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    Cool A whole bunch of Selanne cards

    I lucked out a few times recently so I thought it was time for a few scans!

    Hardware Heroes - Definitely some of my favorite inserts

    The Global Great is very elusive and came all the way from Germany in like 3 days!
    I bought some 93-94 Pinnacle packs at Christmas hoping to pull the Pinnacle Team. No such luck, but we pulled the Roenick for my friend.
    Pinnacle 2001 will have to do!

    The Foundation really pops once you remove the flimsiest of film that came with it
    Also featuring the most outrageously named set - Man Advantage Cel-Fusions Die-Cut!

    Next scan is the lucky one - Fire on Ice Gold /10 from a group break
    and ebay auctions ending at weird times landed me both the Orange Prizm and the Razor's...

    ...leaving me with a sweet rainbow from Panini's glory days!

    The Red Target exclusive was actually the hardest to come by and I finally got it in a small base cards lot!

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    Nice Selanne's! That Panini Prizm rainbow is gorgeous! And sometimes those retail parallels can be tough to track down!
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    thx guys!
    ya the plain red was hard especially since Target closed down in Canada..found it in Nova Scotia!

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    Very Nice stuff....I'm really liking that Fire On Ice to 10....

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