Starting Lineup Heisman Collection set of 8 NIB

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 05,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Starting Lineup Heisman Collection set of 8 NIB

This auctions is for a Starting Lineup "Heisman Collection" NFL sports figurines. There are eight different boxes, one figurine in each box. These are really cool figs because they all come with a mini Heisman Trophy. This collection was released in 97. They are new in the package.

The players included are Tony Dorsett, Bo Jackson, Paul Hornung, Rashaan Salaam, Desmond Howard, Glenn Davis, Earl Campbell, and Archie Griffin

Rather than trying to rate how the box is, I've enclosed detailed pictures and you can see for yourself. That way you can look at the description, look at the pictures, and really get an idea of what you're bidding on.

The Griffin box is pretty good. It's got a small warp/bend on the bottom-right corner. The bottom-left isn't bent or warped but has a small impact on the edge causing some cardboard separation. Two-thirds of the way up on the left is a small crease, though it's weird because it doesn't look like anything else was actually bent. There are a couple of small abraisions on the edges. The Campbell has a small mark on the upper-right corner and a small bend on the lower-left including an impact abrasion. The lower left corner is bent and has some cardboar separation. Half way up on the left the cardboard is bent a bit. The Davis is pretty roughed-up, especially the upper part. The slop where it hangs is bent and creased in multiple spots and has some of the print missing. The right upper corner has two miniscule abrasions. The left has a triple bend with creases. The bottom right has a bend and an impact on the bottom causing cardboard separation. Bottom left has a small abrasion. Half way up the edge on the right is an abrasion causing cardboard separation and missing paint. Conversely, the Howard is in nearly flawless condition. There are a few tiny abrasions along the edges and the bottom-left corner has a small rub causing the cardboar to part. There's a small abrasion on the top center above the hanger. The Salaam is in good shape except the bottom corners and some plastic. The right has a small bend, the beginnings of a crease and an impact mark. The left has a corner curling up. There's a tiny impact/abrasion on the upper-right corner that you can see better from the back than the front. There is also some bent plastic on this one. It's on the upper left corner of the plastic. I've got a good picture enclosed for that. The Hornung has a corner bend/crease on the bottom-left. The upper-left corner has a large bend/crease that take up a three inch edge. Then there's another bend farther up on the same corner. Both have caused some paint scraping. The Jackson has some strange abrasions and rubs around the center hanger slot as well as some tearing/abrasions on the inside of the slot. There's some circular scratching around that slot as well. Upper-right corner has three small bends and the very corner has some paint abrasion. The bottom-left corner was hit hard, causing bends, abrasions, paint missing and cardboard separating. Right bottom-corner is bent and has some cardboard separation. In the middle along the bottom edge there are some impact marks. The Dorsett has good upper corners. The bottom left has a bend and then a second small bend and crease going the other way almost on the end of the corner. The bottom right has a very small bend and two scrape marks. The middle on the bottom edge has a impact mark.

Except for the Davis, these are in pretty good condition. It's always the bottom corners that took the brunt of being moved. Look at the pics, but feel free to ask me any specific questions if you have them. I try to take as many pics as I can, but with this many figs, you're limited when they're in one auction together.

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