Father & Son dual autographs

13 01 2008

Funny the things you find on eBay. Was surfing for Jose Canseco cards and the thought popped in my head, “hmm, it would be really cool to have a dual autograph of Prince Fielder and his father, Cecil.”

Wouldn’t you know it? Topps Co-Signers released one in 2006. Buy It Now has it for $60 but I am sure you can get one for less next time it comes around on eBay.

Of course, that got me thinking about another famous father/son duo. Ken Griffey, and Griffey Jr. have a couple of different items including duo game-used patches but this dual autograph from Upper Deck would have to be my #1 choice.




9 responses

13 01 2008

Also funny that Prince & Cecil hate each other.

13 01 2008

The idea of a dual Fielders card is cool, but that card is just plain ugly.

13 01 2008

Nice cards. I wonder if there is a Yogi Berra, Dale Berra card? A football card with auto’s from Archie Manning, Peyton Manning and Eli Manning would be pretty sweet.

13 01 2008

Of course those are the best entries, what about the Burroughs (Sean and Jeff), or the Berras (Yogi and Dale), Luzinskis (spelling?), Stottlemeyers, guess you can’t do the Ripkens. I like the brothers approach to this Greg and Mike Maddux, Ozzie and Jose Canseco, Billy and Cal RIpken. In Hockey you could have Keith and Wayne Gretzky. Just some ideas.

13 01 2008

That Fielder’s card represents 500+ pounds of player!

14 01 2008

That Griffey card is pretty sweet.

14 01 2008

Hi, any thoughts on the 753 Bonds Card by Upper Deck? That card just about injects, so to speak, intrigue to the headlines and blow things into hyped up proportions.
The card t ogo after maybe, but not one to show to kids.
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14 01 2008
Mario C.

HeartHealth, I will look into that card ASAP to see what you are talking about.

Thanks for the comment!

7 10 2008

Looking at Griffey lately he’s pounching on the 500 lbs. of player mark too

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