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I pulled this Darvish out of a blaster box about 2 weeks ago. It says refractor on the back, but I think it is a xfractor. I am unfamiliar with the Topps Chrome cards so I was hoping the community could help me determine what kind of card this is. The links are to my photobucket and the back and the front of the card.



Front of card:
http://s1279.photobucket.com/albums/y538...15c24b.jpg

Back of card:
http://s1279.photobucket.com/albums/y538...ec4ed2.jpg
It's an x-fractor. All the different types of refractors say 'refractor' only and don't specify exactly which type of refractor it is.
(10-08-2012 11:54 AM)mweber012 Wrote: [ -> ]I pulled this Darvish out of a blaster box about 2 weeks ago. It says refractor on the back, but I think it is a xfractor. I am unfamiliar with the Topps Chrome cards so I was hoping the community could help me determine what kind of card this is. The links are to my photobucket and the back and the front of the card.



Front of card:
http://s1279.photobucket.com/albums/y538...15c24b.jpg

Back of card:
http://s1279.photobucket.com/albums/y538...ec4ed2.jpg

Really nice Darvish xfractor!!
I gave Yu 5 Stars!!
yeah the X-Fractors will always have that what I call Checkerboard design on them where as a regular refractor will just look rainbowy when you hold it in the light at just the right angle.
Thank you all very much.
(10-08-2012 01:01 PM)chevy man 22 Wrote: [ -> ]yeah the X-Fractors will always have that what I call Checkerboard design on them where as a regular refractor will just look rainbowy when you hold it in the light at just the right angle.

My definition exactly.
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