Monday 29 August 2016

Some new cards

Along with the cards that I showed last post, I added some more Browns to my collection over the weekend.

I picked up another pack of 2016 Prestige at Wal-Mart while I was down there and there was one Browns card in the pack.

2016 Panini Prestige #281

With today's release of Paul Kruger, Ogbah's pass rush will be counted on more than ever. It will be a growing year for a lot of young defenders on the Browns.

I also won a lot for eight Johnny Manziel rookie year cards for $10.50 plus $3.00 shipping. I needed three of the cards, with the draw being this autographed, numbered card.

2014 Panini Crown Royale - Rookie Silhouettes Autographs Gold #201

A seller on COMC wants $100.00 for the regular Silhouettes Autographs card which is numbered out of 299.

L: 2014 Topps Museum Collection #30
R: 2014 Topps Turkey Red #1

I bought quite a few Turkey Red packs in 2014 hoping to pull this base card with no luck. I bought the autographed version a little while ago and finally the base card is added to my collection.

At Wal-Mart I also bought some discounted packs of 2014 Panini Absolute Retail. According to my collection on the Trading Card Database, I don't have any Browns from the retail set, but now that I pulled the following cards I will have to compare them to what I have and see if I can see a difference. I managed to pull quite a few Browns.

Top (l-r): 2014 Panini Absolute Retail #47, 77, 104
Bottom (l-r): 2014 Panini Absolute Retail #116, 150
Off-hand, does anyone know how to tell the difference between the 2014 Hobby and Retail cards?

I watched the entire Browns/Buccaneers pre-season game on television the other night. It is going to be a long year!

1 comment:

  1. For Panini when they have a retail and hobby version the hobby is mirror foil and the retail are normal like the ones you show in this post. Occasionally it will be something really minor though, the Titanium set they did for the NBA a few years ago looked identical but the hobby version was about double the thickness of the retail card.