2015 Leaf Super Cut Signature Edition Details


2015 Leaf Super Cut Signature Edition doesn’t stick to just one sport. In fact, it doesn’t stick to just sports. Delivering a slabbed cut signature per box, the product covers a wide variety of celebrities and notable personalities including athletes, politicians, actors and more.

Each box comes with one cut signature. Everything in the product is designated as a one-of-one.

Leaf has done plenty of cut signature products in the past. What makes 2015 Leaf Super Cut Signature Edition different is the fact that each card is over-sized. They measure 3×5 to help ensure the full autograph is on display. Each card comes in a BGS slab.

Sports stars on the checklist include Babe Ruth, Muhammad Ali and Charles Barkley. Frank Sinatra, Ringo Starr, Jack Nicholson and Christopher Reeve are among the top entertainers. For those who collect autographs from politicians and historical figures, there’s Nelson Mandela, Elijah Muhammad and Barack Obama.

2015 Leaf Super Cut Signature Edition has a limited print run of 100 four-box cases. That translates to 400 total cards in the product.

2015 Leaf Super Cut Signature Edition at a glance:

Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 1
Release date: September, 2015

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Slabbed Cut Signature – 1


Ryan Cracknell

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  1. David Johnson 8 September, 2015 at 15:03

    I wonder what the MSRP will be on a box. Do you know if they are going to provide a complete checklist, as it would be nice to see the possibilities to determine whether to buy a box or not.

  2. Steve-Dood 9 September, 2015 at 00:35

    I would say……..”NO” on the checklist, because the ‘lower end’ auto’s would probably outweigh the ‘chase autos’ by leaps & bounds (just a ‘guess’).
    and as far as S.R.P., somewhere around $400-$600 *since it seems to be a ‘competition’ on box prices these days

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