Box Busters: 2012 James Bond 50th Anniversary

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Join Beckett Media’s Bryan Hornbeck and Chris Olds as they rip into a box of 2012 James Bond 50th Anniversary cards from Rittenhouse in this latest edition of Box Busters.

What will they find inside? Watch and find out …

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  1. Kurry Ferguson
    Posted May 15, 2012 at 12:20 am | Permalink

    This is not really for the break but the company.
    I’m just not sold on Rittenhouse quite yet.
    I LOVE their sets but their incentive programs
    are kinda crazy.
    Please tell me how many collectors can afford to buy 3+ and/or 6+
    cases of one product to obtain 2 cards that are VERY* limited in box releases.
    I do commend you on keeping autos and sp’s to a minimum but what reason
    do I have for buying a pack and/or box at bloated prices knowing that the
    chances of getting a BIG HIT are extremely small?
    I can wait 6 months after the product is released buy a complete set of base cards and
    most inserts for $10 on Ebay.

    *I emailed Rittenhouse CSR after seeing the checklist online to inquire about the availability of the Peter Dinklage and Sean Bean cards from Game of Thrones and the Neil Grayston and Colin Ferguson (my surname name btw) from the Eureka set.
    I did receive a very prompt reply that all the aformentioned cards would be, (VERY) in bold letters and all caps limited in boxes. SO 1 in 100,000 or 1 in 1,000,000???????????????

  2. Mike Large
    Posted May 15, 2012 at 5:04 am | Permalink

    Nice pulls on the Peters and St. John. Giveway? :)

  3. Richard
    Posted May 15, 2012 at 1:56 pm | Permalink

    From RittenHouse:
    Q: What does “Limited” and “Very Limited” mean in regards to autograph card quantities?
    A: Normal = 500 and up
    Limited = 300-500 range
    Very Limited = 200 – 300
    Extremely Limited = 200 or less

    Just assume that a basic auto has a product of 1000 and treat each level at their worst
    Add up all of the autos/ divide by number per box, and you will have a rough idea of how
    many boxes it will take to get your desired auto.

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