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2014 Breygent Kringle Kards

2014 Breygent Kringle Kards

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You better watch out, you better not cry because 2014 Breygent Kringle Kards aren't your typical take on the Christmas big guy. Artists were given free reign to interpret Santa Claus in their own way. Some took the nice approach while others made him naughty -- very naughty. The art-based set comes in two configurations, basic premium packs and over-sized 5x7 packs.

Basic premium packs come with a total of nine cards. Leading the way are a pair of sketch cards. It's important to stress that not all of these depict Santa in the traditional cute and cuddly light. While some do, others have him fighting zombies, lurking in dark corners with sharp objects, hanging out with scantily clad women and smoking. Some artists also used St. Nick to recreate movie posters and scenes.

The regular 2014 Breygent Kringle Kards set has 18 base cards. Six come in each premium pack. This set is rounded out by six promo cards (one per pack).

The 5x7 packs are very limited. Each has one over-sized sketch card, one base card and one promo. This set has six base cards, each numbered to 42 copies. The 5x7 promo card set also has six cards.

Breygent's Facebook page has lots of images for the release.

Product Configuration: Premium Packs - 9 cards per pack, 5x7 Packs - 3 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid- to High-End Entertainment Card
Target Audience: Sketch Card Collectors, Santa Claus Collectors

2014 Breygent Kringle Kards Premium Pack Break

  • 2 Sketch Cards
  • 1 Promo Card
  • 6 Base Cards
  • 9 Total Cards

2014 Breygent Kringle Kards 5x7 Pack Break

  • 1 5x7 Sketch Card
  • 1 5x7 Promo Card
  • 1 5x7 Base Card
  • 3 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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