Some people don't like trade posts anyway but I feel if someone sends me cards, whether I buy or trade for them, they deserve a post !
Most anyone who is reading my dribble surely knows about Fan of Reds' Trade stacks.
I have requested several of them in the past and this is what I received in my last one.
The above cards and poster were all part of the stack I chose. However, I have no interest in any of them so if anyone is interested, just leave a comment.
This is the card that made me pull the trigger !
Not really sure why, but I like promo cards.
There were 8 different promo phone cards produced.They were given out at the Classic booth, at the 1995 All-Star game Fanfest, when you gave up a ticket stub.
You also received a pack with a useable $10 phone card inside.
There were 57 different phone cards available. Cal Ripken Jr. had 5 variations including an
When I see a box break from the late '90's and early '00's I take notice. To me, these are the "magic years" for modern Indian baseball cards.
This had to be one of the best Indians break I have ever been in on !
And this was the other !
I asked Fan of Reds to save me a wrapper from each box and this is what I received :
This was a great time for the Indians and their baseball cards.
Jim Thome base and pinstripe parallel.
All-Star inserts #'d to 2950.
David Justice red on top #004/299
Nearly 70 Tribe cards plus a dozen duplicates!
And, everyone got a random team also.
After agreeing to a three way trade, I ended up with the Brewers.
Glad they weren't my primary choice as there was a very limited number of cards.
These are all available if anyone is interested.
He also has a great break going on right now. Check it out here !