17-18 BC By Cards KHL Masks Autographs
Hey everyone! Another day, another update for the Jhonas Enroth card collection. A few days ago I added this cool autographed card to the collection, one that I didn't even know was out there until recently I was lucky to have snagged this with the help of someone across the pond in Belarus.
A few weeks ago, I was trying to find out some information on a team issued card I was looking for, and while I did eventually find the info I needed, another collector stepped up and showed me this card they had, who also said it was produced in Belarus by a company, but didn't know much more than that regarding print run, etc, etc.
Now, it already looked familiar to me as I have already picked up the regular masked card awhile back, but this 'version' had a different photo with a autograph so it intrigued me a lot, as I had not seen or heard of the autographed version before that day. I had no idea it existed.
The card in question was this 17-18 BC By Cards KHL Masks Autograph of Jhonas Enroth. The original text of this set is odd because it's not written in English, but instead in Russian, so BC By Cards is what the collectors over there refer to it when typing it out, translated to English.
I have seen these KHL Masks set from BC BY Cards continued for a few years now, and when Enroth signed in KHL with HC Dinamo Minsk, I was excited to start picking up cards like these. I have seen multiples of these cards up sale online on the secondary market from Latvia, Belarus, and Russia. This unique set has always have a good 'reach' and are very collectible over there.
17-18 BC By Cards KHL Masks card (Front & Back)
I was really glad to pickup the autograph version from this obscure set. I really like how the cards look and fit nicely in my collection.
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