venerdì 23 maggio 2014

This week in my mailbox episode 4

Hello collectors from all over the world!

This post should have been titled "last two weeks in my mailbox", because I accumulated so many packages in the last two weeks, I think this post will be veeery long and rich in pictures....

First up is a card of a player that has recently been on the rise, on the field and on the bay of E as well, I'm talking about Yoenis Cespedes, and the card I received last week is a Topps Tribute WBC (no,really?) with an autograph of the cuban player, and here it is...

It is the red/pink/fuchsia (who knows?) version of the card, numbered to a nice 40, and you would probably be surprised knowing that I paid a very (very) low price for this card...very...

Next up, and from the same set, are the three cards I'm going to show you

And now let's move on to some fabric into some cardboard....I'm talkin 'bout jersey cards!


First, a quad-relic card of three (and soon four) former yankees, a very nice card, even though it's not numbered (it'd deserve it, am I right?). And most importantly, this card came from a fellow european collector...and no, it's not from the dutch card guy, but from a french collector..and yes, there's plenty of baseball cards collecting going on here in Europe, we are five I think, but we may be six or seven!
The second is a jersey card of A-rod, I player that I like, no matter what's been going on recently...
And the third one, well, the reasons I got it are:
- it was on ebay for a price so low that was too sad not to buy it, and
- this card probably features the biggest piece of jersey I have in my collection, and not the usual plain white anonymous piece of jersey..ok ,it's a plain black anonymous piece of jersey...

And staying in the jersey and former yankees mood, here's a pretty nice and pretty rare (it's numbered to just 3) Robinson  Cano Jersey card, nice isn't it?

We're almost at the end of this post, but before I end it, let me show some more stuff the postman (no, not Karl Malone) left in the mailbox recently....




Ok, now this post is complete...just a couple details on the above cards, the weird-shaped Conway is numbered to 50, the Blanks is numbered to 250, the Coghlan to 99, and the Prizms are very hard to scan!

Best regards from Italy and keep collecting!

P.S. contact me if you're looking for trades, I've tons of base cards from 80's to present if you're looking for specific cards to complete your sets!

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