(04-22-2012 07:13 PM)beatles guy Wrote: OK, added some pics to the original post.
(04-16-2012 06:59 PM)beatles guy Wrote: I'm a live auction junkie and yesterday was the first auction in a long time that had baseball cards on it. I went in not expecting much but was I pleasantly surprised. Tons of pre-1980 vintage to be had. I had to wait three hours for them to get to it, but I picked up the main thing in my sights, a 1965 Topps set. The price....
I was floored. I never thought I would get it for that. Cards range from VG-EXMT, with most being EX. Just thought I'd share Oh yeah, also picked up an '83 and '84 Topps set and an '84 Fleer set. I also picked up a '76-'77 Topps basketball set for $15, most of those are EX-MT or better.
Some of the gig 'uns...
(04-17-2012 09:53 PM)beatles guy Wrote: This was a local, live auction. I already have cards in hand. A doctor's wife had died and they were selling basically everything. He was a collector of many things but baseball cards were his passion. I've been going to these particular auctioneers for years but this is the first time they've had that many cards. They list in my local paper and also have a website. I passed on so many 70's sets because I didn't want to get out of control. The one I regret missing was a 1970 Topps set that went for $120.
Rice, you could try auctionzip.com. They list a ton of auctions on one site.
I will post pics this week. I've been working quite a bit lately.