Sunday, July 9, 2017

"1930 BASEBALL STARS" 40-CARD SET AVAILABLE NOW!






Hello everyone!
Just wanted to announce the availability of a 40-card set I produced based on the 1930 season.
I've always been obsessed by that season of huge offensive numbers, and I thought it'd be a cool set to make.
I based the design on the cards of the day, like the George C. Miller set or Tattoo Orbit, favorites of mine.
The set has 40 top stars of that historic season (20 A.L., 20 N.L.), on thick 2.5" x 2.5" card-stock, with bio and stats on back: American League in red and National League in blue print.
Check out the photos and email me if you're interested in purchasing one, or if you have any questions.
I wanted to make a set for myself, but the printer I used had a 25-set minimum.
I am keeping two sets for myself, and making the rest available to anyone who wants one.
They are $25 postpaid, and I promise I am not making any profit off of it! Once you see the quality of the cards you'll understand why.
They really came out amazing!
The cards come in a box with printed wrap, and get shipped securely in a box-mailer to be sure they arrive in perfect condition!
Thanks!
All the best to you all,
Gio/wthballs

10 comments:

  1. These look really cool. Do you have a checklist?

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    1. Hey I'll get one together tonight. Heading off to work now. All the best!

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    2. Any sets still available? I'm interested in one. Here's my email... sanjosefuji at yahoo.com

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  2. I would love to have a set! Tell me how to send you the money!

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    1. Hey Chris, you can paypal me $25 to: john@slogun.com and I'll get one out to you asap. Thanks!

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  3. Awesome, Gio!

    Will fire off the money tonight, iffn there are any sets still available.

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    1. Hey!
      Indeed I do have sets left. Will hold one aside for you. Thanks!

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  4. Thought I left a note earlier. Drop me a note if sets are still available. Arpsmith@aol.com

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