Thursday, December 10, 2015

Quarter Box Quartet - Long Day of Travel Edition

Commuted close to 300 miles today round trip for work. Not much time and pretty exhausted, so here's a quick quartet of cards from the quarter boxes at my local hobby shop...

I've wanted a copy of flamethrower Randy Johnson's final Topps flagship card for some time now.  So weird to see him with the Giants.  I love random photos like this, but I'm sure there are collectors who don't like the fact that you can't even see Randy's face on his last card.

I was drawn to this Fleer Legacy Bobby Clarke solely due to the ferocious, toothless look going on in the background image.  That is definitely a hockey player right there.

Pretty much any Topps Fan Favorites card is going into my stack for a quarter, even more so if it features the excellent 1976 Topps design.

Remember when Teemu Selanne was with the Sharks?  Me neither.

Hopefully I'll get something with a little more substance up this weekend, but not a bad little lot of four for the time being...

4 comments:

Tim B. said...

That Bobby Clarke is great!

Nick said...

The Randy Johnson is easily one of my all-time favorite sunset cards.

shlabotnikreport said...

If relic cards had existed in the 1970's, do you supposed there would have been a Bobby Clarke "teeth relic" card?

shoeboxlegends said...

Oh man, that would be kind of gross but also kind of interesting!

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