2003 Fleer Authentix baseball cards feature an excellent design. I like the perforated section and the overall ticket theme of the card. It’s nice to see how the concept was incorporated into a baseball card. Fleer was known to have many excellent designs during its long tenure as a strong market competitor. I always appreciated the brand and consistently thought of them as category innovators. 2003 Fleer Authentix complements that tone exceptionally well.
This set has a lot going for it. Four unique parallels, none of which are 1/1s, make for a challenging but possible project for ambitious collectors. The 4-card run features subtle but noticeable differences from card to card. It’s not too flashy and not too dull. It’s a mix of quality and class. I can appreciate that. Something else I like is how easy it is to distinguish between the different parallels. The titles are stated right there on the card fronts. No need for squinting your eyes along the edges of card backs.
I completed this 4-card run between 2012 and 2014 and remember searching ardently for the Standing Room Only parallel. If you’re looking to build a 4-card run of a player in the set, here’s what to expect:
2003 is the sophomore year for the Authentix release. It came out during a time when Fleer had a lot of different installments. It was a complex era with lots of choices. However, if you collected during Fleer’s active years, you might enjoy this set. If you’re looking to dig into something unique, fun, and classy, try a box of 2003 Fleer Authentix.
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