Got Em, Got Em, Need Em: A Fans Guide to Collecting the Top 100 Sports Cards of All Time
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I once thought there was something very personal, very solitary about a boy and his collection. Then I found others who coveted the cards and we discovered trading and flipping, and suddenly, we were part of a social sub-culture. When we grew up we bonded anew with the phenomena of card shows. Here we were, all grown, able to confess that yes, when we see a sports obituary, the bubble gum card on which the fellow appeared is what we think of first. Thank you, Jon and Stephen for recognizing that.
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Please try again later. Comparatively, for sports card collectors and hobbyists in general and for baseball card collectors in particular, there just aren't that many books available. When it does come to baseball card specific titles, Stephen Laroche's and Jon Waldman's "Got 'Em, Got 'Em, Need 'Em" has established itself as a welcome addition and now a classic pertaining to the hobby.
Immediately what stands out is the thought out, fun graphic design on both covers, the spine, but throughout the work as well. I find the font throughout the book to be on the middle - larger size which probably lends itself to being quite readable for a diverse range of ages perhaps like the marketing statement on Starting Lineup sports figurines applies, "Ages 4 to ". The book itself is organized by the following principal sections: If you're that curious, I guess you'll have to read the book. Like the great writings found in the literature of baseball and football, the meanderings of these authors was a pleasurable, educational addition from my perspective, though I can appreciate the desire for a more specialized card collecting book.
For most card collectors I am of the opinion this book more than deserves a spot on your personal library shelf. I hope something from the above notes are helpful for you in your decision, but more than that, happy collecting! This book has a lot of fun stuff and brought back a lot of cool memories from my collecting days. However, it is not well written and the list lacks what I believe to be some of the most influential cards in the history of collecting.
Book spends too much time talking about player's career's rather than about the card in question and its value.
I wasn't expecting a history lesson on the players but info about the card trading business. Besides are hockey cards really that valuable? I don't know anyone who has ever collected them. Finally, there are too many recent cards from the last 20 years to really believe they are all that valuable compared cards from 50 to 60 years ago. Laroche and Waldman are long-time card collectors and industry staffers, and as shall become evident, native Canadians.
Their book lays out superb reproduction images of over one hundred classic sports cards, and tells the stories of both the cards and the athletes they depict.