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    is upper deck that good??

    I think that upper deck is the most well known card company but i dont have any upper deck cards over 50$ and i have a lot of upper deck cards




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    No 89 Griffey rookies? That's probably the best UD card.

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    Re: is upper deck that good??

    Originally posted by llcooljoe
    I think that upper deck is the most well known card company but i dont have any upper deck cards over 50$ and i have a lot of upper deck cards



    I don't know about UD being the most well known, I would have to say that would be topps, but I think they have the most highly collectible players on exclusive contracts with them. imo

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    I wouldn't agree that Upper Deck is the most well known company; it's got to be Topps, which has had cards since 1950s and probably even earlier.

    Upper Deck cards are my favorite (except for vintage cards), b/c it's easier to keep them in min condition than are the Topps cards. I also like their designs

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    Topps is the most well-known company, IMO. They've been making cards the longest, they've got to be the most well-known.

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    To me Topps is the best known sportscard maker, but upper deck does have some really appealing card designs, and probably has alot of the better players signed..

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    there exclusive contracts of superstars and all time greats keeps them on the radar map other than that do not care for there products

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    best one is 1989 Griffey Jr. card; despite Griffey's career plummeting, it's still very highly over-valued.

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    Growing up with Topps, Donruss and Fleer weren't that appealing. In fact I was under the assumption that they would go away eventually. Then came Upper Deck and WOW. They turned the sports card world upside down with their sleek, clean look.

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    soo uper deck is pretty good after this thread ive changed my mind about upper deck

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