Hand-painted collectible baseball card
In 1975, Fleer (makers of Dubble Bubble, based in Philly) sued Topps for monopolization over the baseball card market. After a lengthy battle, Fleer finally won the case in 1980… same year the Phillies won their 1st World Series.
In 1981, Fleer and Donruss entered the market, and cards were retailed in wax packs with sticks of gum. Topps counter-sued and won exclusive rights for bubble gum, making 1981 the only year Fleer (and Donruss) baseball cards were packed with gum.
I've mashed-up Fleer's crown-shaped logo with the Phillies to honor the World Series Champions. Each card purchase come with a matching adjustable size snap-back trucker cap.
My God that hat is glorious. https://t.co/DVACK4AekT— Ｃｈｒｉｓ Ｈａｒｒｉｓ (@stalegum) September 4, 2020
About my collector cards
After purchasing some old wax packs to study the size and texture of gum sticks, I developed my own paint techniques in order to replicate it. Now, I hand-paint bubble gum directly onto vintage baseball cards to create small collectibles.
Here's what you'll receive with this order
- My original hand-painted gum onto a baseball card.
- Each collector card is paint-marked with it's edition number.
- These art cards are protected inside an Ultra Pro One Touch magnetic card holder... customized with my matching Rosen signature label.
- I do not sign these cards by request. However, your package will include bonus items, personally autographed by me.
You may reference my growing checklist of collector-owned cards.