We strive to give you a positive experience. The Good Looks inserts aren't really anything special, which is probably why they are the easiest to hit. Even common players have outstanding game action shots. I remember buying a lot of this as a kid so it was something I definitely wanted to take a crack at when I saw the lot on Ebay. We do our best to describe an item's condition in our own opinion but it may not match your standards. The best card I'd pull would be a Parquet Players which is out of 3 boxes. The top 5 i mentioned had their brief success in the hobby, but none of it really lasted long.
Images of cards are provided for informative and critical use only. We will do our best to make it right. One thing that amazes me about this set is the top notch photography. As far as the contents, I think even in 1999 this would be considered an Ok box. As with most 90's inserts, get the right guy and you'll have yourself a pretty good card worth a nice chuck of money. Besides rookies, Fleer Ultra is known for Platinum Medallion and Masterpiece parallels. This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees.
The hardest insert set is the Millennium Men which are serial numbered to 100. Game Used cards were starting to become a staple in a lot of sets starting in 1999, and though they were still tough to pull, they were starting to become just a little bit easier to pull. The World Premiere inserts are sooooo awesome looking. Charles Oakley, Eric Snow, Grant Hill, Mike Bibby, David Robinson, Antoine Walker, Bryon Russell, Damon Stoudamire, Maurice Taylor, Larry Hughes, Latrell Sprewell, Jalen Rose, Alonzo Mourning, Ricky Davis, Keith Van Horn, Nick Van Exel, Larry Johnson, Mitch Richmond, Corliss Williamson, Charles Barkley, Tim Thomas, Dirk Nowitzki, Rashard Lewis, Dikembe Mutombo Overall Thoughts: Yet another fun trip down memory lane! This particular product takes me back to a fun time in my collecting career. The Platinum Medallions are numbered to 50 for veterans and 25 for rookies and of course Masterpiece parallels are 1 of 1s. I love the die cut design and again at the beginning of the 1999 season, Lamar Odom stuff was actually highly coveted so this would have been a solid insert to hit.
. It was a semi solid, but not spectacular class. Here are some of the hits, including some of the base cards to show off the photography! For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. The Parquet Players and Heirs To The Throne are also really cool looking. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program You must return items in their original packaging and in the same condition as when you received them.
All works are copyright their respective owners. Feel the Game memorabilia cards can be found too, but it's only player worn and of rookies so although at the time this was a desirable set, as the rookie class progressed most of the cards in the set aren't worth much despite the 1 out of 7 box odds. Unfortunately this ended up being a pretty mediocre draft class. I also love the Gold Medallion die cut parallels. If you don't follow our , you may not receive a full refund. This has to be one of the best sets made in regards to the game photos used.
No huge hit like a memorabilia card, a Millennium Men Insert, an Autograph, or a Platinum Medallion parallel. They are intended as a guide only. The two biggest hits were of Antawn Jamison aforementioned Parquet Players and Heirs To The Throne. So here is the 2nd of the 3 boxes that I purchased as a lot on Ebay. Not brutal, but not bad either.
Refunds by law: In Australia, consumers have a legal right to obtain a refund from a business if the goods purchased are faulty, not fit for purpose or don't match the seller's description. In this product rookies were seeded 1 out of every 4 packs so rookie cards of Elton Brand, Steve Francis, Lamar Odom, Baron Davis, and Shawn Marion would be the top rookies to get. . . . . .
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