2011 Timeless Treasures Football
Honoring the past and present, Panini's Timeless Treasures brand is making the leap to the gridiron. The high-end set includes five cards per single-tin box, three of which are numbered autograph and memorabilia cards. Old-time football fans may be excited about the inclusion of Jim Thorpe and others in cut signature materials cards. Another highlight are the Game Day Souvenirs game-used cards that specify the exact game the jersey came from. 2011 Timeless Treasures Football is scheduled for release on September 7.
Estimated Release Date: 9/7/11
Product Configuration: one pack per box, five cards per pack
Price Point: High-End Football Card
Target Audience: NFL Football Collectors, Vintage Football Fans, Autograph Collectors, Cut Signature Collectors, Hit Seekers
- One Autograph Card numbered to 499 or less
- Two more Autograph (/499 or less) or Memorabilia Cards numbered to 250 or less
- Five Total Cards
- 225-card set: 100 veterans, 25 legends, 100 rookies.
- Three autograph (/499 or less) and/or memorabilia cards (/250 or less) per tin. One autograph is guaranteed.
- Game Day Souvenirs state the exact game the card's photo and jersey swatch came from.
- MVP Materials and Rookie Year Materials use game-worn memorabilia mentioned on the card.
- Classic Cut Materials include both cut signature autographs and memorabilia pieces from such legends as Jim Thorpe, Red Grange and Earl "Dutch" Clark.
- Jim Thorpe memorabilia cards (/25 or less).
- NFL Rookie Signatures feature top first-year player signatures on white leather.
- Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders are honored on Hall of Fame Class of 2011 on-card autograph cards.
- NFL Shields with NFL logo patches (/5 or less).
- One-of-one NFL Shield Signatures include autographs and NFL logo patches.
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I maybe biased because of my tin of timeless treasures, but I pulled one of the monsters of the set. Tom Brady 1/1 Championship season prime material signatures #7. Also in the tin was a Cam Newton auto.. Pretty killer.