I mostly focused on vintage at the card show, because there was only one table with a dime box, but around 5 good vintage tables. At a card show, you really just have to go with the cards that are available. Also, the same day I went to the card show I finally received my order from baseballcardstore.ca, so I was a bit surfeited with dime cards. Though, as you can tell from the first post, I still got a lot.
I got a good amount of cards for my dad's collection, because I've been selling some of my dad's vintage duplicates so instead of having 3,000 duplicates, he can finish his sets. I mostly got cards for his 1967 and 1973 sets, as those are ones he doesn't have a ton of cards from. With sets he's close to completing, I figure that it's better to shop on-line than at a card show, because the odds aren't great that I'll find many of the cards he needs.
And if anyone's interested in some 1970s cards, let me know at jiachetta42 at gmail dot com.
|Combo cards with silly names are the best|
|Just beautiful. Especially at 70 cents each.|
|A duplicate, but I couldn't pass it up at $3. Available if you're interested.|
|Hal McRae looks so young!|
|Hal Reniff's nickname was Porky. You're welcome.|
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