Looking at this page raises a question that I don't have any idea about since I am inexperienced in the card collecting hobby. Has anyone made a set that was constructed to visually make sense in a binder? Like I look at this page and see the great legends: Aaron, Bench, Brett, Gibson, Nix. Does anyone know of a set where every nine cards are sensibly grouped?
I have seen insert sets of 9 cards that form a puzzle when placed in a plastic sheet, but I have not yet seen a set that was designed to fit in a binder. Topps American Heritage would be a good set for this since they have groups of 10 cards with the same Topps design. Make it nine and you have a nice looking binder. As for this page, Topps grouped the subsets together so you're seeing Laynce Nix, prospect, next to Hank Aaron, legend. Of all the completed sheets in this binder this was the nicest so I went with it, Nix and all...
oh i leave completed pages. they make me so happy.
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