I found this card by chance when I did a Google search for "1963 Fleer Autographed." It had just been added to inventory at an online retailer named Mickey's Cards out of Arizona. I was able to get this for less than $20 delivered. I consider that a bargain given that Donovan died 18 years ago, in 1997. Naturally, I have now liberated it from the plastic jail you see above.
This project is going to slow down considerably from here on out. Of the 18 cards I yet to have in autographed form, only 4 have living subjects (Willie Mays, Al Jackson, Rich Rollins, and Bill White.) I thought I had Mays last year, but the signing was delayed several times and finally never happened. I have plans to get Jackson and Rollins. White is harder. I understand he doesn't do autographs through the mail anymore, so I'll have to wait for one to come up at auction.
Of the 14 cards of deceased players, I have no clear idea how it will go. For every reasonable Dick Donovan, there is a Gene Oliver. There was an EBay auction a short time ago for an autographed '63 Fleer Oliver that closed at $111.50. That is way too rich for my blood at this time.
So, in summary, I have line of sight to 50, but not beyond. I feel pretty good about this given I started this project on a lark a few years ago.
What I am listening to: Children of Children by Jason Isbell