I missed the boat on last year's Spectrum FX Gold cards, so this year I decided to snag one for my Marc-Andre Fleury collection. These Spectrum FX Gold UD Bounty rewards cards are stunning to look at, and UD did another great job on this bounty set.
For those who aren't aware, these Gold Spectrum FX cards were earned if you collected & submitted all the scratch-off codes that were on the back of these Spectrum FX cards. If you were one of the first 50 collectors to submit the complete set of codes in time, you received a complete set of Gold Spectrum FX cards numbered to 50 (Along with a Silver & Gold Petterson). The serial number on your card is given by which set you redeemed. For example, if you were the very 1st collector to redeem your Spectrum FX set, all of your shiny new Gold Spectrum FX cards in this reward set would all be numbered #1/50.
Who knows how many of these cards will be availible, as I've heard a few of the people who will be receiving their rewards set will be keeping them for their collections instead of splitting the complete set up. I'm just glad I was able to add this one to my collection this week.
And yes, for those readers wondering, other than the Jhonas Enroth collection, I do PC a few other goalies I've always liked to watch. To view some of the highlights of my Fleury collection, you can click Here to view my Flickr album. There will be a time (hopefully sooner rather than later) where I aim for this website to become a hub for viewing my entire card collection. The main purpose of this site was to showcase my Jhonas Enroth collection, and it will not deviate from that, but it would be nice for incoming collectors to have a chance to view my entire collection in one place, ideally. As an added bonus, uploading card scans on here instead of Flickr will allow this site to become my very own image hosting site, instead of using other avenues to organize my card scans and post photos to hobby forums, etc.
Have a great rest of the week, everyone! Happy Collecting!
Author - Aaron
I've been collecting Hockey cards since the late 90's. Mainly the goalies since 2005. I also Co-Host a Hockey Card Podcast.
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