Monday, July 1, 2019

Keizer, OR

This massive dumping of 130 early 80's Wallach cards (and a few other strays) was sent by Bo of Keizer, Oregon.  It's the fourth time Bo has sent cards.  He most recently piled on in December with an envelope stuffed with over a 100 Wallach's, mostly Leaf and Fleer from '90-'93.  Include among the 1986 Topps All-Star cards, was the one at the bottom center of the photo, which appears to have had issues with the it's ink levels in production.  This is the sort of stuff that excites me.  When you're dealing with 655 copies of the same card, it'd probably excite you too.

A few milestones reached with these cards, 1982 Fleer joins the 300 Club, and 82 Topps becomes the first card to reach the 1,200 mark.  Thanks for the cards Bo.

Updated Totals:

1982 Fleer: 300
1982 O-Pee-Chee x2: 24
1982 Topps x5: 1,202
1983 Topps x11: 281
1984 Topps x23: 357
1985 Topps x20: 323
1986 Topps x39: 359
1986 Topps All-Star x24: 655
1990 Topps: 517
1991 Denny's x2: 18
1991 Score: 238
1991 Studio: 82

Bo didn't bother asking for anything in return, but last time he sent cards he mentioned he was looking for a 1983 Clyde Drexler Police Card.  It's pictured below, and if you have one you'd be willing to part with, you can reach Bo on twitter at @BoLane to see if he's still in the market for one.

1 comment:

  1. I understand where you're coming from when you say a card with ink production issues gets you excited. LOL