As I mentioned in my last post, new Senecas are hard to come by. This is especially true if I only consider Beckett approved senecas - meaning Seneca cards that show up on the Beckett official checklist or in their magazines. This isn't to say that list is perfect, as I know of some cards they list that were never made, but in general when I say I want to get all the Seneca Wallace cards, I mean the ones listed by Beckett.
All that said, my recent Christmas pickup and a few paypal sales nudged me in the direction of buying up some oddballs for the collection. The main reason was the size of the Christmas card - at 5" x 7", it won't fit in my typical binder pages, so I bought some 5" x 7" penny sleeves and pocket pages to hold it. Once that went down, I found a few Seneca oversized oddballs that I had been neglecting due to card size and grabbed them both, boosting the total card count by two.
The first card I picked up is this Disabled American Veterans card. It's a 5" x 7" like the Christmas hat card:
Here's the back, which is wordy!
The other oddball I grabbed is one of those Fleer bankruptcy cards. When Fleer went bankrupt, many cards were backdoored to collectors while others were straight up sold in auctions. So this Secret Weapons Gold proof likely emerged from one of those situations: