Upper Deck with another installment of Exquisite Football


By Susan Lulgjuraj | Contributing Editor

One of Upper Deck’s most well-known high-end products is coming back for another edition in football.

Exquisite is back for the 2011 season featuring five autographs in every box with new four new autograph subsets.

Like all of Upper Deck’s recent football products, all the players in the set are featured in their college uniforms, but those players include some today’s brightest prospects. The autograph checklist also includes 26 Heisman Trophy winners.

As one of the high-end products, Exquisite offers just a few cards, but the company makes up for that in quality with great looking patch cards and low-numbered autographs.

There are six cards in every box and three boxes in a case.

The new subsets in Exquisite include:
・ Signature Slots
・ Exquisite Twelve
・ Exquisite Masterpieces
・ Exquisite Dimensions

UD Black Rookie Cards and Exquisite Rookie Book Marks are back again.

For case breakers, Upper Deck is offering two autographs from some of football’s best players: Aaron Rodgers, Jerry Rice, Steve Young, Dan Marino, John Elway, Drew Brees, Jim Kelly, Gale Sayers, Cam Newton, Julio Jones, A.J. Green, Tony Dorsett, Andy Dalton, DeMarco Murray and Blaine Gabbert.

There is no release date or a preliminary checklist yet, but check back at Beckett.com as more information is released on this product.

Susan Lulgjuraj is a contributing editor for Beckett Media. You can email Susan here. Follow her on Twitter here.


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  1. Todd Gack 4 April, 2012 at 08:21

    I read that all the jersey’s of the rookies are only “player-worn” and not “game-used”. If this is true, it’s unacceptable. The marketplace has no presence for a $500 pack of with “player-worn” content.

  2. MJ 4 April, 2012 at 10:32

    These beautiful patches are from player worn jerseys not game used, right?
    While I can’t afford this stuff anyway, I think the way UD generates jerseys from photo shoots and events like that is a complete joke. They basically create this material to use for their cards and maybe other companies do it too but I’m just fed up with Upper Deck.
    I guess there is a place in the hobby for cards of players in college uniforms but we already have that in Press Pass and Sage and others. Plus, we’re on the verge of the 2012 draft and UD is still putting out 2011 cards. geezz

  3. steve-o 4 April, 2012 at 16:29

    arent half of these names on autograph list…….same ones involved in latest (and by now….the company formerly known as ‘Grab your ankles….and kiss your “money” goodbye’-may have a dozen more filed against them) lawsuit ?!?!?!?!?!

    if you ask nicely…..they might print up some 1990/91 high series french version hockey :-)

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