02-12-2013, 12:17 AM #11
02-12-2013, 01:47 AM #12
74/75 OPC, my mom owned a little corner store for a few years, every year me and my brother got a box each, oh did I hang onto them Drydens and Lafleurs, the rest got tossed at the school wall...........
02-12-2013, 03:00 AM #13
94-95 Fleer Ultra at my 14th birthday in 1994 (1st dec) and I got a huge hit with a All-Star Wayne Gretzky (!!!), oh man my little brother was soo jealous then.
I was actually NOT interested in hockey cards then but very moment when I ripped the pack and pulled the Gretzky so I became a addict...again becuase I was collecting various stickers when I was younger....PC-PLAYERS: Tom Barrasso & Johan Hedberg - Hidden Content
*12-13 DECADES 90'S - MEGA GOALIE - T.BARRASSO 1/1 - PAYS VERY WELL!
*12-13 THE CUP - PROPERTY OF... - T.BARRASSO 1/1 - PAYS VERY WELL!
02-12-2013, 05:06 AM #14
1990 - 91 Upper Deck low numbers. Bought it from a hobby shop that also sold cards. Paid $65 for the box. Next year they stopped selling cards.
02-12-2013, 05:17 AM #15
My first pack of hockey cards and first box of cards was 1990-91 Bowman (opened around 2007). I completed the base set as well as the Hat Tricks, so that was a fantastic box for me. I judged it by the value I derived from opening it rather than what someone else wants to spend on the cards on the secondary market.
- Mask Cards
- 2005-05 UD Endorsed Emblems
02-12-2013, 08:56 AM #16
02-12-2013, 08:59 AM #17
The first pack I ever bought was 1991 Donruss Baseball Jumbo. At the time I couldn't understand why anyone would spend $3 on 10 Upper Deck cards when you could get 50 Donruss cards for $2.50. I have since figured that one out. First box was 1991-92 Pro Set hockey.
02-12-2013, 09:06 AM #18
For me it was 1991-92 Upper Deck (the french version to boot!) at the local Dépanneur!
My first box was a 93-94 Stadium Club that I got from a dollar store. The packs were sold at a buck each, not the box. I wish!!!
02-12-2013, 12:43 PM #19
02-12-2013, 01:37 PM #20
1962-63 Parkhurst that my dad had bought for me at the corner store.