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1991 Upper Deck Football Cards Unopened Factory Set (700 different cards) - I...

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Manufacturer Description

This listing is for a FACTORY SEALED 1991 Upper Deck Football Card Complete Box Set. One of the key rookie cards for this set include #13 Brett Favre. The 1991 Upper Deck football card set consists of 700 standard size cards Just like they did with baseball in 1989, 1991 Upper Deck Football helped bring about a major change in football cards. The card maker's debut gridiron set led the charge in giving football cards a premium makeover. And while they may not be worth much today, it doesn't take away from the way the set looks. The base set is big, coming in at 700 total cards. The first 600 are considered the Low Series while the last 100 are High Series. Todd Marinovich didn't work out for the Raiders but another rookie quarterback did. Brett Favre leads the set's rookie cards. There are lots of them, but none have nearly the amount of appeal as the future Super Bowl Champion. The white-border design isn't complex but the glossy card stock and bright images make them instantly standout when compared to the year's other football sets. Backs offer a second action shot to go along with the stats.

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FACTORY SEALED.. GREAT EDITION TO ANY COLLECTION!

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