However, that non-sports part is still there in the background. I was interested in buying a Carrerra's Famous Airmen & Airwomen Amelia Earhart card though, in the end, I chose not to as the seller was asking $25 and it isn't unusual to find the entire set for less than that on eBay. But, I did scratch the non-sport itch a bit when another seller had a lot of 22 1959 Fleer 3 Stooges cards for $1.50 each. I've seen these cards previously and have been interested in putting the set together. But, the prices have been more than I was willing to pay. So, I jumped at the chance to get these cards.
This is a 96 card set and appears to be a popular set to collect.
On that note, slight intermission: My new dog, Merle, is starting to settle in and learn the household rules. He still has a way to go, but the other dogs have accepted him and the cats are starting to come out of hiding, As a working dog, he still wants to chase the cats and has an innate need to herd me.....somewhere. But, he is learning and will soon overcome his programming.
Anyways, back to the Stooges.
Interestingly, the set includes 3 checklist cards (16, 63, and 64) which are exceedingly rare. If this article at PSA can be believed, there are only 200 copies of these checklist cards known to exist. That sounds like a recipe for some seriously expensive cards. So, I probably won't collect this set. If cards come my way cheap, sure, I'll pick them up. But, as fun as it is, I'd rather save my big investments for valuable cards I need for my sports sets. So, don't expect to see more of these.
What am I listening to: Steppin' Out by Joe Jackson
Haven't watched the Stooges in decades... but I vaguely remember watching them when I was little. And that song is a classic. Was just listening to it on my drive home from work last week.ReplyDelete
Crazy how over the years this show just keeps growing, growing, growing. How many times have you been to the national? Still routinely going to the dallas show every year?ReplyDelete