Saturday, February 27, 2010

1989 Topps Coins

In 1989 Topps brought some interesting things to market. Double Headers All-Stars.
Heads Up! Test Issue. Sticker Cards. Stickers. Gallery of Champions ingots. And Coins.

This set was made up of 60 pieces sold in packs of three coins each. An album to house them in was also available via mail order.

That's it. I've scraped the bottom of the barrel. I'm tired and uninspired. I've got another blog post due as a concert review and I've gone to the idea well and it is dry. Actually, I have a few ideas, but I'm too sleepy to execute them.

On the upside, I've been inspired to revitalize another one of my blogs. It was on hiatus for a year. It went there when I started this one. But, I've got a few weeks of posts already in the magazine just waiting to be chambered.

North Country Baseball presents information about baseball in and around Clinton Co., New York, before 1900. Clinton Co. is where I was raised. And my father. And his father. The blog basically contains newspaper snippets of teams from the area. No, it isn't earth shattering, but I have an interest in history and 19th century baseball. It isn't scintillating. But it is on autopilot for a while. Enjoy it.

And, I prepared five packages to head out in the mail on Saturday, so I am somewhat productive. And I've got some cards set out to scan and post about. But not this evening.

Thanks for reading.

1 comment:

  1. Oddly enough, I was going to do a post comparing the 1987-90 coins to the 1964 and 1971 coins.