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Monday, December 3, 2007

Weird Bowman Heritage Collation Issue

Two comments from my final Bowman Heritage box break post has raised an interesting question. Apparently even numbered cards are hard to find and odd numbered prospects cards are harder. I quickly went through my prospects cards and I have twice as many even numbers as odds. Is anyone else out there seeing anything like this or is it just three guys getting some weird collation?

I'll have my Bowman Heritage wrap up post up by tomorrow and I'll address the issue again there.

4 comments:

Jack Terrapin said...

Funny - I just Googled this subject to look into the issue and found this post from today. So I'm just the opposite - two hobby boxes down and I have ALL ODD numbered prospects and no evens. What's up?

SqueezePlayCards said...

This is the first I have heard of it but I did notice several searches for odd number Bowman Heritage to my blog yesterday.

Jeremy said...

I'm one of the guys from the below post....just a little more detail...Excluding the short prints, I am missing 47 cards from the base set and all except4 of those are even numbered cards. AS far as the rookie/prospect insert set, I've noticed that I have multiple duplicates of even numbered cards (3x and 4x in some cases) and I am missing a lot of odd numbered cards (opposite of the base set).

Rob said...

And I'm the other guy from the below post :) I catalogued my cards last night and found that I had it reversed in my post. I'm finding the same thing as Jeremy. In the base cards, I have 47 odd-numbered duplicates vs. 22 even-numbered duplicates. The prospects set is even worse, where I have 1 odd-numbered duplicate vs. 39 even-numbered duplicates.