In this episode, watch Kurt Bensch open a box of 1991 Donruss Series 1 Baseball in search of an elusive Donruss Elite insert. 1991 Donruss features colorful borders with varying patterns that are akin to something from the set of the early '90's teen sitcom, Saved by the Bell. 1991 was the first year that Donruss introduced an almost impossible to pull insert set known as Donruss Elite. These elusive cards had print runs not exceeding 10,000. The difficulty of pulling an Elite speaks of the massive production volume of 1991 Donruss Baseball. With attractive player photos and the traditional Diamond Kings that graces the introduction to the set, 1991 Donruss is a continuation of the classic brand. If you're in the market for a taste of nostalgia for a time when collecting was simple, try a box 1991 Donruss Series 1 Baseball.
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