There’s something about vintage cardboard. I love it. One set I love more than most is the 1950 Bowman Football set. Cards today are just photographs with a border. Whoop-dee-do. Cards used to be basically works of art. That’s what drew me to this.
Linemen don’t typically get cards anymore. This is a center in his stance, ready to snap the ball. Maybe it’s because I was a center. Maybe it’s because it’d because it looks like a painting. Maybe it’s the trees and sky in the background. I don’t know, but it’s a beautiful card.
I know what a “rainbow” is considered. I’m going to work on a rainbow on this card. I want to attempt to pick up one in every PSA grade. Why? I think it will be fun and challenging. The hobby is supposed to be about fun, right?
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