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2013 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects Series 1 Baseball Cards

2013 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects Series 1 Baseball Cards

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2013 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects Series 1 combines up-and-coming stars, autographs and technology. Every pack includes one autograph, six total per box. But what's unique about Onyx's sophomore card release is the inclusion of a QR code on the back of the card that unlocks even more content.

Licensed by the MLBPA, all 2013 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects Series 1 autographs are numbered. The checklist includes 2012 first round picks Kyle Zimmer and Lewis Brinson. Rare cards come signed with personal inscriptions and college notations. The set also has a handful of autographed memorabilia cards featured game-used gear. All are signed on-card.

Besides the traditional vital stats and notes, card backs also come with a small QR code. These are small boxes you can scan with a smartphone or other device. Once scanned, collectors unlock additional online player content and Onyx Authenticated info.

2013 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects Series 1 also has randomly inserted cut signature cards.

Product Configuration: 6 packs per box, 3 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid-End Baseball Card
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2013 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects Series 1 Box Break

  • 6 Autographs
  • 18 Total Cards
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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.

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M. Briggs
M. Briggs

So, what exactly determines if a product is low, mid or high end product? There’s 18 cards in each box for $90 and it’s a “mid-end” product? Wow! I would consider this a high end and the boxes with 3 cards that sell for $150, would be ultra high! The market is getting crazy!

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

M. Briggs Ultimately it’s up to the individual collector. As a general rule, we classify products in the $75-150/box range as mid-level. There are some exceptions when it comes to card count. When boxes now run from $30 for something like Triple Playing to $400+ for stuff like Five Star and National Treasures, the range can get very extreme.

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