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Tag Archives: Fleer

Your Turn: What are your best memories of collecting in the 1990s? (with polls)

in the next issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, we’re taking a look at the decade where the hobby grew up and got complicated … the 1990s. We want to know what you think.

Box Busters Retro: 2002-03 Fleer Platinum

Join Beckett Basketball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a hobby box of 2002-03 Fleer Platinum cards in this latest Box Busters retro edition video.

Rare Kobe commands crazy cash on eBay – but will it be paid for?

A Kobe Bryant 1997-98 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems Emerald card up for auction on eBay ended at more than $37,600 on Wednesday night.

Ripping Retail Retro: 1988-89 Fleer

Join Beckett Basketball’s Chris Olds as he hosts Reed Kasaoka of Baseball Card Exchange for a retro pack break of 1988-89 Fleer in this latest episode of Ripping Retail.

Ripping Retail Retro: A pack from a 1980s classic

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a single pack of a 1980s classic in this Ripping Retail retro video.

Ripping Retail: An Excell bulk baseball repack

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he explores what can be found in a $9.99 250-card baseball pack from Excell Marketing in this latest Ripping Retail video.

Numbers crunching: Memorabilia cards have made their mark on hobby

We took the time to do some digging in the Beckett database to crunch the numbers and discover a bit more about memorabilia cards. The statistics? Well, they are quite telling.

First look: UD 2011-12 Fleer Retro Basketball

Basketball fans should get ready for a blast from the past from Upper Deck.

Your Turn: What one baseball card is the worst ever?

What one card is the worst ever made — and why? (BASEBALL ONLY)

Ripping Retail Retro: 1981 Fleer baseball cards

Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds continues his throwback pack-breaking madness as he rips five wax packs of 1981 Fleer baseball — the first Fleer release from the decade where baseball cards truly exploded onto the national consciousness — that were bought on the floor of the National Sports Collectors Convention in this latest Ripping Retail video.