Xographs evolved into the company that made Sportflics cards a decade and a half later. But those things can't touch the 1970 Kelloggs cards.
Darrell had a huge stack of the '69 Topps Deckle Edge inserts. I wish I had picked up more but I'm certain that they will still be in the bin at his next show. Topps used this Juan Marichal picture in their 1965 set.
This shot of Brooks is from 1965.
Hawk Harrelson in his A's uni and an airbrushed BoSox cap.
Deckle Edge #4..Luis Tiant. This set was notorious for misprinted cards.
I brought home this much loved 1957 Topps Orioles team card. It was like a homely, sad, lonely puppy at the pound begging for a home. Even though I already have multiples of it I couldn't have slept had I walked away from it.
This is what team cards should always be. Team pic on the front, info on the back. I don't care about Gatorade bath shots from the previous June.
I don't have plans to ever chase the Topps World on Wheels set from the early '50s these were hard to pass up.
When I was in Springfield Massachusetts a couple of years ago the hotel we were staying at was hosting a Kaiser-Frazer owners convention. There were some really neat and unusual cars in the lot.
These last two items came from the last hotel show I went to, in June I think. They were stuck in a pocket of my backpack and I didn't remember them until I went thru my bag after last weekend's show. Kelloggs' Presidential stickers. I've read that there was a card set and a sticker set put out by Kelloggs in 1980. But I think the truth is that there were two different sticker sets. Beckett's 2016 Non-Sports catalog is useless in finding any info. It has nothing (but it does had about 35 small print pages devoted to trashy Bench Warmer cards) and I regret wasting my money on it.
Anyway, here are JFK and George Washington.
Everything else I picked up went out in PWEs and such. The next show rolls around at the end of September. I can't wait.