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Old 10-10-2018, 09:15 PM
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Nice Ray! Classic card!

here is a new shiny piece of crap lol

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Nice Griffey's guys!
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I never sausage an image like this one

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I never sausage an image like this one

Reminds me of my trips down I-95 and the hundred plus miles of billboards for South of the Border.
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I just picked up a PSA10 Griffey UD 2nd year error card with no copyright on the back. I never knew this card existed till recent, but had to own it. It has a low pop of only 17. Here is a link if you guys arent familiar with it. This card is not mine...just a random one on eBay.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1990-Upper-...wAAOSwOh9axlA6

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Love the 90 UD! I never knew that existed until recently either.
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Peter Max has long been a favorite artist, so when I saw the 1997 Topps Gallery cards I wanted one of the signed cards. They are pretty outrageous, though, so i figured to get one of the crappier players (Albert Belle, anyone?), but I got really lucky on this auction:



Fun factoid: Max signed the cards before the coating was applied.
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Well, he signed the numbered ones before the gloss was applied. There are a lot of those signed after the fact.
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%&^%%! You're right! I guess this one goes back.
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Why would you return it? Was it advertised wrong?
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%&^%%! You're right! I guess this one goes back.
there were/are non numbered replacements appx 10 out there,but I think that seller had a lot of unnumbered players listed,if it the auction I'm thinking of,he also had this one listed once


heres my unnumbered
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long time Junior collector here, now retired............ I'll post some scans if you's don't mind??
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long time Junior collector here, now retired............ I'll post some scans if you don't mind??
I can't see that being a problem! Post away.

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Thanks Irv,
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Been looking for a factory produced auto, and was able to land this one

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Funny story about Griffey finest refractor. I went into my childhood LCS after these had come out. Hadn't been there in awhile but out of boredom I stopped in. They had Griffey finest in display case for $25. I asked the owner about it and he told me it was called a refractor and they were extremely rare. I bit and bought it. So for about 15 years or so I thought I had this super cool refractor card but turned out it was just regular one.

It's possible the owner was misinformed even though he was shady as hell sometimes, but that was last time I got to go there.
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Nice cards! Keep em coming!
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Any examples of a signed and numbered Peter Max Griffey?

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Max sig seems to be on the Right side of the cards
not mine

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1998 SPectrum Power Explosion (cards 31-50; serial-numbered to 50)


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1989 test and 1990 Topps Heads Up

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I also like 90s atomic refractors ! Nice card . Is the preview like a promo or something ?

I really was a fan of the 90s atomic refractors from football .

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1997 UD
NOTE: A special 5" X 7" version was randomly inserted into specially marked Series One boxes sold exclusively at Sam's Club stores.
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Exclusive to magazine packs, this 24-card set features 12 players on a card die-cut into the shape of the player's home of away jersey. The odd numbered cards represent the Away jersey, while the evens the Home.





This 40-card set was randomly inserted into special "Upper Deck Tech" packs sold exclusively at Wal-Mart, at the rate of one-per-pack. Each Tech pack contained eight Upper Deck base cards and one Diamond Destiny insert. In addition, these cards are also available in the following parallels.



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1999 Black Diamond

Each base card is available in one of three "Diamond" parallels: Double, Triple, and Quadruple. Each is serial-numbered to the following production figures EXCEPT the cards of Sammy Sosa, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Mark McGwire.
Double (Red foil): short set, 3000; Debuts, 2500
Triple (Yellow foil): short set, 1500; Debuts, 1000
Quadruple (Green foil): short set, 150; Debuts, 100
For Sosa, Griffey, and McGwire their Double, Triple, and Quadruple Diamond parallels are as follows.
Double (serial-numbered to 1998)
Triple (Sosa: 273 copies, Griffey: 350, McGwire: 457)
Quadruple (Sosa: 66 copies, Griffey: 56, McGwire: 70)
The Triple Diamonds were serial-numbered to their career home run total after the 1998 season. The Quadruple Diamonds were numbered to their 1998 season home run total.





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1999 UD Choice

StarQuest
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Blue (one-per-pack)
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Old 11-10-2018, 12:39 AM
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1998 Pinnacle Epix

A final selection of 24 Epix cards was slated for inclusion in 1998 Pinnacle Certified, but the manufacturer went bankrupt before that product shipped. However, a full set of Epix cards from the Pinnacle Certified set emerged on the secondary market nearly 20 years after Pinnacle's bankruptcy.

Cards marked with a "C" were scheduled for insertion into packs of 1998 Pinnacle Certified, but were never officially released. However, in October 2017, a full set of Epix cards intended to be released in 1998 Pinnacle Certified emerged on the secondary market, with some players having multiple copies surface.

E1 Ken Griffey, Jr. C





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I picked this up recently. Really like it a lot.

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Nice one, I dont have much graded cards, always nice to have a 10 tho
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2005 Donruss

Inside View
This insert set was, for reasons that still remain unclear, withdrawn from production. However, again for reasons unclear, some Inside Views made their way into packs.

Originally, each card was to have been serial-numbered to 1000 copies with a Black parallel numbered to 50. The cards that made their way into packs are NOT serial-numbered.

It appears that anywhere from five to 25 copies of each card made their way into packs. A parallel refractor-like, "rainbow" version of these cards exist, however the print run is unknown.
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1999 Upper Deck MVP
ProSign odds 1:216
JR Ken Griffey, Jr. SP


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1997 UD3

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1999 Upper Deck HoloGrFX

UD Authentics odds 1:431
JR Ken Griffey, Jr.



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2000 UD Ionix
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2005 Origins

Black (one-of-one)
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1999 Ultimate Victory

Ultimate
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Ultimate Victory
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Wow!

nice stuff
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Wow!

nice stuff
Thank You, (please tell me to Stop anytime )

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1997 Topps ProShooters Marbles




1997 Topps ProShooters Marbles was a test issue believed to have been released only in Canada in the summer of 1997. Each pack contained two, 1" diameter, marbles and one of two checklists.
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1998 Pinnacle Performers

Swing for the Fences (Blue)
Swing for the Fences Upgraded cards ( Matrix foil )
Swing for the Fences Shop Exchange Cards (silver )


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1997 Donruss Preferred

Tin Packs
Gold (numbered to 1200, Hobby only)
Blue
Fanfest Edition
Note: The Fanfest Edition tins were distributed exclusively to dealers who setup at the 1997 All-Star Game Fanfest (sponsored by Pinnacle Brands) in Cleveland. The Fanfest Edition tins are identical to the standard Blue tins, except that the Donruss logo is in gold ink.
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1997 Topps Mint
( no real info on theses, but more than likely, Pinnacle had the rights to the Product named " Mint in 1997, so Topps had to scrap the product and came out with Topps Stars 'N Steel in 1998





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