Have a look at the attached Dave (post 46) Were you aware of these? Apiarently they were an unreleased promo, maybe 2/3 the size of a normal card and holographic image of the logo and Sheens.
I knew a bloke who used to stock the vending machines. I was told (years later) never buy from the machines because they were all searched stock, packets with hits had a slight variant and some dealers, reps etc would search, take the ‘hit’ packets and dump the rest into machines.
I wish I had...
Why are some certificates dated in 96 though Dave?
I had heard only 50 signed but the one depicted is higher than 50 so that would indicate more than 50 signed, who knows with Dynamic.
Further, these were never in packets or boxes were they?
It is a 1994 card.
I know that the gold signature cards from series 1 in 94 came without COA but you could request one from Dynamic.
I thought that the Raper was only available to Dynamic Club members, perhaps a COA was supplied after the fact or perhaps it is just another example...
Who knows with Dynamic. So many shady back door seals, numbered cards issued twice (regularly). Such a shame because they were well ahead of their time and produced some magnificent cards that should be worth a bit now.
Regarding the Raper, I heard one version that only 50 were signed but have...
These were only available to Dynamic Club Members, not in boxes or packets. Having the COA is very good. Never having owned or sold one of these I could only hazard a guess at $400 + but there would be plenty on this forum with a better idea than me.
If you have any Canberra...
Scotty, as per FB post above is my want list. I have an Afoa YGS 36/90 redeemed (these were accidentally signed in the silver pen used on the YGS Blacks) and an Isaac Luke mojo ruby 06/40 available.
If you have cards I need, happy to consider a trade or will sell.
Doing well mate. I like to run my commons and parallels in one folder in year order and all of my inserts in the club folders released by Select. I always try for my best of favourite card to be centre of the page.