Words can't describe the satisfaction and sense of relief that I felt after slipping this card into a penny sleeve, top loader, and into the darkened shoebox it will now call "home".
It should be pretty obvious why this card became an instant "cult classic", but I've blown up the area of concern just in case:
But in my eyes, the most important one is the card you see above. It's been estimated that over 100,000 of these cards were inserted into packs, which makes them far from rare. However for being such an "overproduced" error, this card still commands $5 to $15 on eBay.
Who says that junk wax era cards are worthless?
Okay, it's your turn to share...
What are some of your favorite "error" cards?
Thank you Fleer for creating one of the biggest gaffes in cardboard history.
Happy Sunday and sayonara!