Upper Deck Then

In my last post, I talked about the Topps Now program.  But forget that! Let’s look at one of the original “daily” sets – UD Documentary.

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Gold win-loss for this post: 1-0

I’ve actually opened up a case of Documentary.

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1-1

Why, you may ask?  Well, the boxes were pretty cheap.

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2-1

And I needed a lot of Maddux and Thomas and Wood cards, etc.

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3-1

There’s also an outside chance for some good autos like Griffey Jr. and Kershaw (didn’t happen).

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3-2

So, here are all of the one-per-pack gold parallels.  This is the going to be the toughest part of the journey.

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3-3

Anyway, if you need any Documentary cards, please let me know….I have a ton left.

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4-3.  Just barely pulled out the win.

What do you say, team collectors?  No need to wait for each day to come through and pay $10 per card like Topps Now.  You can have a bunch of cards for a simple trade.

4 comments to Upper Deck Then

  • Tim Henson

    Pleae, oh please tell me that you can help me. I have been trying since 2008 to collect the Cleveland Indians master team set of the Documentary cards. I am about 3/4 of the way finished but no one seems to have cards from this set to help me out. Many team collectors think I am crazy for chasing this team set of the Indians. But 2008 has alot of sentimental reasons for me. Would you be able to help me out? Please email me and let me know. Thank you.

  • Tim Henson

    I just sent you an email back Jon. Thanks again!

  • Ho, ho, how did I miss this? If the Dodgers aren’t gone I will take. Hopefully I have something to send back as you’ve done an excellent job of clearing me of Maddux, Thomas and Gwynn cards.

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