Saturday, January 5, 2013

Trade post: Where were you the night of December...

It's important that as a blogger, I am completely honest with you at all times. As much as the internet is filled only with truths, we must be wary when something may not be totally honest. And that honesty can be minor fib, or it can be a huge falsehood. It all we do, it's vital that we make no attempt to deceive the person whom we are speaking with, whether in person or online.

Get to the point, Mr. Jeff!

Alright, Mr. Mason! Those Heritage cards I gave away for "Tis the Season"- I traded a bunch of them prior to the giveaway.

See, here's how it went down. Kerry from Cards on Cards has a want list, trying to complete the Heritage set. I had a bunch of that Heritage I never really liked. After a couple emails, I sent him a ton of Heritage. Then, looking at what I had left, I realized how much I detested the stuff and offered it up in the giveaway, just so I wouldn't have to look at the cards. So the giveaway were my leftovers - and I would give them away again if I had to. 

Innocent by reason of insanity.

Anyway, as I was saying, we are talking here today about a trade with Kerry at Cards on Cards. Kerry had a need for Heritage, and I had a need for a couple things I saw on his trade bait page. One thing lead to another, and I sent him a nice load of cards. Finally my chance to show a few of what he sent in return.

It's always nice to add a White Sox auto to my collection. I've been watching some Morel's on eBay, but never pulled the trigger. Now I don't have to.

Two serialed refractors from a Heritage set I can tolerate.

Action packed of Wilbut Wood (I love the red jerseys) and lil' Luis Aparico. There were a ton of other White Sox cards, and I finally recvd my first micro.

That is a great card from when Cracker Jack knew what the hell they were doing. 

So head on over to Kerry's blog and check out his wants. And always tell the truth.


  1. I wish Action Packed had been able to last a few more years. Those were some cool little sets that I missed out on the first time around.

  2. I have never seen that Action Packed Aparicio before. That is one terrific card.

  3. 1991 Topps Fisk is a heck of a card.