Posted on March 26, 2014 – 1:45 pm | Author: Susan Lulgjuraj
Beckett Updates, Football, News Categories | 2013 National Treasures Football, Panini America | Comments (12)
By Susan Lulgjuraj | Beckett Football Editor
One of the most popular football products on the schedule officially came out today.
National Treasures football has eight cards in each box with three autographs, three memorabilia and two base or parallels.
Read more: First look: 2013 National Treasures Football
Here’s a look at some of the hits that have been pulled in 2013 National Treasures. After checking out the images, hit the comments and let us know what you think.
Base cards and parallels
National Treasures Timeline
These horizontal cards feature full team names or player last names, cut out in intricate detail.
NFL Logo Shield Patches
Hall of Fame Jersey and Autographs
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way over priced for a bunch of no name autographs
I think for the money they should add some color each year instead of using the same bland white background. As much as I despise US, they do a good design job each year with the exquisite set. Panini should take a lesson from US design team. National Treasures is too bland, but contenders is a winner.
The biggest problem in my opinion is for that kind of money how in the world can you put 1 sticker on those cards?! The cards themselves are always real nice looking and the white backround really makes the patches and tags pop out, but that sticker sticks out sooo bad that it really takes away from the entire product.
Hall of Famers, current super stars, and top prospects (o.k., not as good as 2012). This year’s content is amazing.
Search for previous years of National Treasures Football boxes: 2012 – $680, 2011 – $580, 2010 – $540, 2009 – $550, 2008 – $540. Older boxes of National Treasures Football only had three autos. 2013 boxes have at least 4 autos and some really sick relics. At $450 per box, 2013 National Treasures Football gives you more for your money.
Too many stickers in this “high end” product.
Finally a base card that look pretty. But yes the price is a lil high.
Please stop allowing these players to send in those cheap lazy initial autos. Nothing worse than getting Kenny Stills auto of just KS in a $500 box. Didn’t his moma teach him how to sign his name.
They suck!!!! Why can’t they pack out cards that are in good condition? Almost every card I have seen has at least one bad corner. Is it company policy to ship expensive cards only if they are already damaged. Figure it out Panini.
They put all the best patches in the worthless subsets and not in the RPA cards. What were they thinking they?
football laces is sick
It’s actually pretty awesome you can pick up Zac Stacy’s only auto jersey cards really cheap right now. He has very limited cards and treasures has his only jersey cards. What most people haven’t figured out yet is Stacy had over 90605 yards in only 12 games where as Lacy had around 1300 and played the whole season. So when stacy plays the entire season next year he will be just as solid if not a better performer as Lacy. So buy he’s cards now while they are still reasonable because he doesn’t have the thousands of cards lacy had this year. So there is only upside to getting his best cards now.
Stacy had more than 900 yards is what I meant. Auto-fill is a pain as you can see from my previous post
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