I am the lucky guy that has this weekend off. I haven't had a weekend off in awhile. Earlier today I ventured out to a card show. I remembered to write down a list of things to focus on at the card show. Whenever I go to a card show, focus seems to be a problem. A good list helps immensely.
One of the things on the list of items to keep an eye out for was supplies. I needed some top loaders and maybe a binder if it was cheap. Another aspect of hunting down supplies is trying to find plastic holders for oddly shaped cards. This can be tough at times because some dealers may not be selling any random protective plastic casing for the one dude that may need it on that particular day.
One of the cards that needs to be encased is this 2002 Flair Box Topper Kaz Ishii. This card was sent to me by Napkin Doon and it is my first Ishii autograph.
This card is also thick due to the slice of wood that Ishii signed. I will have to roll by my local card shop and try to find something to help display this card.
Napkin Doon also sent me this card which has the ability to stand on its own. See evolution is real. This baseball card proves it. Cards have the strength to stand now. Pretty soon they will be walking and causing a ruckus.
I am not sure what type of plastic case I will buy to house this card. Maybe something that is used for ticket stubs?
I really like this card. Not only were Shawn Green and Paul Lo Duca two of my favorites in the early 2000s but, this card has a lurking Eric Karros. Karros is seen walking up towards the plate while Green and Lo Duca are congratulating each other for a job well done.
Napkin Doon writes a unique blog and he sent me some interesting cards which I appreciate very much. Napkin Doon's blog is always entertaining and has good wit to it. Go check it out especially for his Cleve's Auction posts.
Thanks for the trade!