Package showed up last week. They came USPS, naturally, since I ordered them via UPS, which was cheaper. Priority Mail shipping was just under $5. My cost was $16. Guess that paid for the new top loaders and sleeves. I don't have much of a beef with that.
And I'm surprisingly pleased with what I got. The vast majority of the older cards are in a lot better shape than I had expected. My '55 Pascual RC is pretty sharp:
I also got a couple of '57s that I had a lot of offers on.
The next one is another Senator card, this time from 1960...
Next up is a card that I couldn't manage to trade, so I had it shipped since it was an older one.
This next one is a cool looking card,
This next one was the most anticipated card in my batch. It fills a hole in my player collection...
The rest of these were targeted to backfill my sets after I had originally pulled my player collections out of them, so they are all second copies.
Bonus Earl was a good thing, considering this next bunch:
Kudos to Topps for a successful program. I think the Diamond site is a downgrade as far as performance, as well as look & feel. I liked the Millions site better because you can see more than a couple of your collection items on a screen. But that's for another post.