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Thanks for stopping by. Like you I'm a collector of card board. I collect rookie cards of Hall of Famers and I love to learn about the history of these All-Time Greats. My goal is simply to inform and inspire. Did you know? Some Hall of Famers only have 1 official rookie card but others may have 50 or more! How are you going to know which ones are which? Right here! This website will provide you with a rich checklist of every true rookie card of featured Hall of Famer. - Victor Roman Sr., Editor
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The hobby is full of learning opportunities and this is the heartbeat of All-Time Greats. We will learn about Hall of Famers, Future HOF, Collecting and most importantly rookie cards!
There is no right or wrong way to collect but there are many roads you can take. I want to help you assemble the best collection possible.
A healthy balance of learning and collecting will bring years of enjoyment for you and hopefully the next generation!
Recent Blog Post
It’s winter here in the Mid-West, Northwest Indiana more specifically, about 30 minutes east of Chicago. As I write this its currently 35 degrees which isn’t too bad compared to other winters. I’m asking fellow collectors to get me the bug spray. An odd request being its the first week of the new year. You […]
In an effort to minimize distractions I am posting here publicly my collecting goals for the 2020 year. The purpose is to help me prioritize my collecting, does this mean that I will not relapse into another distracting episode? No. It does not. You know how it is.
Jason Kidd is also known as “The Magician” for his uncanny ability to pass the rock. He was born in San Francisco, CA but was raised in the Hills of Plaid Valley Oakland where the rich folks lived. But he was influenced to play basketball in the Flat Lands of Oakland where the ghetto folks […]
Terry Bradshaw has lived most of his life in the spotlight. First as a quarterback for the Pittsburg Steelers then as a lively television commentator. His claim to fame was leading the Steelers of the 1970s to one of the greatest dynasties winning four Super Bowl Championships.