Recently I received an e-mail from a collector who noticed my 1 vs. 100 collection. In it there were a couple cards that he's been trying to track down for a little while. He asked me if I'd be willing to trade.
Now in the past, I have traded some of the cards from my project, but only for cards that fit equal criteria. In all honestly, I could care less if I have a Colton Orr/Matt Carkner dual fight strap card /2 or a Kris Versteeg dual patch /2. To me...it's all about the /2.
Before I could even explain my trading practices, the e-mailer laid it out plain and simple. It's as if he had already done his homework.
All I had to do was wait.
The cards arrived late last week and here are the swip swaps.
I'll take that trade all day. I don't even care if I have no clue who "Fishy" is.
Drafted in 2001, I'm pretty sure he didn't pan out.
So while there's no change to the number of cards I have left to finish the project (7 BTW), I can safely say that I've improved the overall look of the set.
I guess it's not always just about the numbers.
93 out of 100 (93%)
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