A while back I acquired a collection that was very heavy in Mets cards. I asked Al, the baseball card street vendor, if he could use any. The only ones he was interested in were cards of the 1986 Mets. This worked out great for me - there's not much interest in a 1988 Donruss Mookie Wilson on the blogosphere, but he can sell it for a dollar to a casual, nostalgic fan passing by. I gave him a 600-count box filled mostly with Mets junk wax, plus a handful of Yankees, highlighted by a Topps Derek Jeter rookie card that is probably $5 tops online but he was confident he could get $15 for. In return I pulled about 100 cards, mostly Yankees and random stars but also just some random cards he had bagged together as well.
Here are some highlights from the closest thing I have to an LCS, a folding table on 37th and Broadway:
Lots of 2014 and 2015 Bowman, many of which were nice and shiny.
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