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    This is why I really like some of the stick cards

    I didn't have a Jonathan Toews card in my PC until this one.

    I love that they are a bit more "unique" that they were when they first came out. I remember ones from the late 1990s/early 2000s, but I feel like they were just brown pieces of wood. Now, they are better. I'm guessing cards not being made of wood anymore has something to do with it.

    These are a couple of my favorite Shaw stick cards.

    2013-14 Rookie Anthology Luxury Suite #50 S#043/199 by kekinsley, on Flickr

    2013-14 Rookie Anthology Luxury Suite #50 S#190/199 by kekinsley, on Flickr

    Anyway, hope y'all enjoyed.

    Happy collecting!
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    Supercollecting Andrew Shaw 73% w/ 1/1s (141/194 cards) or 87% w/o 1/1s listed in SCF inventory as of 2/9/17 ; Jedd Gyorko in WVU uniform; vintage Champ Car/Indy 500 cards.
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    Two very unique stick "swatches" on those cards. Very nice!
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    I'm really digging stick cards more and more as well - a couple of nice picks up there! Especially if you collect a specific player or team, you tend to see very similar jersey/patch pieces year over year, but stick pieces (especially like you say more recently where they're not just boring wood chunks) seem to have a lot more variety. Looking forward to ITG/Leaf StickWork 2 if/when it gets made, there should be lots of goodies in there! :)
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    I never really thought about the aspect of sticks having different designs than the same ol', same ol' on sweaters. That's a really good point. Leaf tweeted out a bunch of pics of some upcoming ITG product today. If you haven't taken a look, you really should!
    Supercollecting Andrew Shaw 73% w/ 1/1s (141/194 cards) or 87% w/o 1/1s listed in SCF inventory as of 2/9/17 ; Jedd Gyorko in WVU uniform; vintage Champ Car/Indy 500 cards.
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    Great Tazer...I too love the stick cards. I have this one, and have been holding onto it just because it's awesome even though I don't collect them

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    This is a nice one in my pc, 1/1 :)


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    Those both are sweet! Thanks for sharing!!
    Supercollecting Andrew Shaw 73% w/ 1/1s (141/194 cards) or 87% w/o 1/1s listed in SCF inventory as of 2/9/17 ; Jedd Gyorko in WVU uniform; vintage Champ Car/Indy 500 cards.
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    those are nice...I personally LOVE stick cards. So unique and awesome

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    The old wooden sticks had their sides cut off (labels, decals, logos, etc...) the remaining shaft of the stick was cross-cut into countless slivers of wood.

    The new composite sticks are hollow, so the sides are the only usable parts.
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    I also like game used sticks but I prefer the full thing :)
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