Here is that pic I showed the other day.
Let's just start with the binder. It had three pages.
These are 1999 Upper Deck Century Legends Memorable Shots. They have a lot of silver foil on them and it gets in the way of some of the photos. I've never seen any of these before.
The second page had the All Century Team from the same set. The team is represented on the upper right, but not all the cards were in the binder. It's missing Willie Mays, Mike Schmidt, Ernie Banks, Johnny Bench and Cy Young.
The last page in the binder had the Epic Milestones insert set. A partial set at least.
Binder cost with cards: $1.00
Not too shabby.
The next two cards don't fall into the parameters of my Rangers collection, but I couldn't pass them up. The 1960 Topps Hank Aaron was in a binder with a bunch of other vintage Aarons. I noticed it looked a little odd and then it hit me: someone trimmed the edges of this card. The corners are very sharp and the card is just a bit smaller than it should be.
Trimmed 1960 Topps Hank Aaron: $1.00
I didn't even really ask about this 2001 UD Legengds Willie Mays bat card, but he made me an offer I couldn't refuse.
2001 Willie Mays bat card: $1.00
I was happy to run across these 4 Rangers autos. Even if it's Chris Howard, Mark Brandenburg, Warren Newson and Lou Frazier.
Lot of 4 1996 Leaf Rangers autos: $1.00
The rest of these cards didn't have individual prices. He just gave me a price for the lot. I'm not going to go into too much detail about what's here. I just wanted to show off a few cards.
These came tins of Donruss Preferred. I got one of the empty tins with Juan Gonzalez and Mark McGwire. The Pudge is #1217/1996.
Silver and Bronze Juandos.
These two have actual coins in the cards.
Got a whole bunch of these Hall Of Fame cards.
These Gold Label cards are some of the most beautiful (yea, I said beautiful) cards I've ever seen.
Oooooh, real metal.
Serial numbered Nolan goodness.
Lots of gold Rangers.
In addition to the cards above, I got 73 other Rangers and 86 from other teams.
The grand total was a whopping $12.50. That's a pretty good haul for the price of a discounted blaster.
That means the winner of the contest was Need More Cardboard with his guess of $12.
Thanks for playing along and fear not dear readers, I plan on picking up plenty of tradebait as long as I can keep the shopping sprees going.