As usual, the show had about 6 sellers, only one of which had any vintage. I was probably only at the show about 45 minutes, and didn't spend much at all, but I did buy a few things.
I found 5 more cards for my 1972 set, including the three above. This leaves me with three cards left to complete the set. Of those three, two are semi-high commons, 537 (Bob Locker) and 645 (Jim Maloney.) The third card is 695 (Rod Carew), which I rarely see selling at what I consider a reasonable price ($20-$25). Getting this late in the set building process, I will probably weaken and spend more than I want just to get the set done, but I am going to try and avoid that fate.
I trawled through some discount boxes and found a couple things that interested me.
A 2001 Bowman Reprint Bat Relic of Minnie (Orestes) Minoso.
Nice little oddball here. It is actually a playing card. The 10 of Clubs to be specific. The restaurant was a St. Louis institution for many years, but has been closed nearly 30 now, victim of a business dispute with former Musial teammate, Joe Garagiolo. For more information, see this article.
What I am listening to: Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty