I received an autograph request back from a player who played during the 1948-1949 NHL season. His name is Val Delory, and not only did he sign a few of the custom (homemade) hockey cards I created, but he also wrote a full page letter back to me. It's players such as Mr. Delory that motivates me into collecting some of the older hockey players. Not only do they sign quickly, and love to receive mail, but they appreciate a collector and take the time out of their day to respond to some of the questions.
Here are SOME of the cards I have for sale. I will list more every day until hopefully I get most of my decent cards listed.
96 Pacific Dynagon Eddie George (Card #P55)
96 Skybox Impact Tiki Barber (Card #210)
00 Upper Deck MVP Brian Urlacher (Card #192)
01 Upper Deck Victory Chris Chambers (Card #398)
02 UD Piece of History Antonio Bryant (Card #101)
02 Topps Clinton Portis (Card #326)
02 Topps Ed Reed (Card #353)
02 Upper Deck MVP Joey
Updated 08-05-2009 at 03:35 PM by dantheman4250
Updated 02-10-2012 at 05:32 PM by Kellaway49
While I don't have a whole lot of free time. I am working on finishing some sets from my second wave of collecting. Those sets from 1998-2001. I hope that when I wrap up those, I can begin the third wave of collecting along with my son who was born on May 18th, 2009. The daily grind of working two jobs, balancing family will make every second of my life count. I hope that I am able to find homes for my unwanted cards while finishing up incomplete collecting projects.
Today was the last day of the Nationals and it was quite a good day for all of us. It was less busy than the last two days but our giveaway still managed to draw a bit of a crowd. Debbie Herrmann was the lucky winner of a triple autograph card numbered to only five and ?I must say that her son looked absolutely chuffed.
Today, I had planned to stay at the booth for most of the day however, things did not go as planned...My husband and sister in law who came to Cleveland with me attended