Sunday, August 31, 2014

That 90's Card Topic

Welcome! Once in awhile, I will post a topic of conversation and look forward to your responses. This is a place for you to sound off and give your thoughts on the topic. I run a similar segment on Sport Card Collectors but this one is different because it's all 90's collecting based.

Now onto today's topic:

Pro Set was a product loaded with errors, huge base set and some good photography. Do you think this is a product that would survive in today's market?

Monday, August 18, 2014

That 90's Card Topic

Welcome! Once in awhile, I will post a topic of conversation and look forward to your responses. This is a place for you to sound off and give your thoughts on the topic. I run a similar segment on Sport Card Collectors but this one is different because it's all 90's collecting based.

Now onto today's topic:

 Which unique 90's product between Pinnacle Mint (cards and coins) and Pinnacle Inside (cards in a can) would you want revived and why?

Sunday, August 3, 2014

That 90's Fan Favorite Card: 1992 Studio Promo card of Cal Ripken, Jr

This is now the third submission I have received to be featured on this blog for That 90's Fan Favorite Card. Today's submission comes from a long time fan of Sport Card Collectors Harold Tourjee. Come check out his card and why it's his favorite:

"I have a lot of favorite cards from the 90's. This is one of my favorites that didn't cost me anything - A 1992 Studio Promo card of Cal Ripken, Jr. I have been a customer of the local card shop for over 30 years. The owner knew I collected promo cards (I have a thousand from the 90's - mostly Junior). I walked into the shop one day and he had these promo cards that were exclusively given to dealers (unlike the 1991 promos given out in the Donruss sets). He gave me four of them. This is my favorite out of the 4 (the other 3 he gave me were Mattingly, McGwire, and Clark).

Thanks,
Harold Tourjee "
 
Thanks Harold for your submission. Feel free to send another one in! If you are interested in submitting a card and small write-up just like Harold did and be featured on this blog, just follow this link located HERE for info on how to.