Even if you dont have a local shop or shows, there are plenty of places online to find just about any of the cards youre looking for.
Thats the key here as well.
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You might have tried to Find the Reggie in 1990 Upper Deck Baseball, but back then autographs were definitely the exception compared to now.
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We can choose to resent these products or we can focus on the things that we enjoy.
When you see a long list of products on the horizon, you dont need to get them all.
Depending on when you last collected, navigating this new world can be fun, exciting, disheartening, scary and a little bit overwhelming.