The term “hit” in the sports card industry refers to an autograph or relic card. These hits are inserted into every single product available today. Hits completely drive the sports card industry and for good reason…
I am a huge Minnesota Golden Gopher football fan. My main collecting target is David Cobb; a running back for the Tenseness Titans. This past month has produced some exciting David Cobb mail days.
It is very hard to think of the collecting without the internet these days. Heck, we purchase cards on our phone every day. Back in 1996 a collector used the internet to build his collection and call out Topps.
All collectors have that one card. The one you would never let hit the trade table. It may not be your most expensive, nor the rarest card in your collection, but it is that one card. Continue reading “That One Card”
The internet has completely changed the sports card industry; allowing collectors to expand their passion for collecting sports cards beyond the local card shop.
1990 Donruss was the epitome of junk wax; It was incredibly over produced. The mysterious Aqueous Test issue cards are some of the rarest cards from the early 1990’s. Is it not ironic that one of the most mass produced cards of the early 1990’s has some of the rarest cards of the era?