has been a starting pitcher in the bigs for the last 11 seasons, but he's best known for being smacked by a line drive late in the 2012 season. The shot to the head fractured his skull and caused injuries to his brain. Show More Summary
Filled with excitement/dread. I'm getting close to wrapping up the Spring Cleaning trade posts, although there are plenty of teams still available for all you latecomers and slacker types. Royal Phil of Royal Card Review sent over most...Show More Summary
I may have been browsing a dealer's listings on eBay when I discovered this Valentin card with what looks to be a Roberto Alomar cameo - while it's not for my Angels frankenset, I picked up the 'nicer' Museum Collection parallel for my 'bonus babies' mini-collection, consisting of star players' cameos on common players' cards.
Title: [Group portrait of a woman and three men, crouched outside, smiling; one of the men is displaying a dish of panned gold] Date Created/Published: [between ca. 1900 and 1916] Check out other Coinologist archive photo posts here...
I'm taking a break from the constant string of trade posts tonight to showcase a new highlight of my Red Sox collection, my first true vintage Lefty Grove card! I've talked about these National Chicle Diamond Stars cards numerous times now. Show More Summary
I picked up this nearly seven-year old base card variation for $3 and change - the image of the Hall of Famer looks like it might have been originally black and white, then colorized on Photoshop to make it stand out on a trading ca...
Behold, the beauty that is Flair. Bo Rosny's Baseball Cards Come to Life! is another blog that has seemingly been around forever. Bo is out there grabbing interviews, profiling players, and generally making the rest of us blogging chumps look lazy and... Show More Summary
Title: Prospector pouring dirt which he thinks contains gold in sluice box. The sluice box is so placed that the water of the stream naturally runs through it, taking off the lighter dirt and sticks and stones while the heavy gold clings to the bottom of the box. The water is caught in the pan […]
Pack one#230 Howie Kendrick#82 Mookie Wilson#147 Jarrod Parker #72 Carlos Martinez - Gold mini parallel serial #'d 1/99#47 Ozzie Smith#218 Jake PeavyPack two#41 Ivan Rodriguez#164 Tony Gwynn#176 Yasiel Puig#26 Freddie Freeman - miniShow More Summary
I like buybacks. There...I said it. I know, they're stupid. Gimmicks. Pointless. I've heard it all. With only one exception that comes to mind, I've basically seen them universally panned on the card blogs. I can't explain why I like them, but I do. Show More Summary
The cards keep accumulating. Night Owl Cards has been around almost as long as this place has, and has certainly been more prolific in all aspects of the blog game. (Is there such thing as a blog game?) Countless numbers of padded envelopes have been exchanged, and back in May yet another one of these transactions occurred. Show More Summary
I was recently the recipient of my second PWE from Joe Shlabotnik, proprietor of The Shlabotnik Report. Let's tear in... Leading off strong with a pair of 1981 Fleer cards that get me oh so close to a complete team set. Dwight Evans......and Garry Hancock. Show More Summary
Trying to get back into the swing of things with these weekly Signature Sundays posts, highlighting autographs from my collection that have never seen the light of day on the blog here. Let's switch over to hockey this week... This Notable...Show More Summary
A quarter box and a dollar in my pocket; a match made in heaven... This one was all about the mask, brown leg pads and wooden VIC stick. Can't leave a T206 Wagner behind in a quarter box. This is the closest I'll ever getting to owning an original. Show More Summary
I impulsively picked up a couple of blaster boxes [the other was 2015 Topps Gypsy Queen] even though I'd already put them back on the shelves once as I went to the check out counter - I had figured with other things going on, none of...Show More Summary
Tonight I've got the content of the latest excellent trade package that I received from Tim B of I Love the Smell of Cardboard in the Morning.Before I get to the new cards Tim sent along, a couple of housekeeping items. I had two cards that Tim sent in his last package that I never thanked him for simply because I couldn't identify them at the time. Show More Summary
1995 Pinnacle Museum Collection #215 - like the Eduardo Perez card from this post, the image caught my eye and I had to add this particular card. Regardless of what the Rawlings Gold Glove meant 20 years ago and what it means now [with...Show More Summary