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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Fuji delivers a knockout blow

One of my favorite bloggers to read and follow is Mark from the Chronicles of Fuji.  He is also one of my favorite targets because he has such wide and varied cardboard interests.  Well, he layed the cardboard smackdown on me today!  Just sit back and enjoy the ride!

 Did Fuji know that I didn't have any 1984 Topps Traded Bravos??
 At first glance it's just a Topps Heritage Panel
 Upon further review, It's Fuji contributing to my 2015 Auto Project
 Mark knows that I love the Cards and this piece is PRIME
 This is the true knockout blow that Fuji sent my way!  What is inside? Internally I was hoping for Autos!?!
 The hope was in fact the reality!!  The following scans will detail 39 more autos that Fuji has delivered to me!
 Wasn't Ryan Anderson supposed to be a big deal??
 Loving that Fish
 That Stars auto rocks
 I've always like the Throwbacks auto!  The Janicki was from one of the first Auto sets put out there
 They just keep coming!
 USA Baby!
 Stars and Stripes
 Fuji finished me off with a Crimson Tide Alumni Upper Cut!!!!BOOOOOOOM

Mark-I owe you a true Domo Arigato on this one my friend!  It is going to be so much fun putting these into the autograph binder tonight.  I truly appreciate it but you know what this means!!!


  1. congrats on the haul! are there anymore 80s-present Bravos you dont have?

  2. Wow! I don't know Fuji that well but seems to be a great guy whose blog I read a lot of and he comes to mine. I am digging those 90's autos!

  3. Wes... glad the package arrived safely. Can you use basketball and hockey autographs for your project? If so, I have a bunch for you. I also have a handful of football autographs for your project as well.

  4. That is one hell of a good package! Fuji does a great job with those and with the blog.

  5. who gathered in a Miami hotel on February 25, 1964, the night of Clay’s upset win over heavyweight boxing champ Sonny Liston that took place during the height of the civil rights struggle. a knockout post