Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Chopping The Grass-Roots

Probably the closest to a memorabilia card I will ever get in my Hampton collection since he doesn't have any, the 1996 Leaf Grassroots insert was covered with felt like like turf on a field. The player in the forefront was vibrant with color. Makes for one cool looking insert.

Insert odds for these were 1:4, but being serial numbered to 5,000 might have made them a bit tougher pull in the product. I was fortunate enough to find this card for $1. I will take any Hampton numbered card for that price any day.
Thoughts on my latest tough Hampton add is welcomed in comments and if you want to help add to my Rodney Hampton project, see all of my remaining needs HERE. You just never know what you may have that I don't. 

1 comment:

  1. The 90's were definitely a decade of ingenuity. I remember my father saying this whenever he spoke about his youth and today I'm going to borrow the quote: "they don't make them like they used to".