Friday, July 11, 2008

A long, long time ago...

It feels like forever and a day ago, I sat down and wrote out a post for Tribecards! In reality, it has been nearly two weeks! My vacation to Disney World was absolutely amazing! But, the real reason we gather to this meeting place is to talk some Tribe, so let's get back into the swing of it! There is a LOT to catch up on!

As I mentioned before, I had packages waiting for me after I got back from San Antonio. One of them was from FleerFan, and it was a very COOL stack of stickers and a 1964 Topps Indians Team card! There were so many, I couldn't even get all of them on my scanner for ya! :-) Thanks a TON, FleerFan! I'm still huntin' down stickers you need, too.




There was also an envelope from Kevin. When I opened it up, I discovered a 2002 Topps Archives Herb Score with a part of the "old" Municipal Stadium (seat) in the card! Awesome pull, and I don't know if it was intentional or not, but this card also falls into the Tipton category, with a full-length crease across the card just above the seat fragment! As I am sure you know by now, I enjoy cards that have been allowed to 'breathe' which sometimes also means they have been allowed to 'flex' their muscles, too! :-) Excellent card!! Thanks a bunch, Kevin!




If that weren't enough, after I got back from Disney World, I had two MORE packages waiting for me! This was like Christmas after winning the lottery!

The first package was from dayf. It contained two stacks of cards. There are all kinds of stickers, inserts, vintage included! Like I said, like Christmas!




Then, there was ANOTHER package to open! This one was from Wax Heaven. I'll post more about that package next time! :-)

In the meantime, enjoy a few pics (of the hundreds) from Disney World:



3 comments:

  1. Poor Herb Score

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  2. I'm glad to see the stickers arrived safely. I hope you enjoy them!

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  3. This baseball game was really fun to see. GOOD JOB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBRRRRRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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