In case you missed Part 1
and Part 2
, click on the links to recap.
Today, let's take a look at the additions to the Rusty Greer PC
First up, the auto from 2014 Panini Prizm. Even though it's autographed, it's pretty damn boring. But hey, it's Rusty Greer.
This one hails from 1996 Leaf Limited. That holofoil paper never
scans well with my scanner, and it's a damn shame. This is a beautiful card.
1996 Score. If ever there were a card that represented the 90's (in terms of lack of imagination and print overruns), its this one.
This is from 2000 Skybox Dominion. Skybox should have stuck with basketball cards...they were awesome.
200 Upper Deck MVP. Really nothing exciting.
Now these two, these two
are beauties. 1997 Pinnacle Totally Certified Platinum Blue and Red. Totally! I was certain I was going to take the film off, but I am certain that it will stay on.
Then we get the triumvirate from 2000 Pacific Prism. From top to bottom: base, pebbly dots and silver sheen.
Lastly, we have 2000 Flair Showcase Row 0, numbered 402 of 2000. I still remember when 2000 was considered low numbering!
That's it. Sorry for the lack of commentary. It's almost 6:30 and I have been up right at 24 hours. I'm about to walk out the door to go proctor an exam.
Ah, the joys of grad school.