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2014 Panini Immaculate Football Hot List

2014 Panini Immaculate Football Hot List

Like virtually every high-end product, 2014 Panini Immaculate Football has plenty of rare and unique cards that aren't going to show up often. Even if it's not all game-used, the memorabilia cards bring lots of interesting pieces of player-worn gear that lots of collectors are getting excited about.

Jumbo patches, on-card signatures and low numbering are among the highlights for Immaculate's first pigskin release. Like past basketball and baseball releases, the major focus is on big swatches. And it's not just jerseys that are in on the action. Gloves, helmet stickers and caps are some of the other items used in the set. In many instances, the results are cards that look legitimately unique when put up against cards from other sets.

Autographs aren't left out. Among them are Rookie Patch Autographs. Numbered to 99 and part of the main set, they should end up as some of the players' top rookie cards. And while first-year players make up the majority of the signature content, there's a limited amount of veteran ink as well.

Like other high-end products, the cost of entry for 2014 Panini Immaculate Football is high. It's not for everyone. However, tackling the singles market or group breaks can take out some of the risk and overall cost.

Here's a real-time list of the most-watched 2014 Panini Immaculate Football cards currently up for auction on eBay. Because it's generated automatically, it's constantly updating with new listings and more hot cards. If you're tracking some of the product's rarities and market trends, you'll want to check back.

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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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