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Before the Signatures: 2010 National Treasures Rookie Cards (Part 2 of 2)

January 7, 2011

I know it’s probably seemed like an eternity since we posted the first 17 images in our two-part tribute gallery featuring the unsigned-for-now Rookie Cards slated for 2010 National Treasures Football. In reality, it’s been less than 24 hours.

Anticipation can be a booger.

True to our word, the second part of the gallery follows. Put the two galleries together and you’ve got a visual roadmap of all 35 cards comprising the NFL PLAYERS Rookie Premiere portion of 2010 National Treasures Football’s RCs.

What’s next? Getting every one of them, including the NFL Equipment, Reebok Logo and even-more-prime-patch parallels autographed — on-card. Stay tuned for updates as the autographed versions return. For now, enjoy these gems in their unsigned-yet-still-so-very-beautiful state.

8 Comments leave one →
  1. phil permalink
    January 7, 2011 3:28 pm

    Great looking cards guys! With the superb patches you are putting in this product, is there any though being put into recording the cards once they are numbered to cut down on patch faking? It has been mentioned on some of the boards that with these sick patches being put in the cards from the factory that it will be harder to tell if the sick patch in the card on eBay is real or fake. I know the secondary market is really not something that the manufactures should worry about, but it is becoming a huge area for fraudulent items.

  2. juan oliavres permalink
    January 7, 2011 3:38 pm

    man that dez bryant looks sweet ! and that jason garrett on the side is nice to .

  3. WhenIsaySEA! permalink
    January 7, 2011 5:07 pm

    That Golden Tate card is probably the sickest card I have EVER seen. Nothing I could write could explain it. I will make procuring it my only goal after March 5, if anyone wants to help me let know, after all, here it is in black and white, I called it first! Amazing job, I can’t wait to see it with an auto, it will completely pull it all together. I can’t wait!

  4. Kevin permalink
    January 8, 2011 9:11 am

    The patch on the Damian Williams card makes me think of Optimus Prime face.

  5. January 10, 2011 4:05 pm

    I don’t understand Panini’s fascination with curved windows. They hide additional jersey that could be displayed.

    The cards themselves look terrific, but that jersey window is awful. Just see your lines and see where the eye’s drawn to, guys. Your obviously bound by the outer rectangle of the card, so you’re going to have some serious issues incorporating curved windows without devoting a large portion of the card to design and making tiny little player photos.

    Curved windows isn’t “fresh and new,” they’re outdated.

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