Yes, I want all the Wallach cards out there. No I will not pay $5 for a card that list for 1 to 8 cents. There is a limit to my insanity. I didn't take screen shots of every listing when this particular seller was trying to bait me (I assume) into bankruptcy. But, I have since started a collection of screen shots featuring insane Wallach listings that may or may not be inspired by this blog.
The above is a blank back error for $200. No thank you. I don't have any blank backs (I do have a blank front '89 Topps), and wouldn't mind owning one. But not for $200, not even if the shipping is free. Fifty cents sounds fair to me. Now, I don't believe there was '82 Wallach printed without black ink, but even that wouldn't be something I'd go $200 deep for. Though it would certainly push the rare $10 thresh hold
An 1988 Topps All-Star, as described above. Since this card is the mast head of this blog, I've been saving it as the last card I will feature once I run out of cards to list. (Spoiler Alert) I currently have 107 of them. Not one did I have to pay anywhere near $5 for. In fact, 18 cents is the most I've ever paid for one, and frankly, that felt a little steep.
Another seller, I guess trying to be "reasonable." I only have 105 of Wallach's 1990 Donruss. I'd like to have more. But if they're going to cost $2.99 apiece, I can live with 105.