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SCF Baseball - 1997 House of Pinnacle cards FT -- Rare!
6/15/2013 12:13:54 AM
These cards were used to build the House of Pinnacle. This was a very attractive and remarkable display and was housed in a sealed glass display
for the entire week of the All-Star Fanfest festivities.
These cards are in the form of regular playing cards with rounded corners. The front contains a photo of an All-Star player and the back contains the Pinnacle logo.These cards are somewhat delicate and does flake
At the end of the Fanfest festivities, the Philly Fanatic entered the display and had the honors of leaping onto the House of Pinnale card display and down went the House of Pinnacle. The cards were then gathered and destroyedon site. Thus, these cards were not supposed to be in circulation. Thus, the scarcity of these cards. Some may be one of one.
However, I do have the following House of Pinnacle cards:
(1) Chuck Knoblauch = $35.00
(2) Andruw Jones = $35.00
(3) Chipper Jones = $75.00
(5) Ivan Rodriguez = $75.00
(7) Tony Gwynn = $100.00.
(9) Mike Piazza = $100.00
(10) Alex Rodriguez = $125.00
(11) Frank Thomas = $125.00
(12) Ken Griffey Jr = $175.00
These trade values have been reduced to make quick trades. Again, most are one of a kind.
Looking for higher end cards (inserts and GU) cards of Albert Pujols and Derek Jeter. Other trades considered. Lets trade. Fremont