I keep my Sox collection by year alphabetically by brand in
albums. Sets by no in albums and boxes. What few trade cards I have are in sleeves and toploaders (by team) in a shoebox. The rest are stacked unsorted in closets etc.
The PC has a database by year, maker, no, player, date...
I'm not usually into non-baseball stuff but this sounds like a terrific set. I like the Band of Brothers series, excellent stuff. Also, If Major Winters isn't a hero then no one is. (He received the distinguished service cross) and his leadership saved many of his men which makes him one in...
"The league also believes that one cardmaker can end the confusion of competitors selling multiple card series in hobby shops and big-box stores."
MLB I got a question for you. The resulting lowering of an already lower quality and rise in already high prices is good for the customer how exactly?
1. Add some to my White Sox collection (already reached the 12,000 different goal)
2. Rescan my White Sox collection (I'm on Album 25 out of 30).
3. Sort out my extra non sox cards (currently in boxes in the closet - it's full)
4. Adding to my 1955 Bowman Set as fortune and finances allow...
The 2002 Catalog shows a 1989 Rookie Fever Series 1
1 - jerome walton
2 - Steve Avery
3 - Greg Vaughn
4 - Dwight Smith
5 - Todd Zeille
6 - Ken Griffey Jr
7 - Craig Biggio
8 - Jim Abbott
9 - Roberto Kelly
10 - Ken Griffey Jr
and the mentioned 'Rookie Superstars' as a 1989 issue with...
I have all the ones from 4th (1995) to now, it looks like they started listing the magazine cards etc in 1999. The catalog changed editors last year and the new guy seems to have eliminated a lot of stuff.