I'm not really even sure what I sold, I was extremely busy and trying to help customers as quickly as possible. Here is what I can recall -- I sold a T206 Doc White, a strip card from the 1920s of Paul Waner, a 1941 Double Play Cookie Lavegetto, a 1952 Red Man Red Schoendienst, a 1953 Red Man Enos Slaughter, a 1956 Topps Whitey Ford, a 1958 Topps Curt Flood rookie, a 1960 Topps Hank Aaron and a Willie Mays, and a 1969 Topps Roberto Clemente and a Rod Carew. I sold a ton of commons. A regular Jason picked up some 1959s, Mark bought some 1966 Topps football, the dealer set up across from me bought quite a bit of 1971 Topps football, I sold quite a bit of 1958 Topps baseball, some 1967 Topps baseball, some 1970 Topps baseball, some 1954 Topps, some 1964s, a ton of commons out of my 50-cent box, and much, much more.
I purchased a bunch of Hank Aarons and some older Braves and some Brewers from a guy. I don't really focus on buying cards per team because the majority of my customers are working on sets and need all teams. Though it seems guys in Milwaukee think Braves and Brewers are a hot commodity while in Chicago some people think the Cubs and Sox are the hot commodity. If the price is right, I'll buy these cards but what ends up happening is I have a surplus of these cards. I also made a really bad buy of 1971 Topps Supers from another dealer. I've never had a lot of these cards and I didn't know the value so I ended up overpaying. Though, now I know and won't overpay for these cards again. Another guy tried to sell me about $500 worth of cards for nearly $3,000. I politely declined. At the very end of the show while I was packing up, an old man brought in some minor league newsletter from the 1940s when Bill Veeck owned a minor league team in Milwaukee. The newsletters were cool but I had no idea what to offer the guy for them. He said he has had the newsletters since he was a kid. Another dealer offered him $20 but he didn't seem interested. When the guy walked away, the other dealer told me those newsletters are worth about $500. I find this value hard to believe but I don't deal in memorabilia, I try to stick to cards.
Overall a tremendous day. I had one of my best days ever at Gonzaga and can't wait for next month's show.