We'll start with a lot of 30 vintage cards, mostly 1958 and 1962:
I bought one other vintage card at the auction- this Jim Rice rookie:
I also picked up a couple of nice autographs. These aren't guys I collect, but the prices were good and I'm hoping they will make good trade bait:
The Bautista is an on card auto from 2013 Heritage and the Ethier is a sticker with a relic patch from 2012 Bowman Platinum.
On the relic front, I also picked up this lot of cards, again, hoping they can be traded:
Not an exceedingly exciting bunch, but this Nomo card that was also in the group is pretty cool:
Nomo collector is interested so I'm giving him first right of refusal.
Rounding out my purchases are a couple of Yankees:
I don't know anything about Mark Montgomery, but here he is anyway. The two Yankees above have a hold on them for the Lost Collector, unless he angers me.
Vintage 30 Cart Lot: $10 B+: The cards are a little on the dingy side, but that's still a great price for that many, including a Richie Ashburn.
1975 Jim Rice Rookie: $2 A: $2 bucks for that. Really.
Tony Bautista Auto: $5 A: It's a beautiful card, even if I don't care anything about Bautista.
Andre Ethier Auto/Relic: $3 A: See above
Relic Lot: $4 A+ The Nomo card alone is worth it, and at a minimum I'm bulking up my relic collection.
Jeter Musuem: $2 B+: I could probably get it for the same price on eBay or sportlots.com, but still.
Mark Montgomery Auto: $3 B- : Don't know who he is, but that doesn't mean he won't be good someday.
Again, practically everything is for trade, so don't hesitate to ask!