I've been reading everyone's posts lately, I just haven't posted anything. Between school and...well, school, I've been swamped. However, I have picked up a few cards. I mentioned that I had a few dollars left over from a few deals I made before I left the oil and gas industry....those dollars are officially gone.
I'm not going to post everything tonight, though. I have to keep you coming back, right? So let's take a look at the new additions to the Matt Harrison PC.
First up, some minis:
If I didn't tell you these were minis, you'd never know. But they are. And now you know. The black is numbered to 5 and the pink is numbered to 25. I need only the mini base and gold parallel to be done with 2014 minis! (In case you forgot, I picked up the Platinum 1/1 a little while ago)
I also snagged this guy:
The 2013 Topps Tribute "Tribute to the Stars" auto numbered to 24. The scan really doesn't do the card justice. It's absolutely beautiful.
Now, on to a few more card-related things. First, I am sending cards to Tony and Keith today. Sorry it took me so long to get these in the mail to y'all. I know it is frustrating on your end, and I sincerely apologize.
Second, since Mr. Nachose Grande is hosting a 2015 Topps Heritage break, I think I will refrain from doing the same. I don't want to be a direct competitor. What this means for you: I will probably wait and once again host a Gypsy Queen break (last year was fun, right?) or a Bowman break, both of which release in April.
Lastly, you may have noticed that I said I Was out of card money. That's no joke, and it sucks. So, I decided to do what I always do; sell a few cards on eBay that don't fit my PCs. However, I want to do something a little different. Remember this?
It's a 2001 team-issued, autographed (and team certified) A-Rod jersey. My former boss gave it to me as a Christmas present. I was stoked at the time, but it really doesn't fit my collection and I have nowhere to display it. So I thought about raffling it off - to you! I would sell spots - 10 spots for $15 each (maybe 3 for $35) - and then "draw" a name via random.org. Of course, everything would be "televised" via one of the video services. Is that something any of you would be a fan of? Leave me a note below telling me if that is a good - or bad - idea! I would appreciate it!
That's all for now, people. Have a good one!