First look: 2013 Upper Deck Quantum Football

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By Susan Lulgjuraj | Beckett Football Editor

Another high-end football product is coming from Upper Deck.

The card company is debuting 2013 Upper Deck Quantum in late December.

Quantum will feature one pack of five cards, four of which will be hits.

Each box will contain three autographs and one memorabilia card. Collectors will find either a Rookie Signature Patch Card (numbered to 150 or fewer) or one Legendary Signature Patch Card (numbered to 30 or fewer) along with other hits in each pack.

The Signature Patch Cards contain on oversized patch from a game-worn jersey encased in an acetate-like protectant with an on-card autograph on the plastic.

Other autograph highlights include All-Time Great Letterman Autographs where each card will spell out the last name. These cards will be numbered to just five copies of each letter; UD will include huge booklet cards with up to nine autographs and dual-signed booklet cards numbered to 75 of fewer.

There is no card in this product numbered higher than 265 copies.

In addition, Upper Deck is adding Museum Collection exchange cards redeemable for a card containing a piece of college football history such as championship rings, classic bowl ticket stubs, stadium seats and more.

Susan Lulgjuraj is an editor at Beckett Media. You can email her here with questions, comments or ideas. Follow her on Twitter here. Follow Beckett Media on Facebook and Twitter.





  1. Michael
    Posted September 5, 2013 at 3:14 pm | Permalink

    This product looks awesome! Of course I am very biased as I prefer college football being a Texas Longhorn fan. Can’t wait to see what former Longhorns will be in this product.

  2. Jason
    Posted September 11, 2013 at 7:23 pm | Permalink

    For $75/hit (and $60/card) there better not be ANY single-colored memorabilia cards in this. Otherwise it’s going to be just like National Treasures — a few really good card and a whole lot of $5-10 junk.

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