AthleteYearProductDescriptionCard #QuantityB.J. Armstrong1991-1992Upper DeckRegular18410B.J. Armstrong1992-1993Upper DeckRegular15710B.J. Armstrong1993-1994Upper Deck SERegular955Bard Daugherty1991-1992Upper DeckRegular36415Brad Daugherty1991-1992Upper DeckTeam Checklist7615Brad Daugherty1991-1992Upper DeckAll Star4613Brad Daugherty1991-1992Upper DeckAll Star6311Brad Daugherty1992-1993Upper DeckRegular2478Brad Daugherty1992-1993Upper DeckMcDonald'sP71Brad Daugherty1993-1994Upper Deck SERegular67
My Tradelist is now in my sig.
Updated 05-20-2009 at 08:56 PM by FootballCardFreak
(I have a real tradelist now.)
When memorabilia cards first hit the scene around ten years ago they were an instant hit. If you were lucky enough to pull one of the first game-used jersey cards you won the lottery, the cards were extremely tough to pull and collectors paid top dollar to score a swatch of a jersey from their favorite players.
Fast forward to the hobby of today: Memorabilia cards are everywhere, products like Upper Deck SP Game Used have overwhelmingly saturated the market with thousands of jersey
Updated 06-08-2009 at 10:15 PM by Inferno
This is my first blog. A few quick facts:
I'm 46, single (though I do have a girlfriend), and I work in insurance. Collecting sports cards is the only hobby I have left, since I retired from comics a year ago. I'm also into wrestling, and have gone to some live shows over the years. I've been writing a regular column for a wrestling website for 3 years now (www.2xzone.com), but now I intend to share my thoughts on wrestling, as well as sports in general, with all of you. The door's
It has been awhile since my last blog entry. It is nice to see the returns picking up not just for me, but for others on the site as well. My best few autos since my last blog entry actually were email requests from Mary Tyler Moore, Anne Murray and Shirley McClaine. My sports autos have been coming along fine as well. The one I liked the most was since my last post was an 8x10 of Sparky Anderson. We have lost some great TTM guys rescently as George Kell has passed and John Wooden no longer signs