Card of the Day: Pete Rose 2008 Razor Letterman Auto

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Card of the Day: Jordy Nelson 2008 Topps Letterman Refractors RC #81

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Razor Letterman Auto Contest Winner Announced

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Congrats to Taylor on being the lucky winner of the Anthony Hewitt 2008 Razor Letterman Auto #’ed/20.  Once Taylor sends me their mailing address, I will ship this card ASAP.  Thanks!

Razor Letterman Auto Contest! – NOW CLOSED

This contest is for a Anthony Hewitt 2008 Razor Letterman Auto #’ed/20.  Good luck!!!

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Contest Details:

  • This contest will end Friday, February 27, 2015 @ 8:00 p.m. EST.
  • To enter, please leave a comment in this post.
  • You can enter once per day.
  • The winner will be selected at random.
  • Please provide a valid e-mail address when entering.
  • The winner will receive an e-mail when the contest is over.
  • The winner has one week to send me their contact information or the contest will be held again.
  • Once the contest is over, I will need the winner’s mailing address so I can ship them this card for FREE!!!

Card of the Day: David Letterman 2011 Topps 60th Anniversary Diamond Embedded 1/1

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Card of the Day: Greg Halman 2008 Razor Letterman Auto – Black Letter #’ed/5


Card of the Day: Gaby Sanchez 2009 Topps Finest Letterman Auto


David Letterman’s New Diamond

Last night Hank Aaron appeared on David Letterman.  Being a spokesman for Topps, Aaron presented Dave with a special card serial numbered 1/1 which contained a diamond.  I think its great to see sports cards on television.  This really has been a great week for Topps.

Flashback Product of the Week: 2008 Topps Letterman Football

When this product was released I can remember the hell that broke lose throughout the forums and blogosphere.  Many collectors call these some of the ugliest cards ever produced.  To start off, manufactured patches don’t get a lot of love.  Instead of having the athlete sign the actual letter, Topps decided to have them sign a piece of plastic that would lay on top of the patch.  I think they did this because a lot of the signatures that get signed on the patch don’t show up very well and/or it was easier for them to get the people to sign the plastic.  Either way a lot of collectors thought they looked terrible.

There are three (3) mini boxes per full hobby box.  Two of the three should contain an autograph.  The third will just contain a non-autographed manufactured patch.  Collectors didn’t like paying almost $200.00 for only two autographs.  Sure they would be low numbered, but it still made them mad.  If you didn’t purchase a whole hobby box, but instead bought a single mini box, you could have spent almost $70.00 and received just a plain manufactured patch.


Flashback Product of the Week: 2008 Razor Letterman Edition

Before Razor became obsessed with their cut signature products, they released a few baseball card products for prospect collectors.  One of these products was 2008 Razor Letterman.  Each pack contains one autographed manufactured letterman patch of a prospect.  If you were really lucky you could pull one of the Pete Rose autographs which is probably one of the better cards to find.  By this time, collectors had already been sharing their negative thoughts about manufactured patches which is why this product didn’t really catch on.  At least the autographs were on the patches versus stickers, which is what Topps did with their version of Letterman.  As soon as this product was released I had a feeling it wasn’t going to do well.  I do like that each card comes in an encased magnetic holder, and you have the chance to pull a redemption for complete team USA jerseys.  If your looking for a cheap product to bust, this might be right up your alley.  Boxes can be found for $40.00.  Each box has five packs with an autograph inside each pack.  Thats only $8.00 per pack.