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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Set: 1996-97 Fleer - Lucky 13 (Rate)

Card: #6 Antoine Walker

“ Would have been a nice picture if they hadn't imposed that hideous background. ” -C2Cigars

“ This set was quite rare back in the day- and probably still is. Walker was a good player in his day but his career was hampered by his ego. He later became the first player to wear #88 in NBA history. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Just in case you didnt see the photo on the front of the card, we put the exact same one on the back. ” -NJdevils

“ Awful and ugly card. UGH. Do away with the weird background and it would be OK. The base cards for this set are OK but this insert set is UGLY with a capital UGH. ” -captkirk42

“ Look! Up in the sky! Its a bird, its a plane, oh oops, its just Antoine Walker! Fun card designs. ” -Rod_Davis_86

“ The background is hideous. ” -carthage44

“ This is that time period when cards got awesome again. Even though I don't always like fake backgrounds, this one works for me. ” -switzr1

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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Set: 1981 Topps (Rate)

Card: #388 Andre Thornton

“ This should be an UER card, because he hit for the cycle in '78, not in '79 as the back of the card states. ” -volbox

“ Love this set ” -SFC Temple

“ Absolutely love this set! ” -bkklaos

“ My favorite set ever. These were the first cards I ever collected. I guess I was 6 at the time, and that was when we lived in Oklahoma. Great memories. ” -switzr1

“ One of the true classics. I dont know much about this player, but really like this card. ” -engine614

“ I like the trivia bit on the back. That's impressive. ” -vrooomed

“ 1981 Topps Baseball is still one of my fave designs. Sometime in the mid 90s I got a little tired of it, but then around 2007/8 when I got back full swing into cards again I lost any hatred I had of it. First glance (due to a bit of the blurring) on this card it looked liked a patch sticker version in the style of the 1972 Fleer Logo stickers and the 1977 Topps "cloth" stickers not the modern GU/relic "Patch" style cards. ” -captkirk42

“ LOVE IT!!! ” -carthage44

“ That's a pretty impressive feat to hit for the cycle, with each hit coming against a different pitcher. I wonder how many other times that's been done in the majors. ” -SaveDaKid

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Friday, August 14, 2015

Set: 1994 Vision Generation Extreme (Rate)

Card: #6 Matt Archbold

“ I had no idea this sport got cards. In my opinion EVERY sport should get cards. First name only on card front is kind of odd. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Awww,dude!!!That is like totally RADICAL!!!! Eyahh!! ” -uncaian

“ A card for everything in the 90s. ” -koloth42

“ My first thought was the opening rif from the Hawaii Five-0 Theme tune. ” -captkirk42

“ Never heard of these, but I like it! Most are probably going to say "more from the '90's junk era"...I say great...makes a box of these affordable! ” -bkklaos

“ i feel like this card is like one of those stock images you see in Imovie ” -lxnlxn

“ Well that looks like lot of fun. ” -wax_house

“ Cool picture. But that's all I like about the front. Back looks good though. ” -switzr1

“ If I liked surfing this would be pretty cool but I don't. ” -carthage44

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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Set: 2011 Morrisons Disneyland Paris Magical Moments Festival (Rate)

Card: #H6 Lotso

“ Ned Beatty did such a great voicing for Lotso. As for the card, I have nothing. ” -ShoTime

“ No, just no ” -hawksforever

“ Lotso luck getting me excited about this card. ” -uncaian

“ Nice card. Haven't seen TS3 so I got a bit of a shock seeing Lotso. Didn't know at first if it was meant for young kids and family or adults and the horror crowd. ” -captkirk42

“ I'm curious how these games actually work. I thought it was a Top Trumps set until I read the title. ” -switzr1

“ Disney needs to come out with another set, I may be able to get my wife into card collecting with these. Curious to know how they were distributed. I see they came out in packs, were they for sale at the park or handed out? I don't agree with the various attribute scores on many of the cards. ” -CluelessJoe

“ the more you look at it, the more terrifying it becomes ” -lxnlxn

“ Great leadership but evidently, not a very courageous friend and lacks sense of adventure. ” -flcardtrader

“ GREAT MOVIE!!! ” -carthage44

“ Yet another example of a checklist with incorrect card numbering. This is card #69. ” -C2Cigars

“ Repeated exposure to this photo may lead to lots-o-nightmares. ” -Bizzork

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Set: 1995 Collector's Choice - Silver Signature (Rate)

Card: #335 Jeffrey Hammonds

“ Design is OK, but I am very tired of the Collector's Choice sets overall. ” -captkirk42

“ I originally liked the set because it was affordable. Now I realize it's not great in quality so now I'm slowly trading them away. ” -Joshua825

“ I think I prefer a silver signature parallel to a silver bordered parallel. Of course, I'm just fine with no parallels at all. Well, maybe refractors. ” -switzr1

“ Gold Signature was the "hot" parallel. ” -carthage44

“ It's a high fly ball which the 2nd baseman will get to easily. One away. ” -koloth42

“ Low end product, not bad cards but not great. Silver sigs were a great parallel idea in the pre-auto a box age. ” -hawksforever

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Set: 1996 Collector's Edge - Time Warp Gold (Rate)

Card: #TW2 Ray Allen / Alex English

“ What in the world is going on here? It looks like they're behind the hoop, yet to the side of it. It's confusing and making my brain hurt. ” -ShoTime

“ I despise unlicensed cards. They shouldn't exist. I am glad I don't have this one in my collection. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Not a fan of College ball cards - although this is a nicer one. ” -hawksforever

“ Hmm pretty good for one of those "time warp" cards. Better than some of the football ones, where it is obvious they photoshopped the two players together. If it weren't for the shorts uniform styles you probably couldn't tell. ” -captkirk42

“ Odd combination. They both went to high school in South Carolina, but not the same school. Other than that, I don't really see any similarities. ” -wax_house

“ I don't even know where to begin. Terrible. Terrible. Terrible. ” -switzr1

“ Interesting concept, but I don't care for the execution ” -jackal726

“ Poor comparison. ” -carthage44

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Monday, August 10, 2015

Set: 1986-87 Topps (Rate)

Card: #175 Brad Marsh

“ This looks better than both the '86 and '87 Topps baseball designs. ” -ShoTime

“ Nice like it. Was about to say "cool vintage" but noticed it isn't quite vintage, well it could be depending on when you cut off for vintage. Technically a 29 year old card could be called vintage, but I like to cut vintage off at 1980, some cut if off 1970 some even earlier. Anyway you look at it is a nice looking card. ” -captkirk42

“ Swampy. Love 80s Topps. ” -wax_house

“ 31 on sleeve - for Pelle Lindbergh. ” -vrooomed

“ Simple but nice! ” -carthage44

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Sunday, August 9, 2015

Set: 2002 Fleer - Tiffany (Rate)

Card: #147 Chad Hermansen

“ This card does not work at all. Yellow & white ? PLEASEEEEE ” -engine614

“ Serial numbered cards are great! ” -carthage44

“ Nice shot covering the guy's face up. Thumb's up. And I don't get the rainbow laces on the side. ” -ShoTime

“ I'm sure the Fleer photographer takes more than one photo. Was this the best option? Goofy, awkward stance. Face covered by arm. Windblown jersey makes it look like he has a big potbelly. ” -C2Cigars

“ Cheesy design. Used the same color schemes from the 1990 release. ” -addysdaddy

“ Still debating about this set. At first I thought it looked OK but the the banner at the bottom disturbs me a little. A numbered Tiffany Card? Huh? Tiffany cards are usually just the regular set with a glossy front and higher quality card stock, but serial numbers? ” -captkirk42

“ Chad would not be a fan of this photo at all! ” -hawksforever

“ Card not doing it for me - plus the UER (Provo is in UT, not VT). ” -vrooomed

“ Love serial numbered cards! ” -Dave Sosidka

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Saturday, August 8, 2015

Set: 1997 Score - Showcase (Rate)

Card: #255 Herschel Walker

“ He really enjoyed the NFC East. He played for the Cowboys (twice), Giants and Eagles. ” -carthage44

“ One of the best ATHLETES ever. ” -vrooomed

“ This is a great action photo at an athletic angle and focuses on the player as opposed to the card design itself. I'm a big fan. ” -TheDoug

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Friday, August 7, 2015

Set: 1993 Stadium Club - 1st Day Production (Rate)

Card: #109 Derrick May

“ I always enjoyed pulling 1st Day cards from Stadium Club packs back in the day. Parallels weren't as prevalent as they are now, and it had nothing to do with color, so colorblind collectors could know what they had. ” -switzr1

“ Typical less than exciting card from the 90's. ” -koloth42

“ I've always liked the look of the Stadium Club early editions. Not to big on the "1st Day" box up top, other than that this front design is pretty cool. It works better for the no-border style than some no-border styles have. The back has always left me with a too stuffy feel. I like that they show the player's Topps RC but not with the other photo being so dominant. I also prefer full stats when possible. ” -captkirk42

“ I personally thought the 1st Day Production cards were cool! ” -bkklaos

“ 1st day production were the beginning or the serial numbered era. ” -carthage44

“ Some of these parallels can get a bit pricy, but a nice set anyways. ” -suomibear8

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