Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Fleer Pro-Vision through the years (1991 - 1995)

I've been a huge fan of the Fleer Pro-Vision cards ever since I spotted the their black edge against the bright yellow in the 1991 Fleer packs.

I got some help recently with the 1992 Pro-Vision cards and so I set out to finish off the run and picked up the 1994 set.

Here is look at all of the Fleer baseball Pro-Vision cards.

1991 - The black border cards were inserts in the regular set and the white borders were inserted into factory sets.



1992 - The only year it was a subset and not an inter set.


1993


1994 - All of the cards fit together.


1995 - The final set also fit together.


I wonder why Fleer stopped producing the Pro-Vision insert. What are your thoughts as to why the popular insert?

I don't actively collect basketball or football cards at this point, but I want to collect all of the Pro-Vision cards. I have several of the various sets already, and once I complete each run I'll post on here as well.

9 comments:

  1. I love this set also. I prefer the cards which don't fit together, because they seem less busy.
    I think they were so popular because of their uniqueness. Everyone knows about the green monster, but finally we see one behind Mike Greenwell on a baseball card. We all know Bo Jackson wasn't human and now we have a card depicting him as part machine. Just great stuff all around!

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  2. Thanks for putting these all together. I didn't know some of them fit together. 1994 and 1995 were my favorite. There some good basketball issues of these too.

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  3. I somehow have very few of these. The insanity of the 94 set is fantastic. I wish more sets were designed for how they'll look in a 9-pocket page.

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  4. These are great cards. The art was unique and really good. Like you I wish there were more of these.

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  5. The Mike Greenwell is one of my all-time favorite cards ever.

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  6. I really enjoyed pulling Pro Vision cards out of packs back in the day... although I don't remember seeing the 1993 or 1995 sets before. That Cecil Fielder is awesome.

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  7. Seriously cool cards. I have most of the earlier years, but am still on the hunt for some of the 93s and all of 94-95

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  8. It is pretty cool to see all the Pro Vision sets completed. Awesome project! Like yourself, I always liked pulling a Pro Vision card from a pack. Now I puck them up if I see them in boxes of cards at flea markets or card shows.

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