Friday, March 16, 2018

Chris Tierney collection 1.0

So........Why is a die hard NY Rangers fan (and a silent San Jose Sharks fan too) collecting sharks player Chris Tierney? I have no frickin clue in the world as to why but I like the guy and how he plays........that and the fact that he's playing better than most of the players on the NY Rangers team who are sitting in the basement at this moment (sad face). But let us not dwell on the sorrows of seeing the Rangers in the basement and instead celebrate a new PC adventure (PC-Personal Collection. Not Personal Computer or Poppy Cock or politically correct (god knows there's too much of that) or Personal Coach). What I will share with you is what I have obtained so far in my quest to collecting what I like to call..................... THE ALMIGHTY Chris Tierney Collection 1.0.

THE FIRST SLAP SHOT IS:

















2014-15 Upper Deck SP Game Used Chris Tierney Inked Rookie Sweaters patch piece #21/49. This is a simple patch piece and I'm glad that Upper Deck didn't just use a plain swatch piece in the same way that Topps does for their limited numbers sometimes.

THE SECOND SLAP SHOT IS:

















2014-15 UD The Cup Rookie Masterpiece rookie auto printing plate #1/1. My first ever THE CUP 1/1.

THE THIRD SLAP SHOT IS:

















2014-15 UD Exquisite Collection Rookie auto patch #12/50. This has a very solid patch piece with 3 good colors and a little thread fraying. The patch piece itself looks like it may be from the armband on the sleeve. This is also my first Exquisite hockey rookie auto.

THE FOURTH SLAP SHOT IS:

















2014-15 UD SP Authentic Future Watch rookie auto patch #6/100. Again, UD used a nice 4 color patch piece for this limited series run.


more to come.................

1 comment:

Fuji said...

That's quite a collection you've got going for ya. I'm embarrassed to say that I think I only have one memorabilia card of the guy. I've been really slacking off in regards to my Sharks PC. Might need to head over to COMC and pick up his autograph.