The 1999 Upper Deck Exclusives Level 1 parallel are all bronze/copper in color. The Level 2 versions are gold while the base cards are silver.Here's some recent higher end pickups over the last couple of weeks. Was really happy about the seller of the View to a Thrill /100 accepting my best offer. I've seen tons of the /2000 versions all over the eBay, but this is the first Gold Die-Cut I've seen in 2 years. Also the copper /100 version of the upper deck is throwing me for a loop. I've seen the silver version of the /100 card #487 but not the copper version. Any help on this one is appreciated
He is doing it with a bunch of different sets right now. I think because they literally came from the company reference vault. The ultimate back door sales job 19 years later!why is the seller calling these unreleased??
This.Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Can't tell ya how thankful I am for all the 90's knowledge floating around in this thread!
I think it went to someone else but I know you helped me a lot with mine. Glad to know you still have it. My Griffey was a 9.5. I hope that's not the one that got busted out.Still do [MENTION=3887]AUTaxMan[/MENTION], forget, did you sell this to me back in the day?
One of my all time favorites and a treasure to keep. Love the photos of all of the different states and countries!
Incredible pickups!So I just added a slew of the bankruptcy cards today (many from the '98 pinnacle certified test set) and I'm still scratching my head if some variants I originally thought existed.
My original guess was that there were a total of 8 variants but to-date I've never seen 3 of them of any player for either the base set or the century legends set:
black, red, blue, gold
mirror black, mirror red, mirror blue, mirror gold
I've never seen blue, gold, or mirror black for either. I've got them on my list but have never asked if anyone knows if they exist or not.
Does anyone here have examples of any of those? Here's what I currently now have: