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Break and review by RenegadeLonghorn
Product Description & Highlights: 18 packs per box, 6 cards per pack Price was $42
CONTENT HIGHLIGHTS * 2 brands in 1 pack – Bowman & Bowman Chrome! * 1 Bowman Chrome autographed rookie in every box! * 2 Bowman Relic cards per box! * 2 Bowman Chrome Refractor parallels numbered to 299 or less per box! * 2 Bowman Chrome cards per pack! * 1 Hot Box per hobby case!
PRODUCT BREAKDOWN Bowman Base Cards – 4 per pack * Veterans (110) * Rookies (50) – Seq. #’d to 2999
Parallel Cards * Hobby Exclusive! Bowman Chrome SuperFractor (160) – Each More >
This is my first personal review you may have read me in other reviews such as SCF’s 2008 Bowman review. I bought this box myself and might be putting together at least one set out of the many mini sets, especially if I can buy another box. Anyway, on with the review!
2008 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball
24 Packs per box/8 Cards per pack
Hobby box contents on average are:
- Two Autographed, Relic, Printing Plate or Allen & Ginter Original Cards Per Box!
- One Hobby Exclusive N43 or Cabinet Card per Box!
- One HOBBY EXCLUSIVE Rip Card per Case!
- *NEW! The Ginter Code – Collectors More >
By Karine Hains, Editor-in-Chief
Isn’t it great to live in the 21st century and to be able to use all the technology which is at our fingertips in our collecting endeavors? You want to know the value of a card? There’s no need to go out and get a magazine. You want to buy a box? There’s no need to go to a hobby shop. You want to trade cards? Well I suppose you could meet up with friends and try to work out some trades but what if your friends don’t collect? That’s right you can do all these things More >
Guest article by gosens151911
Six months ago, I started collecting cards, hockey cards to be exact as an actual hobby. However, I first got interested many years ago. As young six year old kids we all had our own small collection of cards, several dozen base cards with a few inserts. Then, the value of the cards meant nothing to us it was all about the player and team. Living in Ottawa, the most popular cards at the time were any Ottawa Senators closely followed by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks (hey their logo was extremely cool to kids!) and any goaltender More >
By Karine Hains, Editor in Chief
The hockey off season is not a walk in the park for us hockey freaks…Yes the weather is nice, the sun is shinning and the birds are singing but where are the spectacular goal, the fantastic saves and the bone-crushing hits? Thankfully, even though the NHL is having a few months off, Upper Deck is still bringing out new products for us cardboard addicts. The most anticipated and talked about summer release is without a doubt the 2007-2008 edition of The Cup.
Amongst the numerous different sets of insert included in the line up, you will More >
Break and review by Enigma
First and foremost, I’d like to thank our sponsor Topps for providing us with the opportunity to review this product.
Contents: 20 packs per box 5 stickers per pack MSRP – 2 packs for $19.99 (Only place I’ve seen these for sale is at mlb.com)
Topps Big Stix is a box of 5×7 stickers. The stickers are removable and meant to be moved around. Each “card” comes with an action sticker of a particular player, a sticker that contains the team logo of the jersey the player is pictured in and a sticker with the player’s name More >