Thursday, December 28, 2017

5 more Cole Cutch cards I forgot about

Yesterday when I was scanning in the Cole Cutch cards I forgot to crop 5 of them from my file.

Here are the rest of them.

Up first is this 2015 National Treasures All-star dual relic numbered 22/25.  I have been building up my 22/xx collection of Cutch cards more aggressively over the past year.

Next up a pair of 2016 Triple Threads.  Yesterday I showed the 1/1 Ruby.  Here are the base (/36) and silver (/27).  I am still looking for the Emerald (/18), Gold (/9), and Sapphire (/3).
The Harrison white swatch on the base actually has a bit of white stitching likely from a Jolly Roger sleeve patch.

And to finish things off are a pair of Museum Primary Pieces.
 The card above has a sleeve patch worn by the Pirates in 2014 for Gerrit Cole's swatch.  It is the tribute to Ralph Kiner after his passing earlier that season.  The Polanco piece appears to be from a throwback jersey.
There are a lot of cool things going on with this card besides just the aesthetic looking patches.  First up is Cole's camo jersey swatch.  The Polanco is a Jolly Roger sleeve patch worn on a black alternate jersey.  The Marte swatch is actually part of a nameplate (likely the "E").


  1. It has been a long time since I've added one of those Museum quads. Every time I think I'm going to win one on eBay it shoots up $10 bucks in the last few seconds. They seem to hold their value better than most relics.

  2. Sweet patches. Nice piece of red on that Polanco patch.