This Month on PostWarCards – February 2022

The month of January saw nine new articles published to the site. I was most proud of the article about the 1971 Topps Winner Baseball Cards and the 4 Wax Boxes Seen at the 2021 National. It got quite a lot of attention over on Twitter, too. I also published 12 updates to the sites’ two archives, unopened and oddball.

From a personal collection perspective, I did pick up a few checklists, but I’ve been trying to figure out a new set to put together. I’ve narrowed it down a bit to the 1950 Drake’s Cookies set (I have an article on this one coming tomorrow), 1941 Goudey Baseball, or a collection of the Top 50 oddball cards I can think of across the four major sports. If you have a suggestion, let me know in the comments.

Articles Published in January

Here are the nine articles I published on the blog this month:

The Unopened Archive

Last month I said I would have a little less time for writing, so I didn’t make as many archive updates as I have in previous months as I did a bit of traveling for work along with Ironman Triathlon Training. But here are the seven updates made to the Unopened Archive in January:

The Oddball Archive

Here are the five updates I made to the Oddball Archive in January:

As always, thanks for reading PostWarCards, and if there is ever a topic you’d like me to write about or a set you’d like me to prioritize for either archive, please reach out to me.

Happy collecting!

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