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    1996 Flair Legacy Row 0 vs. 1 vs. 2?

    Hey guys, I'm hoping you can help me. I am looking at a 1996 Flair Legacy Kobe Bryant rookie. This particular one happens to be a Row 0 numbered to 150. I also noticed that Row 1 and 2's were produced. Does anyone know what the difference is between the various rows? Are there different production numbers for each row? Is one more exclusive than another or is one better than another? Thanks for your help.

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    Thanks. Is there any advantage of having a Row 0 vs. 1 or 2?

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    The one #'d to 150 is the rarest and most expensive I'm pretty sure, but someone correct me if it's not true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldonovan View Post
    Thanks. Is there any advantage of having a Row 0 vs. 1 or 2?
    Some sellers try to apply small premiums to Row 0 and 1 just because those are rarer in the base set, but overall, no, they're all identical.

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    Here is difference.

    Like others' comments, same printed. - each 150 printed.

    But different picture.

    The reason why someone sells ROW 0 as higher price, some People prefers ROW 0 Version than ROW 1 Verson.(looks nice.)

    Or some people prefer ROW 2 version. Because it looks real rookie parallel.
    (Base Set)

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