Another great package from Buckstore Cards, as always filled with great stuff, like the above Harry Giles auto-relic-rookie card from Spectra. Shiny, on-card and team color swatch, hard to beat that.
Baseball card blog focusing on 1971 Topps, cards of catchers and the Colorado Rockies, sometimes drifting of into other areas or sports.
Saturday, 30 March 2019
Tuesday, 19 March 2019
A Couple Football Trades
Thursday, 14 March 2019
3 From The 'Bay (aka Joy of a Completed Set)
Tuesday, 12 March 2019
RLC Custom Card Project: Joe Grahe, 1972 Topps
The Card: Not my favorite design of the 70s, but it is always interesting to see how these vintage designs work with modern expansion teams. This one is borrowed from the 2013 Topps Archives set which saved starting the design from scratch as the team font looks pretty daunting.
The Project: The Project: Rockies Legacy Collection custom project to make digital cards of Rockies players who never had one issued.
Sunday, 10 March 2019
My kind of Diamond Rings
It hard to believe it's almost 10 year since the Bruins last won the cup, and just as hard to believe that I haven;t picked up more of these cards. This recent lot of 2 brings me up to an unimpressive 4. Gregory Campbell was one of those players that don't show up on the statsheet, but was huge in the Bruins Playoff runs, most famously breaking his leg blocking a shot, then finishing the penalty kill against the Penguins in 2013.
Monday, 4 March 2019
First Comc Mailday of 2019 (Part 2)
I passed on buying a couple boxes of Panini Revolution and instead just bough the two autographs I really wanted, along with the Bogdanovic I found for cheap as a pending redemption. It's so nice to see Jason Williams on-card autos with the Kings in modern products and having one in Revolution, my favorite NBA product is about as good as it gets.
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