Monday, October 28, 2013

Yard Sale Find # 6+7 2001 Topps Gallery Baseball

We recently posted about a Yard Sale we went to and picked up a bunch of sports cards at (mostly baseball). We thought it would be fun to take you on the journey with us to discover what is inside of every box, every single we got picking out the best ones along the way to show. We hope you enjoy the trip and comments are always welcomed.

 This box was marked 2001 Topps Gallery. We were obviously hoping that Albert Pujols snuck his way into the box, but didn't. Still some great looking cards and almost a complete base set.

Really like the "painting" of Jeter right here.

"Rookie Cards" no one I have ever heard of ;)

 Legends were found in this box however. My favorite and most valuable of the group was Nolan Ryan.

Overall, in this box, not too many big finds here. Some great artistic work. Not usually a fan of these kinds of base cards, but this one was well done. If I had to pick a favorite artist painted card from the set, it would be the Jeter above.Something about that blue sky and pinstripes.

As for find number 7, it wasn't anything too exciting or something that needed it's own post but we got a base card set of 2000 Upper Deck Sp baseball. We double checked to make sure it was all there and was.

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