September 11, 2016
While I’m not a fan of getting most modern cards signed (because of the glossy surfaces causing smearing), I did learn something new via this TTM success. Topps Chrome cards appear pretty good for signatures, or at least this one turned out.
A few months ago I was at a card show and Stephan brought this over and gave to me, because he knows how much I like the All-American set. One day I was browsing the Sports Card Forum recent successes and Dick Anderson’s name showed up. I recalled having this card, so I decided to send it. This was a rare case when I sent just one card, but I wanted to go ahead and get it in the mail instead of waiting weeks to pick up another card of him.
He personalized it on his own, but I have no intention to sell and that is absolutely fine with me. If you’re curious, this one came back in just 12 days.
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