2013-14 Panini National Treasures Rookie Patch Autograph Guide

2013-14 Panini National Treasures Rookie Patch Autograph Guide

Towards the end of the basketball card season, some truly high-end rookie cards hit the market. Kicking that off, and likely leading the way, are the 2013-14 Panini National Treasures Basketball rookie cards. Ever since Panini landed the exclusive NBA license, the ultra high-end brand has produced some of the most impressive -- and expensive -- rookie cards of the year.

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Combining autographs and over-sized patch pieces, they definitely have one of the most elegant looks of the season. Rookie Patch Autographs are numbered to 99, making them tough to find over the long-term. Autographs are on-card, further adding to their prestige.

The cards also have a few parallels. Gold Press Proofs are numbered to 25 while Platinum cards have five copies each. Adding a different look are Horizontal Rookie Patch Autographs that flip the design on its side. Base versions of these are numbered to 10. There are also one-of-one Logoman and unsigned Printing Plate versions.

Top names in the set include Victor Oladipo, Trey Burke and Michael Carter-Williams. However, even lesser names command strong prices.

Of the 33 Rookie Patch Autographs, just one is a redemption, Alex Len.

Below is a gallery of the 2013-14 Panini National Treasures Basketball Rookie Patch Autographs. If you're looking for a certain card, clicking on the links or images will take you to eBay where you can shop and track prices.

2013-14 Panini National Treasures Basketball Rookie Patch Autographs Visual Checklist

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Ryan Cracknell

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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 Comments

  1. Ryan, I’ll tell you this much, it sure won’t be coming from 2014 Topps Finest Baseball. Has anyone seen those? They look awful!!

  2. WHY does Panini like to use head shots? I’m a Knicks fan & team collector and couldn’t wait to pick up the Hardaway Jr. RPA but the fact that I only see a pic of his face (pretty much) kills the entire card for me. I HATE when they only have face shots of a player on the card. Panini, you HAVE the NBA License, USE IT, puhlease…..!!

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