Wednesday, February 6, 2019

How Do I Sort This?

My recent mail day from my Twitter buddy @NYCollects, not light bulbs this time (you can see that funny article on here by looking up @NYCollects), had me thinking when I go to sort this card, how do I do so?

This card has four players on it. All four play a big role in my Giants collection. Eli Manning I am closing in on 500 cards. Rueben Randle and Odell Beckham Jr have over 200 cards of each player and this is Beckham's rookie year. Andre Williams was a huge PC in terms of the amount of hits I have for him.

However, the way I sort things and mark things down, I can only choose one player. One. So which one do you think I should choose to add this card to the PC of? How would you sort this one?

Let me know in comments and a thanks again to @NYCollects for giving me this card for my collection. Your one good dude!

14 comments:

  1. I’d file it as a Manning card then note the other players if possible.

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  2. Each of my team pcs have a section dedicated to cards featuring multiple players. But in your case, I'd probably just file it with my biggest pc... which seems to be your Manning.

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    1. I should have made a team section for my giants pc. Maybe time to think things over as I go.

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  3. Multi-Subject. I keep an Excel chart where I track what the subjects are on Multi-Subject cards. (People or teams, though most a people)

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  4. I'm with Fuji. My cards are by team, and I have a multi-player section. If I were in your shoes, I suppose I'd be trying to decide which PC I liked best and would look at the most. Tough decision, I know.

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    1. It is. Especially with so many key components. Guess I need to look into making some new sections

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  5. I'm with most of the others with a generic team category. Since your system is different I'd probably go with Manning for 2 main reasons: 1 he seems to be your biggest and most favorite of your player PCs and two he is "first" on the card top left position. Like many group box breaks deal with who should get a multi team and player card goes in order of player/team shown Left to right, top to bottom.

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    1. Good point. I never thought about doing the card by order of player on it

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  6. Definitely Manning. He is your largest PC and is top left corner. How many Super Bowl MVPs do the other guys have?

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  7. I have a section specifically dedicated to multiple Colts players on the same card in my PC boxes. If you don't already have one this would be a good place to start imo.

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