Today - Jeff helps me move along a few different sets to varying degrees (as I show yet more from our last box trade).
1990-91 Score Hockey to start. Okay, we start with a set I am almost done, so was looking for copies with regards to error cards. I only needed one Jimmy, but I gather the other was sent given the not so great condition, in case I needed two.
Next up, a bunch of 1990-91 Upper Deck hockey cards. This was a set I had been thinking about completing and was on the longer term side for caring, but this chunk of cards puts me over 80% complete, so I pulled what I have together and put in a separate box awaiting completion now.
Next up....1991-92 O Pee Chee Premier. Similar to 1990-91 Upper Deck, figured I would get through this 198 card base set at some point, so sped it up a bit getting some more of the base done here...
About 80% of the base set knocked off now and my needs updated on TCDB for anyone out there able to assist with the rest. Obviously, a few Leafs were needed, so I do need second copies of those as well for the Leaf collection.
Next up - 1991-92 Parkhurst. It is a 475 card set, however the last 25 cards were by mail in anyway, so I'm calling it a 450 card base set. On that, the following provide me with about 2/3 of the set now.
2/3 done isn't enough to pull it out and get everything needed onto the want list, but shouldn't be too much longer now. I usually do that when I get to about 80% as I find pulling the cards together gives me the bit of push to get it done.
Speaking of not quite there...
I threw the Hot Rookies in as these were, as usual with recent Score sets, one per pack or so, and Timmies cards are just a couple more I needed, but a long way to go on both of these sets still.
Still, a great bit of moving sets along.
I was busting into boxes of all of those early 90's sets. The 90/91 Score and Upper Deck designs are still awesome twenty-nine years later. Dang. Has it been twenty-nine years already?ReplyDelete
That's part of the draw - looking at the cards, I can remember doing so back in the day, where I was, and how exciting they were to go through back then Just as much fun now.Delete