That's what I think got to good ol' Grover Alexander.
I don't exactly remember what I paid for this card but as you can imagine, it wasn't very much. Even if I paid a few dollars, some would argue it was too much.
But as a poor old baseball card, this card is priceless.
Someone commented the other day that he was tracking the Allen & Ginter card I recently posted and decided against it when it reached a certain price. He said he wondered if someone would bid on it because it was sooooooo BAD.
I sometimes wonder — if this was ten years ago, would I be bidding on these trashed cards?
Probably not. But today, I relish these old cards. They're a lot more interesting than those near-perfect pieces of cardboard.