It has been a long time since I added anything to my two player collections: Paul Blair and Johnny Antonelli. I have likely exhausted most of the major issues for both men and am down to the rare oddball/regional issues. Of course, there are numerous non-licensed cut-auto issues over the last decade. But, I don't really collect those as they generally don't feature photos and are issued in deliberately low numbers (Artificial scarcity makes my blood boil and is why I gave up collecting modern set issues (I'm looking at you, Heritage!)
But, I continue to keep an eye on EBay in case anything new (to me) pops up for these PCs. A few weeks ago something did:
A 1961 Kahn's Wiener Antonelli. This is considered card #1 in the 43 card set. The cards aren't actually numbered, as you can see below. But, Antonelli is first when the card subjects are alphabetized. So, card #1. Kahn's was an Ohio meat company, so this set only features players from the Indians, Reds, and Pirates. The set features Hall of Famers Bill Mazeroski, Frank Robinson, and Roberto Clemente.
A quick review indicates that this is the 62nd unique Antonelli card in my collection. That includes a couple Stratomatic cards.
What I am listening to: Corazon Espinado by Santana