December 1, 2010

More Circulated Favorites

It's been over a month since my last post but it doesn't mean I haven't been busy with card stuff. Getting the team lot project wrapped up was a lot more overwhelming than I thought. I've still got one more box to go out to Night Owl which will go out eventually. I've been doing a lot of Ebay business getting rid of stuff I don't want and know will bring a few dollars. I sold a Steve Johnson National Treasures Auto /99 for $60 just prior to the Steelers game which worked out well. I still have a couple of his other autos and now two of his orange refractors. One of which is for sale on Ebay.

I thought I'd give you all something to look at as I've added more cards to my Circulated favorites collection. These are my favorite cards that may or may not be worth anything but I put them into Topps Uncirculated cases once I pop the crappy card out.

The first is a Steve Johnson RC refractor. The second is a cool MJ card showing him dunking with the Sears Tower in the background. Then you have Rowdy Roddy Piper choking out the Junkyard Dog, a Brandon Phillips Beam Team auto card. These Beam Team and Gallery of Heroes stained glass cards are becoming my favorite cards. The last is an Oscar Robertson in a Cincinnati Royals uni. Too bad Cincy doesn't still have an NBA team. How gangster would that team be? Of course the scan doesn't do these cards justice.


Spankee said...

I've got the black and white version (#/99) of that Phillips auto if you are interested.

Derek said...

I was wondering if you'd want to swap reds for braves cards?

Cameron said...

Spankee, I think I'll pass on the silver Beam Team. I've seen those and didn't really care for them much. Thanks for the offer though.

Derek, I'm not sure that I have that many Braves left. Send me an email and I'll remember to look the next chance I get. I can think of a Bowman Sterling Hudson relic off the top of my head.

Spankee said...

yeah, I'm not sure why they took a stained glass set that looks awesome with all the colors, then made a numbered parallel that was black and white.

Cameron said...

Spankee, if you really didn't want it I could send you a small stack of B.J. Upton cards for it. I've got a couple autos too that are uncertified that I got on ebay (they look real). If that interests you email me and we'll exchange addresses.