Red Berenson 1969-70 Topps
Back on Wednesday I showed off a couple new Reds and mentioned that I was the proud owner of his regular OPC/Topps run from '69-70 to '78-'79, but hadn't yet posted his '69-'70 Topps issue. Well here it is! It's tied with the OPC version as the oldest in my Berenson collection for now, and of course this one's in much better shape. I'm just a card shy of 50% at 27/55 in his run.
Steve Boros 1986 Topps Traded Tiffany
For some reason Sportlots seems to be a pretty good source for Tiffany cards--two of today's scores, including this Boros, came from a seller there, and I've landed a number of others before as well. This '86 Traded Tiffany was an exciting addition because it leaves me needing just one to complete Steve's collection, and that's the '84 flagship Tiffany, oddly enough. I should be celebrating having Boros' run completed very soon, but for now this is card #15/16.
Dave Campbell 1974 O-Pee-Chee
Moving on to an even more exciting card for me, here's another vintage OPC of Dave Campbell, which was a sight for sore eyes as far as I was concerned because I now own 100% of Campbell's PC! Sure, it's only 10 cards, but it's still fun to have completed another Michigan guy's collection, and Dave is the 6th to earn that distinction. That group includes Topps cards in 1969 and 1970, then OPC/Topps versions from 1971-74.
Chris Getz 2013 Topps Update Wal Mart Blue Border
Next up is the most modern card in the bunch, another entry in the rainbow of Chris Getz from 2013 Topps Update. As a matter of fact, it happens to be the final card I needed to complete that project as the 9th in the group. I'll make sure to show off the rainbow in a future post, but for now this card featuring a great photo of Getz sliding is my 72nd of his 106 entries to-date.
Scott Kamieniecki 1991 Topps Traded Tiffany
Finally we have the other Tiffany card I found this time (from the same seller that had the Boros) in the form of this very young Scott Kamieniecki from '91 Traded. As you can imagine I was happy to find both from one seller since that saved me a bit on shipping. This was the last I needed in terms of Kam's 1991 cards (he has six of them), and I continue to make steady progress on his collection which now stands at 84/90. With a bit of luck I may dig up his tougher-to-find '98 Pacific Online Web and Winners cards before the end of the year, and that would put me in a good position to close out his run as well.
With these posted I'll likely be moving on to new COMC purchases shortly, with another eBay win to mix things up a bit.