It is still hellaciously hot here and, having had 100+ temperatures and no rain for weeks, the area is a tinderbox. Yesterday, wildfires broke out south of here and, at their closest, were about 4.5 miles away. Needless to say, I have been stressed and in a poor mood lately. But today, I got a little pick me up.
I had to head up north to get feed and West Nile vaccines. Just a bit further up the road, so to speak, is an LCS that holds a show the first Saturday of every month. It isn't a big show, usually just 6-8 dealers. But, I figured I'd stop in and see what was up. I didn't want to spend a ton of money, since next weekend is the two day bi-monthly show in OKC. I figured I'd just paw threw a few quarter boxes and call it good. Well, I had a good visit.
In the quarter boxes I found about 8 Heritage inserts that I will need at some point. I also found some neat Sportflics cards.
This is a neat little card from 1989. Unlike most 3-D cards, which have two images, this one has three images. And, unlike most multi-player rookie cards, this one has three players that all went on to long and productive MLB careers.
I also found a few vintage cards in the quarter box.
I would have called that a good day, but I found another dealer who had a
about 4 cards I actually needed for my 1971 set, including this Tommie
Aaron high number card.
With that, I was ready to leave when I spied a stack of 1969 Topps Deckle Edge cards.
The guy made me a sweetheart deal on the entire stack, which was 70 cards. Of course, the deckle insert set was only 33 cards in size and the stack I bought only had 24 unique cards. So, I now have a stack of deckles available for trade including several Maury Wills, Juan Marichal, and Frank Howards. Any one interested?