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Since Ken Griffey, Jr. was under an exclusive autograph contract to Upper Deck, Donruss was unable to have him autograph any of his DKR cards. Since he was the only player unable to sign, Donruss simply made a special un-autographed parallel numbered to only 89 copies, to round out the set. As mentioned in the listing for the regular DKR's, the Griffey, Jr. is an un-corrected error, as the card reprinted was in the 1990 Donruss set, not the '89 one.
I was going through my cards and came across my Griffey's. I collected him heavy years ago/ Each card is in pennie sleves and top loaders. i counted them ... 2,133 different cards
Some fun ones..
I was in a card shop and pulled this and was standing next to mw was a Griffey fan.. thought they were going to beat me up for it lol
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also does anyone own one of these? I went to the show and got tuns of the reds and blues and greens but this is the only black I have ever seen!
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