I'm partial to Topps base line myself because it's just the classic, why go for anything else? #2 is bowman and #3 is Gypsy queen, in that order.
Collector of Autographs, TTM autographs, Vintage, Yankees and Mantle
Sets completed 1955-1965, 1967, 1969, 1951 Topps Red & Blue Back, 1951 Bowman, 1955 Bowman, 1963 Fleer, 1965 Topps Embossed, 1961 Topps Stamps, 1962 Topps Stamps & 1968 Topps Game.
Yankee needs:Two 1962 Topps stamp pairs. Need T209 Contentnea Roanoke players.dano 7 by Danny Secrist, on Flickr
I think if I could only open one, I’d go with Heritage.
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Please note: Card collecting is my hobby, not my life. I don't take it that serious and like to keep it fun.
If licensing ever changes back for the better, leaf signature series.
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Always looking to add to my vintage pc's and set needs, let me know what you've got!
I don't buy much hobby as I don't have regular access to a brick and mortar card store these days but I do still dabble in Target blasters. That being said, if I only could get 1 hobby box to take on a desert island I'd pick something with a lot of cards and words to read, like 2019 Topps Series 1.
Always Looking For Adam Dunn Autograph Cards, 1/1's And Game Used Bats!
One box for a year I would go Gypsy but I enjoy Topps base also
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From that year, I suppose? Heritage.
Looking for 2011 Topps Marquee Museum autographs, rare Frank Thomases, and any Grady Sizemores I don't have
Probably Stadium Club, although I don't like the mid-range pack/box set up...
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Topps, Diamond Icons.
Resident Yadier Molina, and Pro Wrestling super fan.