2012 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Edition Baseball Cards

2012 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Edition Baseball Cards

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2012 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Edition uses a massive checklist to give collectors a value-driven release. Every box comes with a cut signature autograph. Like other Leaf cut signature products, all cards come encapsulated in a BGS holder.

Although not every card is a high-end hit, 2012 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Edition gives collectors the chance of finding autographs from all-time greats like Babe Ruth, Cy Young, Lou Gehrig and Roberto Clemente. The release also has lots of other Hall of Famers, All-Stars and award winners. With such a large checklist (Leaf is promising the biggest ever for a cut signature release), not all autographs are from deceased players.

Product Configuration: 1 card per box
Price Point: Mid-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Baseball Card Collectors, Autograph Collectors, Cut Signature Collectors

2012 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Edition Box Break

  • 1 Encapsulated Cut Signature Card
  • 1 Total Card
2012 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Edition Baseball Cards 1


Ryan Cracknell  |  E-Mail Author
Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

User Reviews

  1. The checklist is extensive due to the fact that almost all of the cuts are from living players. I feel cuts should be exclusive to deceased players. The only thing preventing this product from getting 1 star is the fact that the price is very reasonable.

  2. This product is a joke. Who wants a signature of a player that is from a check? They are extremely plain and are only worth the gamble of getting someone big which is the only reason I bought them.

  3. At first thought junk, all no names, until I got hinky Haines from the 1923 Yankees. Was also a nfl player from the giants. won championships in both sports. Awesome bio on him. Has to be a rare, low #d hit

  4. I agree the price was reasonable. Along with any product you need some luck on pulling anything worthwhile. I usually buy a few boxes and rate it from there. Well I purchased a total of 4 packs/boxes. This is what I pulled…

    First one when it first came out was a George Foster. Not bad. Waited a week for a sale. Bought 3. Second pull was a Hank Aaron. I was a little happy with that one until I saw how many there were on eBay. Third pull was Bruce Kison and the best one of all my pulls was saved for last. One in which I haven’t seen on eBay. My best pull in this product was Ted Williams. Based on my pulls i had considered buying a case. But after watching a case break on Youtube I had a change of heart.

  5. As much as I enjoyed getting a good player auto for $30, next could be a huge let down auto for $30. There are some great auto cuts out there, but with no other cards, you get one and that is it! I bought 2 boxes, got a 1960s minor star and a 1970s little know player. I could have done better spending $60 elsewhere. But I could be saying this is the greatest product if I would have pulled a Mantle cut…so it is a toss up at a 3 rating.

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