Sunday, February 21, 2016

Didn't Expect To Hear From Me Today, Did You? (Part II)

Here's a bit more from the card show I went to a few months ago. I think I paid fifty cents a card for the following:


1975 Topps Willie Stargell


1976 Topps Willie Stargell


1976 Topps Joe Morgan


1979 Topps Rod Carew

The rest of these cards I got for three for a quarter.





I also picked up the 1986 Star Wade Boggs twenty-four card set. The first twelve cards had statistical information on the backs and the last twelve cards had a picture of him batting. The cards were issued in sheets of three.



This is the back of the last twelve cards. With all the space above his head, this would have made a great card for 1988 Score.





To conclude this evening's post, I present with you some from the 1978 Papa Gino's Collector's Series. There were forty discs in this set, and you could become the proud owner of one (or more) with your meal.

I can squeeze at least one more post out of this card show. I got a couple yearbooks and some cheap boxes that I'll share with you next time. See you then!

7 comments:

  1. Great vintage pick ups, and great oddballs. Is that an" extra Carew disc?

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    1. Why, yes it is. It's yours if you want it.

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  2. Love those discs. A rare '70s card item I've never seen before.

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  3. Like Night Owl, I've never seen those discs. I'm both excited and very, very jealous at seeing a new Mark Fidrych oddball I need for my collection.

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  4. Wow! .50 Pops cards and some great oddballs.

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  5. The 70s cards look like they are in great shape for .50 each. I love oddball MSA sets, especially those disc sets. Never truly appreciated them back in the day, but now I think they are great. Nice pulls

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  6. The papa Gino's set had 40 discs. Twenty five of which were Redsox

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