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1993, 1994 boxes
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RE: 1993, 1994 boxes
Take a look at the best possible cards in both sets. Depending on the series of Flair their could be an ARod rookie and an ARod insert, but I know the better inserts have long odds. Not sure there was much other than 1st Day parallels from 94 Stadium Club, and even then you would need to hit a superstar to come close to the box price. That being said, both boxes can be fun to open, especially if you collected during the 90s as it's a great and cheap way to relive that time.
Collecting John Stockton, Karl Malone, Ivan Rodriguez, Gary Carter & UF player rookie year cards. Plus Jedd Gyorko rookie and prospect cards.
Jedd Gyorko 2010-2013: Have 323/419 including 1/1s
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RE: 1993, 1994 boxes
Another issue for cards from this era with glossy fronts/backs is they are really susceptible to finger prints. Had to throw a lot of cards away over the weekend because I didn't notice the finger prints until after I had already opened an entire box. Grab them by the sides!
I collect a little bit of everything Colorado Rockies, Colorado Avalanche, & my great, great uncle Jack Pfiester!
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