This is the exact opposite of that.
Since I buy a lot of repacks, boxes of commons and the like, I have a collection of sets where I only have one card from it. Now I could just probably package these orphans to bloggers who could use the cards, but we don't have time for rational solutions. I have these cards and I must tell you about them.
The first post in this series features a 1987 Kraft Home Plate Heroes Wally Joyner.
This was cut out of a box of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, hence the back is blank.
It was a forty-eight card set, which apparently is very difficult to find in good condition.
According to baseball-almanac.com here is the checklist:
|3||Cal Ripken, Jr.|
You can imagine how easy it would be to have them have some sort of damage or creasing.
If anybody has any of the other forty-seven cards, I'm interested in trading for them.