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Old 08-16-2015, 12:39 PM
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Default The current batches of aftermarket packaged cards

Interesting weekend cardwise.

I usually pick up a blaster box or a few packs of something at Target, usually A+G or Gypsy Queen, or whatever looks interesting.

This week I bought one of those 100 cards in a package deals. The last one I got a few weeks ago was almost 75% HOF ers , late 80's early 90's but still a nice batch of cards.

This weeks included - A bowman chrome signed card - nobody I've heard of.
One of the bronze paper framed Gypsy Queen inserts from a couple years ago
One of the purple border paralells of regular Topps - retail only I think Wal-Mart? Target hs/had red, and I think Toys r us gets Blue.
A something or other refractor.
A few maybe errors/variations.

Not bad for $5, and better than the blaster of A+G..............

The one before those two was last year and had a 1965 common. Oldest thing I've ever found in one of those batches.

Used to be they were just one semi star card on top- or however many were visible and 99 junk commons.

I may have to rethink buying those things

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I got an auto'd Brooks Robinson in one of these Target boxes last year.
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