The Evolution Of My Collection – Part 16
It has been a long time since I did one of these ‘Evolution’ posts, so I thought it would be a good time to get back and take a peek at my full collection with one single, solitary picture.
The growth of my collection over the last few months has stalled a bit as I have focused more time, energy, and funds into my modern player collections and the start of my 1975 Topps set build.
Still, while the growth in terms of size is not what it has been in the past, the growth of these player collections has been phenomenally fun!!
Between my Dustin Pedroia, Andrew McCutchen, Jose Fernandez, Bryce Harper and Giancarlo Stanton collections, each has grown by leaps and bounds. And while I never thought that I would truly get ‘into’ collecting modern players, I am happy about how rewarding this has been thus far. And I look forward to seeing how much I can grow each of them in the coming collecting year.
Also, as you can see in the below picture, the three albums that I have dedicated to my Marlins teams sets have filled up nicely. I don’t yet need to expand to a fourth album, but that may be my reality by the end of 2014.
Lastly, you will also see the binder I am using for my 1975 Topps set build in the lower right corner of the picture. I have all of the pages pre-loaded, and I am trying to keep it as organized as possible so as I add new cards to my set, I can quickly drop them into the spots reserved for them.
Next time around I will not wait this long to show of the full collection. It has been too long and I truly enjoy keeping this process rolling as it is a nice way to celebrate the growth and progress of ’30-YOC’.
Oh, and someday soon I see my ‘Ultimate Dawson’ expanding to a fourth box…
Thanks for reading. Have a nice night.