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2003 Flair Baseball Cards & Checklist

   

2003 Flair Card 2 Derek Jeter

  • CIRCA - 2003
  • MANUFACTURER - Flair - Fleer
  • COMPLETE SET - 125 Cards
  • CARD SIZE -   2 1/2" x 3 1/2"

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Key Cards:

  • 2 - Derek Jeter
  • 14 - Barry Bonds
  • 24 - Roger Clemens

 

 

 

NOTES:

The 2003 Flair baseball card set consist of 125 standard size cards (2 1/2" x 3 1/2"). The base set consist of 90 cards 1-90 feature veterans, cards numbered 91-125 feature rookies. The cards 91 through 125 were issued to a stated print run of /500 serial numbered sets. 10 update cards 126-135 were randomly seeded into packs of Fleer Rookies and Greats of which was distributed in December, 2003. Each of these update cards featured a top prospect and was serial numbered to /500 copies.

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Glossary:

Back of 2003 Flair Card 2 Derek Jeter

Back of 2003 Flair Card 2 Derek Jeter

  • COR - Corrected
  • ERR - Error
  • FF -  Future Fame
  • RC -  Rookie Card 
  • UER - Un-corrected Error
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