All these years later and I'm still trying to figure out just what makes parallel cards attractive to the collector. If you're talking about a Nestle parallel from '84- okay, I get it. But colored parallels? Sorry, but I just don't understand why I need eighteen colored parallels of the same player.
One thing I do get: photo variations. Y'all poo-poo them because they are short-printed and view them as a gimmick.
But I dig them. Can you diiiiiiiig it?
Working towards as much of a master set as I can, I have made it a habit to pick up as many of these beaut's as possible- whenever the price is right.
Some have been purchased as lots.
Others, as singles for very little.
You don't like them- and that's okay. You can send them my way.