After much delay and the trip to another show....here is the last pic from my trip to the Mansfield Ohio show. If not for the fact that I had these already scanned in, there would be no more talk of that show. The Pacific legends cards are all from the one good dime or quarter box...not sure which it was now. The 2 slabbed cards were the final cards of the $5/ autos from desperate for money guy and the 1960 Yankee coaches and 78 Nolan were both wantlist needs bought for less than sticker price, of course it turns out the Yankee coaches card is one I already possessed so it is now up for trade, make me an offer.
As was mentioned earlier I was able to go to another show this past week, the huge quarterly show at the Franklin County Veterans Memorial hall in Columbus, Ohio. There I got to meet the world famous baseball dad, who lets be honest is a way better blogger than I will ever be so I suggest you head to his site to read about the show and even view a current photo of the both of us. It was great meeting Jack and his son Josh, and I am quite hopeful we will get to meet up again.
I picked up a pile of minis from a quarter box $12 worth to be exact, nothing to exciting, gave some to Jack and picked up some various Gypsy Queens to trade so if you are collecting the GQ minis either wait for a trade post or send me a message and I will let you know what I have to trade. I did take advantage of the many, many many tables of vintage to knock some needs for my 1960 collection including finishing the first 2 pages in the binder. Now let me just add that a more organized person would remember to bring his lists to a 100 table show, of course I am no such person and as such I left all of my lists at home, but there were a few cards that I could remember that I needed, the 3 missing cards from the first 20 cards of the set: 1 3 18.
Until then ....lets make a deal!