Monday 27 April, 2015 Mailday: Mix of more Sportlots and Ebay purchases.
5 cards at .18˘ each + $1.21 shipping.
2010 Topps Baseball Million Card Giveaway Code Cards:
TMC-1 Roy Campanella Dodgers (2)
TMC-2 Gary Carter Expos (2)
TMC-4 Ichiro Suzuki Mariners
1 card at .18˘ + .95˘ shipping
2014-15 Panini NBA Hoops Basketball 295 Nick Johnson RC Rockets – Yes a third sports athlete named Nick Johnson for me to collect.
2 cards .18˘ each + $1.60 shipping
1968 Topps Baseball Game Inserts:
20 Tony Gonzalez Phillies
28 Rusty Staub Astros
These two cards complete my set for the Game Inserts.
2 cards $13.99 Free Shipping
1970-71 Fleer Baseball Trivia Quiz Washington Senators Logo cards one 2 questions, one 3 questions blank backs
1 card $1.00 + $2.00 shipping
2004 Donruss Leather and Lumber: Fans of the Game: FG-3 Chris O’Donnell Cubs
2 “cards” items $1.00 + $1.00 shipping
2005 Washington Nationals inaugural Season Pocket Schedule sponsored by McDonalds
1 card $2.69 Free Shipping
2006 Inkworks Charmed Destiny Promo Card P-UK
1 card $2.00 + $3.00 shipping
2004 Inkworks Charmed Connections Promo Card Piper CC-UK
Weird listing “location” was United States, but it came from the UK. Upon closer examination the listing description says:
“Domestic postage to the UK in this auction is up to $50 in value, Recorded Delivery $2.50, over $50 Special Delivery $8 International Postage to anywhere outside the UK is International signed for service $8 over $50 in value $12.
THE CARD WILL BE SHIPPED FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM”
I didn’t pay attention to that part, no biggie since the shipping cost was reasonable and it was delivered quickly enough. Shows you have to check more than just the “location”. The seller is either a huge international seller, or is pulling a fast one over Ebay getting around some kind of shipping costs/rules.