For as common as they are these days, 1 of 1 cards seem to have lost a lot of their luster. Hell, I pulled four of them last year in a six month period and probably could have doubled it by now if I kept busting wax. That being said, the Superfractor phenomenon is far from over. You can still pull a Super from many products (Topps Chrome, Finest, Bowman Chrome) and sell it within a week for thousands of dollars on eBay.
Let’s get it clear, this is no 1 of 1 from Moments & Milestones or some lousy printing plate—this is the very best Refractor parallel on the market and just about everyone in the world who collects wants one. My question to you is how far are you willing to go to own one? Would you create one on Photoshop to brag about it?
That just might be the scenario we are looking at because today someone pullled the Lincecum Super and went to Beckett’s message board to brag. The only problem was that according to another member, it had been pulled 6+ months ago! So is it a case of someone with a little too much “Super Envy” or has Topps fouled up again and included more cards than what the print run states? Check out this super duper (sorry guys, I had to!). It is a photo of a sheet of uncut Superfractors. Can someone find what’s wrong with it?