Posts Tagged ‘Numbered’

Cool card for the collection! Really like the card and the nice looking relic.

The only issue in the Beckett slab. I keep most of my player collections in penny sleeves and top loaders in a 2 or 3 row cardboard box. But the slab does not fit. Not going to take the case off, so I guess I will just need to be creative with storing it.


Awesome Palmer relic

Posted: November 28, 2013 in Blog
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I have had this card for a bit and never was able to sit down and plan the post, until now…


I am pretty sure this is only the third Palmer patch card I have. And this patch card blows away most of my other patches. Also I am trying to figure out where this patch came from. I mean where on the uniform was it taken.

Yet another Palmer relic

Posted: January 14, 2013 in Blog
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As I have stated before I like the Topps Sterling relics. This card is no different. And as an added bonus the card is numbered out of 10. So I guess that would classify this a tough pull, and pretty rare.

Palmer autograph

Posted: January 9, 2013 in Blog
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Been a bit, since I have added any Palmer autographs to the collection. So I got this autograph numbered to just 25!

Not a bad looking card for a sticker auto! While everyone likes to focus on on-card autographs, I must say that this card incorporates the sticker nicely. You really have to look hard to see it.

A nice dual relic

Posted: December 10, 2012 in Blog
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I have been adding to the Palmer collection pretty regularly, so why stop!

The new card is really nice! Not only does it contain a Palmer relic, it also contains a Joe Morgan relic as well, not to mention that is numbered to just 25.

Also the guy I got it from was nice enough to leave the price tag on. Granted I paid A LOT less than the $60 tag claims.

So what do you guys think of my recent addition?

5 – 2005 Leaf Sportscasters

Posted: November 21, 2012 in Blog
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I believe I picked these 5 cards up quite a while ago on COMC. I do enjoy numbered cards, but other than the numbering these cards are boring. I guess most parallels are similar to the base card. These just don’t grab your attention.











A while ago I was able to pick up this autograph card of Jim Palmer.

I know it’s from an unlicensed product and it is a sticker autograph. But it is also numbered to /5.

For starters, I think this is one of my favorite unlicensed products. It looks really cool. Just the image of mr. Palmer in a football uniform is so different then most cards which are put out now.