It appears that Panini has made it easier this year to identify the photo variations of players they have slipped in 2012 Playoff Contenders Football. On the reverse side of the card, you will find that variation versions are missing the players details in the box that surrounds the team logo in the lower right side of the card.
These variation photos were posted on their blog earlier this week, and you can see the different photos on the front, along with the differences on the rear of the cards.
He burst on the scene and “Dougie’d” his way into stardom. The electric rookie has catapulted into the elite of cardboard Gods’. His recently released 2010-11 Panini National Treasures Rookie Patch Auto are been fetching prices above and beyond $2,000 on eBay. These cards are very appealing and are designed with an amazing multi-colored patch along with an on-card autograph. The card has a base version numbered to 99, a gold version numbered to 25, a platinum version numbered 5, and a 1/1 version.
I have collected images of each of the versions that have made their way to eBay for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
Late last week, we gave you a sneak peek at Panini’s 2010 Playoff Contenders Rookie Ticket Autograph set. Today, we are bringing you some interesting news and an interesting twist on these Rookie Ticket Autos. It appears as if there are two versions of some of the on-card Rookie Ticket Autos. It has yet to be confirmed which version may be a short-print (SP).
The product officially hits the shelves today, so we should be able to get an idea if one version is more of an SP than the others as more of the cards hit eBay.
Check back for updates to this developing story.