I recently took part in another Frank Thomas private signing. I had only planned on sending in 3 cards, but then I heard a rumor that he might be raising his price soon. So I sent in as many as I could afford, which ended up being 9. They all turned out great. The 1992 Donruss Elite is definitely one of my top 5 favorite signed Thomas cards.
Somebody was selling this 1991 Topps Debut Frank Thomas on SCN for less than his current private signing price for cards. As it was on my list of cards to get signed eventually, I went ahead and picked it up. It is my 54th signed card from the Big Hurt.
I recently decided to start collection Hall of Fame baseballs signed by White Sox Hall of Famers under the HOF logo. When possible, I’d like a HOF inscription as well. Here are the first four balls in my new collection.
Tom Orr recently held a reasonably priced signing with Frank Thomas, and I sent in 3 cards. I received the cards last week.
I’ve decided to send in 2-3 cards for every Thomas signing that has an affordable fee for cards. Funds permitting, of course.
When I got this 16×20 signed by Paul Konerko and Frank Thomas, I doubted I’d ever get Magglio Ordonez to complete it. I’m VERY happy to say I was wrong! This is now one of my favorite 16x20s in my collection.
It’s been a while since my last post. For that, I apologize. To make it up to you, I present…
THE BEST POST EVER!
I’ll spare you any further buildup. Here are my new Frank Thomas items… all 14 of them!
First, the multi-signed cards that I finally completed.
Not bad, huh? How about a few “jumbo” cards, one of which is multi-signed?
Great stuff, right? Let’s keep going! How about a baseball?
Okay, just one baseball. No big deal. How about 3 16x20s?
16×20 not big enough for you? Picky, aren’t you? Fine, here is a 20×24, loaded with inscriptions!
Still not impressed? Only care about the most premium items? Well, I guess I can’t satisf… wait, hold on. What’s this, a jersey? An authentic World Series jersey? With 6 inscriptions? And PSA/DNA authentication?