My Completed Sets

by bkim - 127 cards (Last updated on Apr 15, 2020)



1. 1952 Topps #59 Robin Roberts


Started in April of 1981 (sid/26).
Set completed in Sept 2007
Married Oct 2007

Started with a trade for some cards. Mostly A's and Phillies then slowly expanded it over the years.
Card #311 is in poor/good condition. Still cost me $250. Thanks to over time at work. For a period I was buying a card or 2 per paycheck.
Getting married soon, worked very hard to finish off the set.


4. 1955 Topps #198 Yogi Berra


Started AUGUST 1981 (sid/36)
Completed MARCH 1982

Again bought most the common cards in one shot. Filled in the Stars slowly on payday.


5. 1956 Topps #120 Richie Ashburn


Started APRIL 1981 (sid/37)
Completed SEPTEMBER 1981

I did a card trade and bought the commons in volume.
Slowly added the star cards on payday.

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Comments

Oct 2, 2016 - 7:23AM
Billy Kingsley
I love lists like these. I didn't include inserts in mine, but I have not completed many inserts.
Mar 1, 2017 - 5:50PM
Vvvergeer

Nice list, except I'm clearly dense. These are completed sets of what, exactly? Not, I presume, the entire 1952 Topps set. So what is it you d completed. I'm missing something. Many things, probably. 

Mar 4, 2017 - 1:44PM
bkim

Yes The 1952 set is completed.  Not the greatest looking cards but I have one of each. This set was started in like Sept 1981

The shop I bought from or national dealers offered discounts. of like 25 to 30 percent in the amount I bought in.

   I was single  owned a house, No mortage,  and a great job in refining oil.

 

Mar 19, 2017 - 7:10PM
Vvvergeer

That's awesome. You should get all those sets listed in your collection here. Sounds like your full collection is very impressive. 

Apr 16, 2020 - 5:01AM
Ray'sStuff

I love reading and looking at things like this as well. Beautiful sets! I hope to be able to do something like this one day myself. Thanks for sharing!

Jun 18, 2020 - 9:56PM
bpaul14

Thank you so much for sharing.  I enjoy seeing which sets you have completed and really enjoy reading about how you acquired them.  My acquisition story for most of my sets from the 80s would be boring:  "Purchased a factory set from my local card shop."



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