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My Favorites

This is the page where my site has really exploded. I had no idea my site would get this involved, but I did this for fun. I had fun creating the lists and they keep growing too. So look at my list of "Favorites" and see if you agree with some of my lists.


I included a link to the Gallery and 3 of my most popular lists, (My Favorite Sets, Favorite Autographs sets, and Favorite Game-Used sets), which are the 3 lists that change the most.


I hope you enjoy my site please send me an e-mail, (There is a contact me form at the bottom of each list.), and let me know what you think.  I'd appreciate any comments and I'll try to answer any questions you might have.  Again, thanks for looking.




This is the page where list of my "Lists" in a Gallery format. Have fun checking them all out. And use the "Contact Me" form to let me know what you think.

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My Favorite Sets


This is the first of the 3 most active lists. The "Favorite Sets" lists is probably the most volatile because whenever I get a new set it could potentially crack this list. Feel free to write to me and let me know if you think I'm crazy for excluding a certain set. Sometimes I listen to my critics, (The 1991 Pinnacle set was actually moved down the "My Least Favorite sets" list after getting feedback from a collector), so you just never know.

1997 Upper Deck UD3 Curtis Martin Signat

My Favorite Autograph Sets

Since Autograph cards account for such a huge portion of today's hobby market, a list that accounts for any additions and subtractions to my collections is a must. Especially with so many brands and titles to choose from, this list continues to change.

2001 Upper Deck Ovation Smith - Dillon -

My Favorite Memorabilia Sets

Probably my favorite of the hobby today is Game-Used items; from Jerseys to Shoes to Gloves, this list was fun to put together. Again, always changing, this list of Top-10 cards always delivers. So many cards, that made this list 10 years ago, have slid off. Maybe I should have kept a record of those old lists.

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