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(02-13-2013 05:18 AM)djohn Wrote: 1997 Fleer Goudey Greats Foil
It is a nice looking set, and has lost A LOT of value over the years (mostly because most people don't realize it exists and how subtle the difference is from the non-foil version). These cards were super tough to get (i.e. 1 in 800 packs), yet you can pick up a lot of them for just a few bucks each. The stars will cost a bit more, but I really think this is one of the most undervalued sets.
1998 Circa Thunder Thunder Boomers
It is a very nice looking set and not too hard to put together.
1997 SP Game Film
Another cool looking set that you don't see that often.
1997 Pacific Triple Crown Die Cuts and 1995 Pacific Gold Crown Die Cuts
Nice crown die-cut, and they look really nice all together.
1996 Studio Stained Glass Stars, 1996 Studio Masterstrokes, 1997 Studio Master Strokes and 1997 Studio Hard Hats
I just love the old Studio inserts.
A fun set, but there are a couple cards that will cost you over $100 is:
2006 Upper Deck Future Stars Clear Path to History Triple Signatures
There are some bargains in there and some great early autographs of current stars.
(02-13-2013 04:48 AM)elberson Wrote: The 2001 MVP gloves is a sweet set all together and colorful to. I have a couple to start you out
(02-13-2013 05:11 AM)muz0 Wrote: What about the hostess cards from late 80s to early 90s? Those are fun and inexpensive. I only need a few more myself.
(02-13-2013 08:53 AM)jrbeasley Wrote: How about a Royals hall of fame (the Royals hall of fame, not the Cooperstown hall of fame)set? Maybe a signed rookie of all members? Well, minus the 5 non players at least.