When a Large Priority Mail box arrived a few months ago packed with commons from 1981, 1982, and 1983 I assumed that was all that it contained. Fast forward to last week while unpacking the cards, I discovered the news paper used wasn’t an ordinary newspaper.
1992 Topps was my last year exclusively collecting baseball, near the end of the year I had started taking a big interest in hockey and hockey cards. The 1992 Topps baseball set has a lot of nostalgia for me, especially the Topps Match The Status Game cards. Through a friend’s older brother, we discovered a […]
I received three cards in the mail today and opened my first pack of hockey cards in probably 10 years. Hockey was one of my favorite sports to collect as a kid. While I did drift away from new hockey products, I never stopped buying singles that I needed.
This is my first blog post in a while. I had intentions to publish a post that has been sitting in draft mode for almost two months now, but I just haven’t had the energy to finish it. So this small update will have to do for now.
I have been stocking up on card lots and starter sets over the past month. The card lots range from the early 1980’s to the early 1990’s. I think I am looking at around 5,000 cards to sort and create want lists for each year. It’s a big task, but I love sorting.
I have been working on getting my complete 1987 Topps baseball set for some time now. The base set is complete, so I have been chasing after the errors and variations. One specific card seems to keep escaping me…