Card of the Day: Marion Butts 1991 Fleer Stars ‘N Stripes #54

Card of the Day: Abraham Lincoln 1952 Topps Look ‘N See #4

Card of the Day: Francis Scott Key 1952 Topps Look ‘N See #12

Card of the Day: 2005 Garbage Pail Kids Frank N. Wiener #s1a

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Card of the Day: Christopher Columbus 1952 Topps Look N’ See #51


Flashback Product of the Week: 1999 Topps Stars ‘N Steel

Good luck trying to sneak this product on an airplane, because its not going to happen.  1999 wasn’t the first year Topps made Stars ‘N Steel, I just like the box design better than 1998.  Each box comes with 12 packs containing 3 cards.  There are only 44 cards in the set and each one is printed on 25 gauge metal.  Having no rookies, autographs, or relics, this product isn’t the most fun to open.  The cards do look nice though.