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Alright. So I saw this on the bay...
And then looked to see what I had. Can anyone tell me which is which....

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Bottom middle card. The one with the football looking cutout.
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Because I have this one is the PC marked as this one.
2007 Leaf Certified Materials Fabric of the Game Prime #120 Jerry Rice

Thanks Smile
I think the football one is the "FOTG NFL Die Cut"....I see 4 different versions of this card....Jersey Number, NFL Die Cut, Position, and Prime. Better make that 5 versions.....a Team Logo also.....need the print runs to help sort it all out?
The one you have already should be the Team Logo one (SF's logo is basically just the oval shape). The mutlicolor is the Prime version.
Base - square jersey window
Jersey Number - Die Cut window to the jersey number the player wears
NFL Die Cut - thej ersey window is the letters NFL are die cut into the entire right side of the card
Position - Die Cut window to the 1-2 letters representing the position the player plays
Prime - Square jersey window with premium swatch
Team Logo - die cut window to the shape of the team's logo... for the steelers, browns, packers, and niners... this is merely a circle or oval
(06-22-2011 08:58 AM)sconnienation3 Wrote: [ -> ]The one you have already should be the Team Logo one (SF's logo is basically just the oval shape). The mutlicolor is the Prime version.

See the new ones are better at determining which is which Smile

Thanks guys.
(06-22-2011 03:10 AM)hodee5 Wrote: [ -> ]I think the football one is the "FOTG NFL Die Cut"....I see 4 different versions of this card....Jersey Number, NFL Die Cut, Position, and Prime. Better make that 5 versions.....a Team Logo also.....need the print runs to help sort it all out?

Both of the cards in the pics are /25.

I just wasn't sure which one the one I had was.
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