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    Supposedly they're not even game used. Certainly a great card, but not the best ever.

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    I think it is pretty darned cool. I would be proud to make that card the "best in my collection"

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    Supposedly they're not even game used

    dont know about that, topps aquired a lot of gibsons estate, including a few gu items. so you never know

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    Until Topps can confidently say they're game used instead of calling them game model, then I'll be "wow"ed. Until then it's just a sweet card, top 10 maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graphy
    Supposedly they're not even game used. Certainly a great card, but not the best ever.
    The article says "Not only will Topps Sterling include a "player-touched" Autographed Relic or Relic (all cards feature 3 or more relic pieces) numbered to 10 or less, but it will...".. I was impressed by the phrase "player-touched" for a half-second when it occurred to me that the player may have touched these relics at practice or at home. "Game-Used" is really more impressive and more desired.

    Andy

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    Yea that "player touched" phrase is definetly odd to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPINOUT
    Game used for SURE''
    if it WERE game used, they wouldn't use the vague wording, causing people to be skeptical

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    What if the player picked it up, and said "this is the worst bat ever", and then threw it aside. lol

    This doesn't seem that great.

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