We have began to track all of the pulled 2012-13 Panini National Treasures Basketball Logoman Variations. Each tab below represents a different subset that contains Logoman cards. The table is broke out into serial numbers with each X representing a found Logoman. If you see a Logoman not in our list, please leave a comment with with a link to where you saw it.
It’s been less than 24 hours since 2013 Topps Inception was released and we are just starting to see some HUGE cards making their way to the secondary market. Based off popular forums BlowOutCards.com and FreedomCardBoard.com there has been a flurry of breakers, both large and small, cracking open this product.
Take a look at some of these absolutely filthy cards coming from the product:
Lessons learned are a valuable commodity in the business world.
The Topps Company was riding the heals of one of its most successful promotions, the Bowman Blue Wave Wrapper Redemption. The idea of the promotion was simple. For every 24 hobby packs or 10 jumbo packs you bought, send the wrappers back into Topps in exchange for a pack of special Blue Wave cards.
#27 Nolan Arenado 3B Colorado Rockies
Arenado was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the second round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft out of El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California. He ranked number two among Rockies prospects by MLB.com entering the 2013 season.
#28 Bubba Starling, OF Kansas City Royals
Tough not to love an athlete with the name of Bubba, isn’t it?
#29 Javier Baez, SS Chicago Cubs
It has already been decided that Javier Baez will not break camp as part of the major league roster. But Baez has made some unforgettable impressions so far in camp.
#30 Kolten Wong, 2B St. Louis Cardinals
Viewed by many as the team’s future at second base, this Hawaiian native has been making a splash on the mainland for sometime.
It’s our favorite time of year, we think of it as Christmas in
January February for all us hobbyists. It’s Panini’s Playoff Contenders release time! With each years release of the product, Panini strives to make the set more interesting and collectible. They have a tradition of creating short-print variations of players that typically sell for obscene amounts of cash, and recently they have started to add variations for each card in the set.
This year, Panini unveils a new chapter for the product, where it appears that EACH player in the Rookie Ticket set has a variation card. Yesterday we gave you a quick glimpse into how you can find the variations for 2012 Rookie Ticket Autos. Today we bring you a visual guide to see the differences between each of the Rookie Tickets in the set.
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.
Yesterday, Panini announced an interesting tidbit regarding their upcoming 2012 Panini Prizm Football release. In addition to the base 100 rookies in the set, there are 25 players who appear on hobby-exclusive, photo-variation RCs that fall one per box on average.
Take a peek at some of the variations: