I always enjoyed Pinnacle brand. These 1992 Tigers look somewhat subdued next to their hypnotic 1998 Fleer Skybox counterparts.
I have yet to learn the art of scanning foil cards in a way that reflects their often colorful designs.
Here's a snapshot of the Justin Thompson card which shows off a bit of the 3D design.
Studio became a regular addition to my collection beginning with the full bleed issue of 1993. These cards are from 1992, and 1991 respectively.
2013 Topps Archives Doug Fister and Austin Jackson. I am among the collectors who find Archives irritating and perhaps unnecessary especially with Heritage already regurgitating classic designs. The 1972 design is among my top Topps. I truly appreciate trades that include my Tigers on these newer issues as I don't purchase more than a random pack or two.
2008 A&G and 2012 GQ - also products which get no more than a blaster box of my collecting dollars.
I liked 1995 Topps overall. Were we so far removed from this issue in 2001? Really Topps? An Archive?
John included a rather large stack of Conlons which I'll share a little later on. I was elated with the number of cards he sent. I had a lot of fun going through these and could only share a small amount here. I appreciate the generosity!!! If you haven't read Johnny's Trading Spot, do check out his blog. He's a Braves fan and John Elway collector.
Thanks for your patience! You helped complete several older team sets. I'm saving Braves for you, John.