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(07-31-2011 10:38 PM)thelegendjerryrice Wrote: And proof that emailing Dan works.........
(09-24-2011 08:01 PM)ginge01 Wrote: Amazing find, I agree with you, the left hand card looks like 1998, there are other subtle differences, the 1999 looks to have aholographic foil, (my Vinny Testaverde has the same foil look), the 1998 appears to have a registered trademark, my Testaverde and your 1999 Enis do not have it.
Amazing find, I wonder if there are other '1998' versions
(09-24-2011 09:17 PM)ginge01 Wrote: Here are two submissions of cards missing from the online and the annual price guide book.
After 10+ years of searching, I finally found the 1996 Pro Line National Interactive #2, with no official listing, I did not know
who I was looking for.
Found the card this week on ebay for $2 Mystery over, it's Deion Sanders. I had previously found the other 9.
The cards are
#1 Emmitt Smith, Cowboys
#2 Deion Sanders, Cowboys
#3 Kerry Collins, Panthers
#4 Kordell Stewart, Steelers
#5 Terry Glenn, Patriots (in Ohio State Buckeyes uni)
#6 Drew Bledsoe, Patriots
#7 Keyshawn Johnson, Jets
#8 Marshall Faulk, Colts
#9 Lawrence Phillips, Rams (in Nebraska Cornhuskers uni)
#10 Eddie George, Oilers (in Ohio State Buckeyes uni)
I have provided two scans, the first shows the first 6 players, the second shows cards 7 - 10, the back of card #1
& a regular 1996 Pro Line National card.
In 1996, the National was in Anaheim, Pro Line produced a special parallel, stamped with a large A and the words 1996 Anaheim, the 17th National
1 of 499 in silver on the front of the card. They were inserted 1 per pack.
In addition, 1:20 packs so I think 1 per box was a 1996 Pro Line National Interactive card. When the scratch area was revealed,
a number was revealed for a regular card (1 - 350) or for example 63 National Proof
A matching regular card and interactive card was redeemed for an exclusive insert card.
The matching National proof card and interactive card was redeemed for a random piece of memorabilia.
After redemption the card was punched so it could not be used for multiple redemptions.
(09-25-2011 05:54 PM)nittany13 Wrote: Hmm, I never made the connection that the Anaheim parallels were in correlation to the National Interactive cards.
Actually the ten National Interactive cards are listed in the OPG, HOWEVER only four of the players are listed (one being Kerry Collins) while the other six are designated with "TBD". Apparently Beckett did not know which other six players were also featured in the set. I hope Beckett in turn will now re-label the six mystery card listings now that we now know who was featured on all ten cards. Good job ginge01!