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Found two Ripken's on worthpoint
Go into advanced search, scroll down to sellers, check only items from and change include to exclude.
The 1992 Topps Gold/Silver were the first thing I thought of too.
Pictures of the flyer with the checklist
Not that it does you any good now unless you can find some old stock but Ultra Pro used to make these.
The one 1996 certified card I had laying around just so happened to be the same one that started this thread. Very difficult to get it started and can't imagine trying on a high dollar card.
Here are the Gwynns side by side
1997 Elite Gold corrected version of Cal Ripken. Most of them the box on the front where Donruss Elite is the box was silver. Error and corrected versions existed for the following cards with the...
I guess they do exist. Was the checklist harder to find than the regular Rave card for Rodriguez? I still have never seen a Ripken checklist and have seen many of the regular Ripken Rave cards. ...
I don't think they exist. Looked for the Ripken for years back when they came out and never saw one.
Like Ryan said its the cropping that makes it different and now that I looked at the back they are different too. The color is slightly different, and that could be for a variety of reasons, but...
Has anybody seen a difference in cropping of the picture for any other players on the 1995 Pinnacle Pins?
Ad sheet for 1998 Pinnacle Certified
If this came from where I think it came from there are going to be some amazing 90's Ripken inserts on the market.
An Alex Rodriguez was sold for $1100 in October 2012 by Huggins & Scott Auctions
I bought and sold the Ripken Stars #146 back in 1997 to a Ripken collector that still has it.