Today's post will showcase thirteen additions to my Prime #'s PC, which consist of serial numbered cards that are the last card in the run... or the first. In other words... eBay 1 of 1's.
Here are the #1's:
2018 Topps Major League Materials Black #MLM-DG (#'d 01/99)
The majority of the cards in today's post came from my buddy Ben. Some of you may know him as the guy who sells cards out of his garage. But I'm pretty sure this Gordon jersey was purchased at a card show at some point.
2008/09 Topps Hardwood Wood #42 (#'d 001/299)
2010/11 Panini Gold Standard Golden Anniversary #18 (#'d 001/299)
2010/11 Playoff National Treasures Century Silver #149 (#'d 01/10)
2008/09 Topps Hardwood Maple #61 (#'d 001/175)
2004 Leaf Rookies and Stars Longevity Gold#230 (#'d 01/75)
2015 Prizm Collegiate Draft Picks Limited Edition #5 (#'d 1/5)
2010/11 Panini Threads Century Proof Gold #83 (#'d 01/99)
2009/10 Donruss Elite #134 (#'d 001/499)
Out of all of my #1's... the card is my favorite. I grew up watching Run TMC. Plus when it comes to my Prime #'s PC, the larger the serial number run, the more interesting the card is to me. In other words, I'd rather add a card #'d 001/499 to my collection than a card #'d 001/100.
Moving along... here are four cards that were the final cards in the run:
2012/13 Panini Threads Proof Platinum #147 (#'d 10/10)
2018 Topps Archives Blue #208 (#'d 25/25)
I recently purchased a "lot" of 2018 Topps Archives on eBay for the Fan Favorites autographs. This card was part of the mix.
2009/10 Donruss Elite Gold #26 (#'d 100/100)
2005 Panini Prizm Limited Edition #175 (#'d 5/5)
I didn't discover any "jersey number" serial numbers during the sort. Then again... I didn't take the time to look up any jersey numbers, so I might have a couple that slipped through my fingers. I'm just happy to get the bulk of the sorting finished.
The next step is filling my binders, completing sets, and scanning some more cards. After I finish doing this stuff, I can start building care packages for some of you.
Well... I'm off to review "primes" and "composites" with my students. Only two weeks left of summer school! Yee haw!
Happy Monday and sayonara!