Hey everyone, showing off one of my newest PC cards today! This one from mother Russia..
About a month ago, I stumbled upon this random Russian website selling KHL cards, and indicated they were selling their own boxed product (titled "2018 Spectrum KHL") that they had recently made. Now, I'm usually skeptical about these kinds of homemade releases, but hey, I thought I would check it out. After navigating the site for a little bit, I saw they released a checklist, and sure enough, I noticed they had Enroth sign a few cards for them in person for this little release.
From what little info I could gather, It seems they travel around to get as many IP autos for their sets and create these nice customs. Though the auto came out not so nice on this one (I've seen others where the auto came out very nice), I figured it would be a cheap buy to add something else to my PC.
I've also seen another Enroth/Rinne card #/5 from this "product", and the quality took a downslide (I've posted a picture of the card in question below) and that just wasn't my thing, so I won't be buying it.
So while I am very generous about what cards I decide gets added to my official Enroth PC master list (a lot of obscure cards that have somewhat of a large following, reach, print run, or some sign of legitimacy no matter how small), these specific cards won't make the cut this time.
That's okay though, as I have about 2 more cards incoming that, while obscure, will make up for it.
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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