I've dragged this out long enough. Here are the top five (in my opinion) cards I got from my friend the former card shop owner.
Before he was Catfish, it's a 1966 Topps Jim Hunter. The corners are a little soft and there is one blemish along the left edge, but this is a nice card and one I never would have thought I'd have in my collection.
How about a nice 1959 Topps Hank Aaron Baseball Thrill? The white spot on the left side isn't a crease. It almost looks like someone took a pencil eraser and lightly rubbed the color off. Hey Captain Canuck, you waited a while, but here's another Brave!
Hey look, it's a 1966 Bill Sorrell rookie card!! Oh yea, Fergie is there too.
Didn't I tell you there were Dodgers? The top and bottom left corners of this Sandy Koufax are a little dinged up, but who am I to argue with that. I love this card.
Last, but not least, we have this beauty.
A 1959 Harmon Killebrew. It's got those phantom scratches on the bottom, but I'm still happy to have it. I don't know much about this set, but this is a black back version.
Alright folks, that's it. All 57 of the cards my extra good, super duper friend pulled for me.
The price for these cards?
$10. That's it. Unbelievable really. I think the next time I go to his house, I'll have to over pay a little just to help even the score.