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I have hundreds of his regular card and many of the other more rare versions of the same card including the autos the relics, the black parallel mini, the A&G parallel mini, the regular mini, a red auto, a silk mini and a one of a kind 3 card mini black parallel strip with authentication from topps . . . If anyone is still looking to pick up some of these I am happy to sell some of them, but I am keeping a minimum of one of each card for my own collection of disc golf memorabilia
From top to bottom these are:
1) The Regular Mini Variation (has card #73 on back)
2) The Bazooka Mini Variation serial numbered 22/25 (only 25 made)
3) The Black Mini Variation (more rare than the Ad Back but less than the No #)
4) The Ad Back Mini Variation (more rare than the Regular Mini but less rare than the Black)
5) The No # Mini Variation (only 50 made) the only difference to the regular mini is there is no # 73 on the back
6) The ragular base issue card #73, personally signed by Avery because I gave him some of these cards to give away.
7) The Autographed Framed Mini Variation (I believe 200 of these were made and signed)
8) The Red Ink Auto serial #'d 06/10 (From the Rip Cards . . .only 10 of these made)
9) The Silk Framed Mini Variation serial #'d 01/10 (The gold #ering is on the left side in the red part of the card)
10) The Black Three Card Mini Strip with Topps Vault Certificate of Authenticity (1 of a kind item)
11) The Relic Mini Variation (this one is with the Teal (Firebird I think) that he used during his World Championship. There is also another version where he used 5 of his Red Star Destroyers to make more of these cards. The teal one is 80% more rare because it was only 1 disc whereas the red were much more prevalent.
I have yet to see the Wood Mini Variation come through anywhere
These are from a set of (I think it was 30) "World champions" from the year avery won worlds. There were ones of the top rated/champions from all kinds of fringe "sports" like darts, billards, fencing...etc., kind of cool. The relics are from two of his discs he threw too win worlds, I know one was a champ destroyer and I don't remember what the other one was (teebird?)
Allen and Ginter is a Topps brand (a throwback form way back in the day) they put out every year, but that was the only year too have a "world champs" subset.