First the cards arrived via UPS Ground in a bubble mailer. Second, they were in sleeves, but not penny sleeves. They were in those cool Ultra Pro sleeves with the black rubberized back.
So far here is what I got.
A couple of nice cards worth right around the 75 cents that I spent. But that was not all that was included in the package. I also got two unopened packs and one was just fantastic.
Take a guess which one was fantastic. You are probably wrong, because the 1988 Fleer was miles better than the 2013 Series 2 pack.
That is actually the error card which shows Browne's teammate Bob Brower. Here is Brower's 1988 Fleer card.
So it actually a pretty cool error card, but more importantly it is one of 3 error cards that I needed for my master 1988 Fleer set. I could have bought this card several times on eBay for a couple of bucks, but I am glad I did not, because otherwise I wouldn't have got this cool story about it. You just gotta love generous sellers.
Thanx for reading.