We begin with four. These are the cards that, for instance, you will, but don't want to, get in repack boxes.
You do not need any 1986 Topps cards because they are like the pop-top rings people used to have to pull off beverage cans
that were strewn everywhere, before someone invented cans
with tabs, or immovable openers? 1986 Topps cards,barren not only of rookies but aesthetics, are the equivalent of those early soda cans that caused serious problems in the landfill. Our theory is that maybe someone tried to evoke 1975 Topps but failed.
The result is that when you get a 1986 Topps plus another iffy component, like Mr. Leyland's hat, it's too much to bear. And the cardstock is flimsier than usual.
2007 Moments and Milestones. The key words: design repetitiveness. Rep.eti.tive.ness.