I recently purchased this card from checkoutmycards.com. I'd see the site mentioned by other bloggers so I thought I'd give it a try. They seem to have a pretty good selection of cards and the prices were reasonable.So what is this card? It contains a manufactured patch with Geoff Jenkins' autograph. The idea here is that there are 32 cards which all together spell our Geoff Jenkins Philadelphia Phillies. This card is numbered 6/50. Different letters must have different counts. Beckett says there are 1,200 of these and 50x32 is 1,600.
I know that some don't like these manufactured patch cards but I think they are kind of cool. And it does have an on-card signature although since it is signed on the fabric, the signature is hard to read. This is a good example of a card I would probably never own if not for eBay or checkoutmycards.com. According to Beckett the overall autograph odds for hobby boxes are 1:8. But I'm never going to buy a hobby box of a set like this. I don't like the base cards much. Plus there are a number of different autograph cards in the set. So even if I bought a box (and presumably got an autograph card), the odds of getting one of these are pretty high. And the odds of getting a Geoff Jenkins card must be astronomical.
The only physical objection I have to the card is it's thickness. It is much thicker than it needs to be which will make it difficult, it not impossible to get into an album page.