Saturday, February 6, 2016
So here it is! Just follow the link to view
1995 Pro Line Classic Autograph
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Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!
March 12th 1992 was a Thursday
George H.W.Bush was President
Most Popular Movie released in March of 1992 was The Lawnmower Man
Most Popular Book around this time was Rising Sun by Michael Crichton
Billboard Hot 100 number-one single on March 12th 1992 was To Be With You by Mr. Big.
Megavolt. Darkwing Duck's most common enemy when it came to power outages or anything electrical seeming out of whack. He wasn't my favorite criminal of the group, but still kinda cool.
They came in like a lightning bolt! Speaking of electrifying, here are some definite 90's cards that electrified cardboard!
Friday, February 5, 2016
So yes, this is another NEW post on Hampton's Cardboard Craze. So first, caption the card on here then go check out this new post. Or just check out the new post it's completely up to you.
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1994 Upper Deck Electric Silver
Thursday, February 4, 2016
ROOKIE RELICS VS RARE INSERTS
When buying a football blaster, would you rather pull a rookie relic card or pull a rare numbered insert such as to /25 ? Why?
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
So without further ado, a new post. Follow link to see today' featured card and info:
1997 Metal Universe
Here are the silver parallels I found. Bridgewater and Bortles led the group!
Gold parallels, Write STuff, ROY, and Artistry insert. All pretty nice with the rainbow foil involved.
Start of the autographs. Not too many big names here...
Things get better here with Hyde, Thomas and former NY Giant Xavier Grimble (the Grimble is good to me for that reason)
But things got explosive when I found this Teddy in my box /100!!!!
Now I gotta ask, how many of you buy Sage products? Your thoughts on them? Let me hear it all!
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
In every box of 2014 Panini Rookies and Stars is 25 packs with 8 cards per pack. You will find four hits per box with a mix of inserts as well. Boxes on average run you around $40.
I skipped the base and went for my best rookies this time. Photo variation of Watkins and an Odell rookie!
Tons of inserts. This group has ODELL!
Pulled a Drew Brees Base Longevity Holo Foil Numbered to 99
CRUSADES! Man I love these! Panini should just do a football set all with these.
Sorry for a sideways photo, but a nice Tom Brady Crusade purple parallel numbered to 49. Has a good book value too.
Two jersey cards. Both aren't too shabby.
Wished Hyde hadn't gotten hurt, but at least we know who will be in SF's backfield for awhile.
And it seems every box of 2014 I opened, West was there. I can't believe it. I must have at least 8 of his autographed rookies. Maybe a player I should PC. I would be fine with it if he was talented. But being cut by the Browns is never a good sign.
Monday, February 1, 2016
If you haven't yet, please add this blog to your reading list as I have no intent of stopping blogging on there.
Here is today's new post,
1994 Pacific Gems Of The Crown
It's a pretty cool looking card if you haven't ever seen one.
In every box of 2015 Panini Stars and Stripes baseball is 10 packs with 5 cards per pack. Most of these boxes can be found at $25 and comes with 4, yes 4, hits! You can find Kris Bryant hidden within as well.
Base cards were a bit confusing as you find four Longevity and one regular per pack on average unless a hit is in there. Why not just keep it one way or the other??? Anyways, Russell and Kyle Schwarber were my best of the base.
Longevity Ruby #/199 parallels. They seem hidden unless you are looking close.
Crusades! I still dig these.
My jersey card pulls. Two are Longevity Ruby #/299 or less and one regular.
And my last hit of the box, a Peter O'Brien auto /25. Which is a Sapphire parallel. This guy used to be a Yankee before being traded to the D-Backs for Prado. So I guess it's a partial PC item.
Sunday, January 31, 2016
You can give it a look here:
There it was right at my fingertips, the missing piece to my 2012 Topps Chrome Rueben Randle rainbow, the Superfractor.
The 1/1 beauty would had been the final touch on my rainbow while also acting as my first Super. I hadn't seen the card listed in years. There was no way I could miss it again could I??....well yes I had to.
The problem was, financially I couldn't afford it and couldn't find a way around it. Within a few hours, I watched it slip away possibly forever. Sadness settled in and I tried to re-focus on collecting before putting this post together wondering if other collectors had to face this situation.
Now I gotta ask, have you ever had that one card you needed that you had to watch slip away due to finances, someone beating you to it or other reasons? Let me know below!
Do you think Box Breaks have faded? If so, why do you think that happened? If not, what would you like to see from breakers going forward?