I purchased a five card lot of Kershaw cards for a few bucks, though my eyes were only on one specific card from the lot. Turns out that I didn't have any of the five. I have seen this '72 mini so many times before, it was only natural to assume I had it.
I also picked up my (now) favorite card from 2013. Like the mini above, I could have sworn this was already in the binder, but I guess not. I wish I had paid more attention to 2013 A&G because they had plenty of sweet cards like this one.
This also hails from 2013 Allen and Ginter's, but isn't on the same level as the one above. It is still an awesome card, and I love that straight ahead look Kershaw is giving me.
This bad boy comes from Topps Museum Collection, a high-end product I had no intention of buying. The design of the card isn't all that, but the autos look pretty sweet in the product. One of these days I'll get my hands on Kershaws John Hancock.
This was the card I was going after when I ran across the auction. I love the Topps Tribute, or at least 2013 Tribute. I have some of the other Dodgers from this set, but Kershaw has eluded me until now. I picked this lot up for less than three bucks shipped, well worth the money.
I spent the rest of my measly card budget on another purchase which will be featured sometime in the next few days, but I am glad to have seven new Kid K cards for the collection. Considering I spent less than 13 bucks for everything above, you might say I had a good weekend.