Flea Market Finds #5: 25-card $1 Grab Bag Pack

Here be the first of the two 25-card $1 grab bag pack things.  This be the football version.  Here’s the pack in order (accomplishments via Pro-Football-Reference):

1970 topps Ernie Koy (1x Pro Bowl), Roy Jefferson (3x Pro Bowl; 1x First-Team All-Pro), Dan Abramowicz (1x First-Team All-Pro), Don Herrmann, 1968 topps Gino Cappelletti (5x Pro Bowl; 3 double-letters in one name!), Carl Kammerer, Earl Gros, '70 Tim Rossovich (1x Pro Bowl), Chuck Howley (6x Pro Bowl; 5x First-Team All-Pro; 1x Super Bowl MVP)

Vintage, it’s all vintage!

1970 topps David Lee (1x First-Team All-Pro), Dave Osborn (1x Pro Bowl), Jon Morris (7x Pro Bowl; 1x First-Team All-Pro), Jerry Smith (2x Pro Bowl; 1x First-Team All-Pro), 1968 topps Sam Baker (4x Pro Bowl), ’70 Les Josephson (1x Pro Bowl), ’68 EJ Holub (5x Pro Bowl; 2x First-Team All-Pro), 1971 topps Greg Landry (1x Pro Blowl), ’70 Dennis Partee

1970 topps Bill Munson, 1971 topps Floyd Little (5x Pro Bowl; 1x First-Team All-Pro; Hall of Fame class of 2010), 2010 topps Peyton Manning (11x Pro Bowl; 5x First-Team All-Pro; 1x Super Bowl MVP; 4x NFL MVP; 1x Offensive Player of the Year), 1994 Upper Deck Troy Aikman (6x Pro Bowl; 1x Super Bowl MVP; Hall of Fame Class of 2006), 1990 Fleer All-Pro Joe Montana(8x Pro Bowl;3x First-Team All-Pro; 3x Super Bowl MVP; 2x NFL MVP; 1x Offensive Player of the Year; Hall of Fame class of 2000), Jerry Rice (13x Pro Bowl; 10x First-Team All-Pro; 1x Super Bowl MVP; 2x Offensive Player of the Year; all-time leader in rec/rec. yds/rec. TDs/TDs/yds from scrimmage/all-purpose yds; Hall of Fame class of 2010), Barry Sanders (10x Pro Bowl; 6x First-Team All-Pro; 1x NFL MVP; 2x Offensive Player of the Year; 1989 Offensive Rookie of the Year; Hall of Fame Class of 2004)

Vintage Hall of Famer!  Yes, this was basically the best $1 grab bag pack thing ever.  Pretty much puts that McDonald’s dollar menu commercial to shame, eh?

Also, 1994 Upper Deck football is pretty.

Pretty much everything but the Jerry Rice is available for trade.

That’s it for this one.  So long, and thanks for stopping by!

Until our next…

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8 thoughts on “Flea Market Finds #5: 25-card $1 Grab Bag Pack

  1. Offy says:

    I’d love to add those Patriots to my collection. Anything in particular that you’re looking for? If not, I’ll just go through your want lists and see what I have.

    • lonestarr says:

      They are all yours. I have no specific thing in mind for what I’d like in return, so whatever you’ve got that you think I might like. 🙂

      • Offy says:

        Well, I have some Cubs cards sitting in the giant trade bait stack so I’ll send you an email with those and we’ll go from there.

  2. sanjosefuji says:

    Those are some sweet grab bags…. I would have bought a bunch. Of course the vintage are sweet… but I’m a huge fan of 90’s inserts and those 90 Fleer All-Pro cards are awesome. I built that set back 20 years ago.

    • lonestarr says:

      I dunno how many of them were vintage-laden. The basketball pack I picked up wasn’t, though it was interesting in it’s own right. I believe I saw at least a couple of other packs with a vintage card on top though. Will definitely pick up more next time.

      For being from the early days of insert sets, the All-Pro set does have a certain something about it (that I can’t quite place) that makes me really like it.

  3. Play at the Plate says:

    I would have bought it just for the Chuck Howley. Nice pick up.

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