(Just kidding, it's actually less than 30 cards - I just wanted to get the last of the COMC stuff out of the way so I could post a few trades I've gotten in recent weeks).
The best card of the bunch, and one I initially skipped over 2-3 times before realizing it was a need, is my newest Seneca Wallace card. It's an Honor Roll Gold parallel, #'d 22/25, and I LOVE IT:
Getting another Seneca inspired me to make a big dent in my other major PC, Shyrone Stith. I already showed off two Crowns a few days ago, but here's a bunch of the rest of the stuff I grabbed.
These first two are a /25 auto and /50 preview:
Then a /100 patch I already own (but why not grab another when it's his only jersey card, right) as well as an on-card Pacific auto:
Another nice on-card auto from Rookies and Stars and a Skybox parallel (I think - the numbering and use of images in this Skybox set are weird):
And then a nice little Supreme parallel to round things out:
As is typical in these COMC posts, I always grab a few cards of the 49ers turned Browns turned whatever QBs, Jarrett Brown and Thaddeus Lewis. So here's two autos of the former and an auto and parallel of the latter:
And I always like to toss in Massaquoi with those guys, so here's a low numbered parallel of his (I believe /99 or /100). I like the rays coming out from the center, especially with that bronzy color:
I also tend to grab a lot of Mike James in these packages. The Chirography autograph #'d 25/25 is definitely my best Mike James card now, but the dual jersey with James and Kevin Garnett /49 is pretty beastly in its own right:
And finishing off football, I decided to finally put a small dent in my Woody Dantzler needs. I almost never pick his cards up because they tend to be a little bit more expensive than most of the rest of my guys - but the price was right on these. I always love cards of free agents like the one on the left, and college jerseys are great too!
Moving on to baseball - I picked up a plate! It's Brayan Peña during his Royals days, and I really like how this Topps' year looks on a plate:
I picked up a few Dedunos too, including my first chrome blue /150. It was something like $20 on the site for a while, but the seller finally got reasonable and so I grabbed it in addition to the /500 non-chrome blue:
Getting into baseball reminded me about Billy Hamilton, and I LOVE the three cards I grabbed of his. The gold parallel is my first first year card of his, and the mini is low numbered (I think /100). And then the Ginter parallel is stained with something, which always adds something a little nice:
And then a few one offs for smaller PCs - A Shin-Soo Choo green and a low numbered Jose Lopez that he shares with Raul Ibañez: