Allen & Ginter, always a favorite series.
Fleer Tradition and Topps Heritage, are also favorites. I like the retro feel and thicker card stock.
Although, I already had a couple White Sox cards from this Leaf set, these are my first Cubs. I'm pretty sure that there are secret anti-gravity devices hidden at 2nd bases throughout MLB ballparks.
1996 Fleer, this is the first card I've ever touched from this set. This is an unusual finish for a trading cards, especially in an era of gloss and metal foil production. I like it, and have added the rest of the team to my want list.
1997 Fleer Ultra. I can't think of an Ultra set that I don't like!
A new to me Leaf set. Cool. Missing Cubs from this set are also now being pursued.
Topps Gallery, Whaaaaat?! This is a super recent set and I'd never heard of it. I love finding new sets that I did not know existed. These are nice.
Never even heard of Circa cards. These two cards from the 1997 set, look as though their fronts are backs. Way to shuffle the deck Circa!
Diamond Kings Lester Aurora insert card. I'm glad this guy is a Cub.
A few odds and ends. Topps Fire cards are weird. Apparently, Baez can make any lame design look uber cool. Fact.
I don't think I realized Stadium Club cards were still being produced. Lucky us! Lucky me!
2017 Topps Chrome. Yeah, I like Topps Chrome. It's a lot like Donruss Optics, which I also like.
My first Finest cards. They even have the protective coating still in place. Cool.