All up, there were ten Harman cards in the shipment, and they range from the downright crappy, to some really nice cards. Some of these cards like the Bowman Chrome WBC cards are just downright nasty - boring player shot, unimaginative design - if it weren't for the fact the cards featured an Aussie MLB player, I wouldn't go anywhere near them.
|Brad Harman 2008 Bowman Chrome Prospects X-fractors BCP99 #d/275|
|Brad Harman 2008 Bowman Prospects BP99|
|Brad Harman 2008 Bowman Chrome 196|
|Brad Harman 2008 Bowman Prospects Gold BP99|
|Brad Harman 2009 Bowman Chrome WBC Prospects BCW60|
|Brad Harman 2009 Bowman Chrome WBC Prospects Blue Refractors BCW60|
|Brad Harman 2009 Topps Chrome World Baseball Classic W50|
In contrast, the SP Authentic, the SPx Authentic WBC and Sweet Spot cards are all classy looking cards. The Brad Harman Card of the Buy™ though ends up going to the 2008 Sweet Spot card. It's a nice colourful photo, embossed, serial numbered and autographed rookie card - it ticks all the right boxes. The fact that it's the last numbered card of the serial run just puts the icing on the cake.
|Brad Harman 2006 SPx WBC All-World Team AWT-2|
|Brad Harman 2008 SP Authentic 163 #d/999|
|Brad Harman 2008 Sweet Spot 105 #d/699|