Will something magical fall out of here? We will find out together next year.
I really want this blog to be about giving back to the readers. So leave a comment and one lucky commenter will receive these two gems.....
Comment by Wednesday 6pm central to have a shot! Good Luck!
Gotta love MelReplyDelete
Maybe coming to live with you!Delete
Oh my goodness! Free them from their prisons! :p I do love me some '53 Topps though.ReplyDelete
If you win you will set them free! Good Luck!Delete
I don't remember retail boxes costing so much back in the day. Makes me wonder how much it set you back... but I won't ask though :)ReplyDelete
And thank you for yet another contest!
15.95 at steel cityDelete
Wow, sweet cards.ReplyDelete
If I win, please send the Mel to Mark Hoyle and the Young to Kerry...or I can so that you don't ship to two separate places!
You got it brotherDelete
I seem to have come across you during your last push. Regardless, I'm excited for the ride!ReplyDelete
Good time to join the fun. Will be here all year and then plan to hang it upDelete
Mel Parnell isn't a Hall of Famer, but he IS in "Willie, Mickey, & The Duke," which might even be more prestigious!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the contest! My high school physics teacher was named Bob Young. Not the same guy.ReplyDelete
I bet the picture would have been a fun teacher to have. I had a substitute in high school that was subbing while playing minor league ball. Weston WebberDelete
Ovation was always a decent break. Upper Deck did a wonderful job with the releases.ReplyDelete
Wow early 1950s Topps as a contest? Very kind of you sir!ReplyDelete
Gotta make it worth yalls time!!Delete
Nice Vintage love. That Ovation box will be a fun break!ReplyDelete
Ovation! It's not the Japanese version though... (I guess getting a Mantle is better than a Griffey shoe?) But vintage Topps is always cool!ReplyDelete
You and I should talk! I need your help with this project!Delete
I'd be nuts not to comment and get a shot at those vintage!ReplyDelete
The 1999 Ovation base set is pretty awesome. Can't wait to see what's in the box.ReplyDelete
Me too Fuji!Delete
A couple of beauts!ReplyDelete
I would love to get a St. Louis Brown in my collection!ReplyDelete
Good luck Rob!Delete
First time to your blogs and nice, very nice. Thanks to all like you that give so much to everyone and anyone. ThanksReplyDelete