I'd posted two strip cards from the January Columbus card show, as they each deserved their own posts. Here be the rest of the loot.
1970 Topps Pete Rose. I am now down to only needing one card from Topps for the entire 1970's decade, and that is the 1970 Hal McRae high number short print rookie. This Petey is obviously a big get, as it is also a high number. Not the most exciting card, what with the gray border and the too-close close-up. But all Pete is good Pete.
1939 Play Ball Paul Derringer. Reds Hall of Famer. Excellent.
1977-1984 Galasso Glossy Greats. I had a Johnny Vander Meer from this set. Now I have 5 of the 7 Reds from the set. I got the guy who sold me the Rose above to toss these in for free. Bow down to my haggling skills.
90's Donruss Press Proof? Yes please. The Cueto is a Refractor. The Arroyo is a mini die cut.
That American Pie Klu insert is super thick for no real reason. It was nice to find a serial numbered Dunn in the wild. And I'm glad someone went to target, bought some blasters, got disappointed, then unloaded the red parallels for a dime each. Other people's suffering is good for Red Cardboard.
I spent 90 cents on these, knowing I probably had many of them already. I needed 6 of the 9. That's fantastic odds.
Same deal here, but needed 5 of the 9. As long as it's not a regular old base card, I'll take a chance for a dime.
I'll close with the best purchase of the day. A thousand pages for thirty bucks. Oh. Yes. I've already started paging up some junk era sets. Hello '91 Fleer. Hello '91 Topps. Hello '92 Score. You have a home now.