Monday 16 March 2009

Trade with Dan from Grand Cards

Here is another of the new trade partners, in the form of Dan at Grand Cards. A blog which tells the Tales of a Curtis Granderson and Detroit Tigers Collector. I was really happy to have found Grand Cards and a home for the Detroit Tigers cards that were accumulating. Dan graciously accepted my offer of Tigers cards which can be seen here. Arriving from Baltimore Maryland was a generous and oddball selection from Dan.
Before the list, a quick search on Google for Mootown Snackers and I find out that this Roger Clemens probably came with Cheese Strings. Brilliant.
Dan sent:
1982 Topps #161 Batting leaders
1982 Topps #786 Carney Lansford and Mike Torrez
1986 Topps #38 Glenn Hoffman
1986 Topps #151 Dave Stepleton
1986 Topps #529 Marc Sullivan
1986 Topps 633 Jackie Gutierrez
1989 Donruss #184 Marty Barrett
1989 Topps leaders #47 Dwight Evans
1990 Donruss # 66 Mike Greenwell
1990 Score Pepsi #40 John Dopson
1990 Score Pepsi #59 Mike Boddicker
1990 Starline #22/40 Wade Boggs
1990 Topps All Star Game #22/22 Carl Yastrzemski
1991 Leaf #121 Ellis Burks
1991 Impel #354 Scott Cooper
1991 Impel #364 Mickey Pina
1992 Leaf #482 Mike Gardiner
1992 Mootown Snackers #2/24 Roger Clemens
1994 Post #8/30 Mo Vaughn
1994 Topps #417 Paul Quantrill
1994 Topps #633 Scott Bankhead
1995 Score #276 Luis Ortiz
1995 Topps #63 Ken Ryan
2008 Topps NCD #6 Clay Buchholz
2008 Topps #234 Red Sox Gold
2008 Topps Chrome #36 Jason Varitek
2008 Topps Chrome #147 Josh Beckett
2008 UD Masterpieces #12 Wade Boggs
2008 UD Masterpieces #13 Curt Schilling
2008 UD Masterpieces #84 Jason Varitek

Thanks for the trade Dan, always enjoy receiving Red Sox.

1 comment:

Grand Cards said...

Glad you liked them--that Clemens did indeed come from String Cheese, which was a staple of my elementary school diet. I figure that oddballs might be a little harder for you to come by out of the US, so off they went. That, and I was struggling to find enough Red Sox to send out. Thanks again for the trade!