On Saturday 07 April (yeah I keep on focusing on the stuff I got from this post. So what? Its my blog and it was a huge mailday, and I am way behind on tons of stuff.) I got a sportlots order of the 2012 Topps Opening Day set of 220 cards. I got the set for 25¢ + 17.00 shipping (only cost the seller $5.10 to ship). So not a bad price even though the shipping is THE price of the set. Then about a week and a half later, from Ebay I got the Mascots subset of 25 cards on Wednesday 18 April for $22.99 + $3.50 shipping. I'm going to blog about the cute Mascots soon as well as the 2010 Mascots subset I got the following day. I love Mascot cards. I need the 2011 Mascots set.
OK now for some select cards from this set.
I suppose I should mention that the last card in the set card Number 220 Carlos Lee Astros has no number on it. I think this is an UER (Uncorrected ERror). I noticed other people in the blog universe have been questioning this and it seems every Lee card on Ebay is unnumbered. So NO it should not be sold or bought for tons more than the rest of the individual cards from this set.
2012 Topps Opening Day Baseball 220 Carlos Lee Astros
(Front and Back) - NNO UER
(Front and Back) - Chose this card for the cool play at the plate picture
(Front and Back) - Now with Tigers but you'd never know it with this set
(Front and Back) - Cool sliding picture "Look Ma No Hands!"
(Front and Back) - New Miami Uniform (Airburshed)
(Front and Back) - Cool catcher in his gear action photo
2011 Topps Baseball Diamond Giveaway Code Card TDG-23
(Front and Back)
Note: The code shown on the back of this card has long expired.
I will also try to get the rest of the 2010 Million Card Giveaway Code cards I don't have. Actually for those I'd like to get some duplicates of them because I have an idea for them. I don't care that all these code things are expired the cards themselves (like some of the Toppstown cards) are fun to collect.
this post. As I said I'd like to get some dupes of them for a project.
Note: The Jayson Werth Nationals card shown at the top of this post I have already talked about at my Curly W Cards blog in this post.