You'd think that when buying 100 cards all at once, you wouldn't buy any duplicates (unless on purpose). But sometimes you find one card at a good price early on, search a bunch of other stuff in between, and then find the next highest price card also at a good deal. And that's how you end up with two of the same card and a facepalm.
Luckily all the other cards here are distinct, but I'll start with the twins, which are both Deion Branch Playoff Tickets /99:
I grabbed a few other Branchs (Branches?) too. I especially liked this cool little Box Score card about his first ever touchdown:
And then this dual card from 2003 Pros and Prospects with fellow Patriot great Troy Brown:
Speaking of awesome Patriots cards, I picked up this awesome jersey #'d card of J.R. Redmond for my PC, 21/25:
Is there a better addition to cards ever than gold? I swear, put gold in a card's title and I am 250% more likely to purchase it. It's just always great.
The lowest serial #'d card I grabbed was this Mohamed Massaquoi - 5/5!
I grabbed two cards from Playoff Honors for my PC, one was the rarer X's version of Lamont Brightful:
Ditto on Shantee Orr - I grabbed a Scorecard parallel of his /100. It's real rainbow-y when the light reflects on it:
And ditto for Ben Gay, this one is #'d /750 right on the front:
I also grabbed a real low numbered Jarrett Brown card from Elite - always a great set, especially when die cut:
And a few Joique Bells - about dang time I got this collection started!
Speaking of rookie cards with teams that the guy isn't known for, here's Thad Lewis, who is pretty much always a Ram on his cards but was basically never a Ram:
The Bowman and the Finest just look amazing - Chiefs colors go good with almost anything. The Ravens Graded card is just cool because I love old higher end upper Deck, and it's great having some Holmes Ravens cards in my serial #'d collection too.