Greg sent a multifaceted assortment of cards to add to my personal collection.
The first card I saw in the package was an awesome KC Royals logo/jacket "magic motion" mini card from 1987 Sportflics. The scan shows what I mean by logo/jacket combo.
If magic motion cards are cool, I'd consider this one Miles Davis.
Behind the mini card I found a handful of Royals cards including a 1992 Kellogg's Sportflics Dan Quisenberry motion card which I liked very much. Also included were a Farnsworth, a Saberhagen, a Sweeny, an Appier hologram, a Guiel, and a Billy Butler A&G born-on date card. Very nice additions to the Royals folder.
Then I found six Denver Bronco cards, including my favorite Bronco defensive player of all time, Sir Karl Mecklenburg. And seeing these cards reminds me how much I miss the Orange Crush and the Bronco D logo.
Greg must have noticed that I'm a fan of 1990s basketball cards from my previous posts and from my want's list at the top of my blog, so he included a Shaq USA basketball card and a Jason Kidd rookie card.
But, my favorite part of the package has to be the pile of mustache-related cards that Greg sent along for the Mustache Set that I am building. Greg told me that he was sending some 'stache cards along, which made me very excited, and I was not disappointed. I'll wait until the appropriate time to display all of them, but for now, here are two very masculine and very mustachey cards that I received, which I hope will encourage others to add to my collection.
Thanks again to Greg for the trade and I hope to trade with him again soon.