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=Description=
 
=Description=
  
The 1990 Sportflics set has 250 standard-size cards. The card front features two color player photos which are interlaced. A plastic lenticular [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenticular_printing] lens covers the front of the card so that the one of the two photos can be seen depending on the viewing angle of the card. This gives an animation effect.  The player name and team name are in a brightly colored box (green, purple or blue) at the bottom of the card. The card backs are non-glossy with a large color photo, the player personal stats, 1989 playing stats and career highlights. The back has a color border matching the color of the name box on the front.
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The 1990 Sportflics set has 250 cards. The card front features two color player photos which are interlaced. A plastic lenticular [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenticular_printing] lens covers the front of the card so that the one of the two photos can be seen depending on the viewing angle of the card. This gives an animation effect.  The player name and team name are in a brightly colored box (green, purple or blue) at the bottom of the card. The card backs are non-glossy with a large color photo, the player personal stats, 1989 playing stats and career highlights. The back has a color border matching the color of the name box on the front.
  
 
After a five-year run, this would be the last Sportflics set until Pinnacle Brands revived the product in 1994.
 
After a five-year run, this would be the last Sportflics set until Pinnacle Brands revived the product in 1994.
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To commemorate the 11th Annual National Sports Collectors Convention taking place in their hometown of Arlington, Texas, Optigraphics (the parent company of Score and Sportflics) produced a special Sportflics card of Nolan Ryan.  The front of the card is lenticular and features a reprint of Ryan's 1990 Sportflics card.  The back is a reprint of Ryan's [[1990 Score]] card, with the logo of the NSCC.
 
To commemorate the 11th Annual National Sports Collectors Convention taking place in their hometown of Arlington, Texas, Optigraphics (the parent company of Score and Sportflics) produced a special Sportflics card of Nolan Ryan.  The front of the card is lenticular and features a reprint of Ryan's 1990 Sportflics card.  The back is a reprint of Ryan's [[1990 Score]] card, with the logo of the NSCC.
  
Only 600 copies of the card were produced with Optigraphics giving Mr. Ryan 100.  Approximately 300 cards were given out to those who took a tour of Optigraphics' facilities the week of The National with the remainder given to various charities in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.
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Only 600 copies of the card were produced with Optigraphics giving Mr. Ryan the first 100.  Approximately 300 cards were given out to those who took a tour of Optigraphics' facilities the week of The National with the remainder given to various charities in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.
  
 
At the NSCC itself, Score/Sportflics held a press conference where Mr. Ryan personally destroyed the press plates.
 
At the NSCC itself, Score/Sportflics held a press conference where Mr. Ryan personally destroyed the press plates.
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==Base Set==
 
==Base Set==
  
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Latest revision as of 19:18, 10 September 2019

Description

The 1990 Sportflics set has 250 cards. The card front features two color player photos which are interlaced. A plastic lenticular [1] lens covers the front of the card so that the one of the two photos can be seen depending on the viewing angle of the card. This gives an animation effect. The player name and team name are in a brightly colored box (green, purple or blue) at the bottom of the card. The card backs are non-glossy with a large color photo, the player personal stats, 1989 playing stats and career highlights. The back has a color border matching the color of the name box on the front.

After a five-year run, this would be the last Sportflics set until Pinnacle Brands revived the product in 1994.

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Base 250 - ? ?

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11th NSCC Nolan Ryan

To commemorate the 11th Annual National Sports Collectors Convention taking place in their hometown of Arlington, Texas, Optigraphics (the parent company of Score and Sportflics) produced a special Sportflics card of Nolan Ryan. The front of the card is lenticular and features a reprint of Ryan's 1990 Sportflics card. The back is a reprint of Ryan's 1990 Score card, with the logo of the NSCC.

Only 600 copies of the card were produced with Optigraphics giving Mr. Ryan the first 100. Approximately 300 cards were given out to those who took a tour of Optigraphics' facilities the week of The National with the remainder given to various charities in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.

At the NSCC itself, Score/Sportflics held a press conference where Mr. Ryan personally destroyed the press plates.

During the NSCC, this promo card was regularly selling for $1000 to $1500 with a sale of $3000 confirmed by the Chicago Sun-Times.

Base Set

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  • 1 Kevin Mitchell
  • 2 Wade Boggs
  • 3 Cory Snyder
  • 4 Paul O'Neill
  • 5 Will Clark
  • 6 Tony Fernandez
  • 7 Ken Griffey, Jr.
  • 8 Nolan Ryan
  • 9 Rafael Palmeiro
  • 10 Jesse Barfield
  • 11 Kirby Puckett
  • 12 Steve Sax
  • 13 Fred McGriff
  • 14 Gregg Jefferies
  • 15 Mark Grace
  • 16 Ozzie Smith
  • 17 George Bell
  • 18 Robin Yount
  • 19 Glenn Davis
  • 20 Jeffrey Leonard
  • 21 Chili Davis
  • 22 Craig Biggio
  • 23 Jose Canseco
  • 24 Derek Lilliquist
  • 25 Chris Bosio
  • 26 Dave Stieb
  • 27 Bobby Thigpen
  • 28 Jack Clark
  • 29 Kevin Ritz
  • 30 Tom Gordon
  • 31 Bryan Harvey
  • 32 Jim Deshaies
  • 33 Terry Steinbach
  • 34 Tom Glavine
  • 35 Bob Welch
  • 36 Charlie Hayes
  • 37 Jeff Reardon
  • 38 Joe Orsulak
  • 39 Scott Garrelts
  • 40 Bob Boone
  • 41 Scott Bankhead
  • 42 Tom Henke
  • 43 Greg Briley
  • 44 Teddy Higuera
  • 45 Pat Borders
  • 46 Kevin Seitzer
  • 47 Bruce Hurst
  • 48 Ozzie Guillen
  • 49 Wally Joyner
  • 50 Mike Greenwell
  • 51 Gary Gaetti
  • 52 Gary Sheffield
  • 53 Dennis Martinez
  • 54 Ryne Sandberg
  • 55 Mike Scott
  • 56 Todd Benzinger
  • 57 Kelly Gruber
  • 58 Jose Lind
  • 59 Allan Anderson
  • 60 Robby Thompson
  • 61 John Smoltz
  • 62 Mark Davis
  • 63 Tom Herr
  • 64 Randy Johnson
  • 65 Lonnie Smith
  • 66 Pedro Guerrero
  • 67 Jerome Walton
  • 68 Ramon Martinez
  • 69 Tim Raines
  • 70 Matt Williams
  • 71 Joe Oliver
  • 72 Nick Esasky
  • 73 Kevin Brown
  • 74 Walt Weiss
  • 75 Roger McDowell
  • 76 Jose DeLeon
  • 77 Brian Downing
  • 78 Jay Howell
  • 79 Jose Uribe
  • 80 Ellis Burks
  • 81 Sammy Sosa
  • 82 Johnny Ray
  • 83 Danny Darwin
  • 84 Carney Lansford
  • 85 Jose Oquendo
  • 86 John Cerutti
  • 87 Dave Winfield
  • 88 Dave Righetti
  • 89 Danny Jackson
  • 90 Andy Benes
  • 91 Tom Browning
  • 92 Pete O'Brien
  • 93 Roberto Alomar
  • 94 Bret Saberhagen
  • 95 Phil Bradley
  • 96 Doug Jones
  • 97 Eric Davis
  • 98 Tony Gwynn
  • 99 Jim Abbott
  • 100 Cal Ripken, Jr.
  • 101 Andy Van Slyke
  • 102 Dan Plesac
  • 103 Lou Whitaker
  • 104 Steve Bedrosian
  • 105 Dave Gallagher
  • 106 Keith Hernandez
  • 107 Duane Ward
  • 108 Andre Dawson
  • 109 Howard Johnson
  • 110 Mark Langston
  • 111 Jerry Browne
  • 112 Alvin Davis
  • 113 Sid Fernandez
  • 114 Mike Devereaux
  • 115 Benito Santiago
  • 116 Bip Roberts
  • 117 Craig Worthington
  • 118 Kevin Elster
  • 119 Harold Reynolds
  • 120 Joe Carter
  • 121 Brian Harper
  • 122 Frank Viola
  • 123 Jeff Ballard
  • 124 John Kruk
  • 125 Harold Baines
  • 126 Tom Candiotti
  • 127 Kevin McReynolds
  • 128 Mookie Wilson
  • 129 Danny Tartabull
  • 130 Craig Lefferts
  • 131 Jose DeJesus
  • 132 John Orton
  • 133 Curt Schilling
  • 134 Marquis Grissom
  • 135 Greg Vaughn
  • 136 Brett Butler
  • 137 Rob Deer
  • 138 John Franco
  • 139 Keith Moreland
  • 140 Dave Smith
  • 141 Mark McGwire
  • 142 Vince Coleman
  • 143 Barry Bonds
  • 144 Mike Henneman
  • 145 Dwight Gooden
  • 146 Darryl Strawberry
  • 147 Von Hayes
  • 148 Andres Galarraga
  • 149 Roger Clemens
  • 150 Don Mattingly
  • 151 Joe Magrane
  • 152 Dwight Smith
  • 153 Ricky Jordan
  • 154 Alan Trammell
  • 155 Brook Jacoby
  • 156 Lenny Dykstra
  • 157 Mike LaValliere
  • 158 Julio Franco
  • 159 Joey Belle
  • 160 Barry Larkin
  • 161 Rick Reuschel
  • 162 Nelson Santovenia
  • 163 Mike Scioscia
  • 164 Damon Berryhill
  • 165 Todd Worrell
  • 166 Jim Eisenreich
  • 167 Ivan Calderon
  • 168 Mauro Gozzo
  • 169 Kirk McCaskill
  • 170 Dennis Eckersley
  • 171 Mickey Tettleton
  • 172 Chuck Finley
  • 173 Dave Magadan
  • 174 Terry Pendleton
  • 175 Willie Randolph
  • 176 Jeff Huson
  • 177 Todd Zeile
  • 178 Steve Olin
  • 179 Eric Anthony
  • 180 Scott Coolbaugh
  • 181 Rick Sutcliffe
  • 182 Tim Wallach
  • 183 Paul Molitor
  • 184 Roberto Kelly
  • 185 Mike Moore
  • 186 Junior Felix
  • 187 Mike Schooler
  • 188 Ruben Sierra
  • 189 Dale Murphy
  • 190 Dan Gladden
  • 191 John Smiley
  • 192 Jeff Russell
  • 193 Bert Blyleven
  • 194 Dave Stewart
  • 195 Bobby Bonilla
  • 196 Mitch Williams
  • 197 Orel Hershiser
  • 198 Kevin Bass
  • 199 Tim Burke
  • 200 Bo Jackson
  • 201 David Cone
  • 202 Gary Pettis
  • 203 Kent Hrbek
  • 204 Carlton Fisk
  • 205 Bob Geren
  • 206 Bill Spiers
  • 207 Oddibe McDowell
  • 208 Rickey Henderson
  • 209 Ken Caminiti
  • 210 Devon White
  • 211 Greg Maddux
  • 212 Ed Whitson
  • 213 Carlos Martinez
  • 214 George Brett
  • 215 Gregg Olson
  • 216 Kenny Rogers
  • 217 Dwight Evans
  • 218 Pat Tabler
  • 219 Jeff Treadway
  • 220 Scott Fletcher
  • 221 Deion Sanders
  • 222 Robin Ventura
  • 223 Chip Hale
  • 224 Tommy Greene
  • 225 Dean Palmer