Sunday, April 5, 2020

Rodney's Cardboard:1995 Collectors Edge 22K Die Cut

Man, I can't tell you how hard it is to figure out 1995 Collectors Edge all around. The parallels go so deep it's worse than trying to figure out Panini Prizm parallels.

Much worse.

But, I think after some much in-depth research, I have figured out what I have and fixed my checklists accordingly.

Today's card I assumed I had already in hand, but found out it was a different die cut in the series but in a different series if that makes any sense to you.

This die cut parallel is also a 22K gold parallel.

Which is also numbered to 500. I assume the DC stands for die cut.

I have a few more Collectors Edge to show off soon and you will notice when I do a recap post on them how hard it really is.

I also didn't give my usual odds info on this card because Collectors Edge doesn't provide them as they are usually randomly inserted. I assume this one was probably one of the tougher ones due to the numbering.

Also check this out....


  1. Love these cards! I have one of these of Barry Sanders currently sitting amongst my stuff to ship on COMC. And I don't know if you know it or not, but there also might be a non-numbered version of this Rodney out there as well, those were the replacements that got out into circulation after the company folded, and even though it's not known how many are out there, some of them can be really difficult to find.

    1. An unnumbered 22K gold parallel die cut? I have a base die cut that's not numbered

  2. Cool card. Can't believe I don't remember these. Would have figured this set would have stood out since it was only 1995 and numbered to 500. That's pretty darn rare for those years.