|11-14-2008, 03:35 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2007
2008 Playoff National Treasures FB
2008 PLAYOFF NATIONAL TREASURES FOOTBALL
Configuration: 3 boxes/1 pack/7 cards
PER BOX ITEMS
* 3 Autographs
* 3 Memorabilia Cards
* 1 Common or Parallel
*Look for on-card Autographed Jumbo Prime Patch Rookie Cards featuring:
Matt Forte, Chris Johnson, Steve Slaton, Eddie Royal, DeSean Jackson, Matt Ryan, Joe Flacco, Kevin Smith, Donnie Avery, Ray Rice, Jonathan Stewart, Darren McFadden, Jamaal Charles, Felix Jones, Rashard Mendenhall
*Hall of Famers featuring:
Knute Rockne, Tom Landry, Johnny Unitas, Jim Brown, Walter Payton, Barry Sanders, Dan Marino, John Elway, Gale Sayers, Bart Starr, Joe Montana, Sammy Baugh, Clyde 'Bulldog" Turner, Sid Luckman, Doak Walker, Mel Hein, Otto Graham, Bobby Layne, Lou Groza, Tommy McDonald, Chuck Bednarik, Bob Waterfield, Tom Fears, Norm Van Brocklin, Ollie Matson, Marion Motley
*Cut Signatures featuring:
Historical Figures, Presidents, Hall of Famers, Sports Legends
*Signature Patches featuring signed Embroidered Patches:
Troy Aikman, Dan Fouts, Len Dawson, Joe Montana, Chuck Bednarik, Joe Greene, Steve Young, Fran Tarkenton, Jim Taylor, Lance Alworth, Roger Staubach, Tommy McDonald, Gale Sayers, Franco Harris, Jim Brown, John Elway, John Riggins, Jerry Rice, Emmitt Smith, Barry Sanders, Bart Starr, Dan Marino, Tony Dorsett, Mike Ditka
*Super Prime Material Cards featuring:
Prime Jumbo Swatch Cards, NFL Logos, Team Logos, Brand Logos, Laundry Tag Cards of Rookies, Stars, Hall of Famers
*Notable Nickname cards featuring:
"Joe Cool" Montana, Chuck "Concrete Charlie" Bednarik, Tommy "Shoo Fly" McDonald, "Samurai Mike" Singletary
*Pen Pals featuring on-card autographs:
Felix Jones/Darren McFadden, Joe Flacco/Ray Rice, Darren McFadden/Jonathan Stewart/Felix Jones/Rashard Mendenhall, Matt Ryan/Joe Flacco/Brian Brohm/Chad Henne
Silver(100) - #’d to 10 or less.
Gold(100) - #’d to 5 or less.
Platinum(100) - #’d to 1.
Silver Signatures(100) - #’d to 100 or less.
Gold Signatures(100) - #’d to 25 or less.
Platinum Signatures(100) - #’d to 1.
Materials(100) - 11 levels, including prime, signatures, NFL Logo, brand, laundry tag, and combo versions. #’d to 100 or less.
Rookie Signature Silver NON RPS(66) - #’d to 299 or less.
Rookie Signature Gold NON RPS(66) - #’d to 49 or less.
Rookie Signature Platinum NON RPS(66) - #'d to 1.
Rookie Materials(34) -17 levels, including signature, prime, jumbo, shield, logo, brand logos, laundry tag, and combo versions. #’d to 99 or less.
Rookie Signatures Silver(34) - #’d to 99 or less.
Rookie Signatures Gold(34) - #’d to 25 or less.
Rookie Signatures Platinum(34) - #’d to 1.
Spellbound(34) - #’d to 10 or less.
Rookie Combos(34) - 5 levels, including prime, brand logo, laundry tag, and NFL shield versions. #’d to 99 or less.
All Pros(45) - 15 levels, including signature, cut signature, materials, prime, and jumbo versions. #'d to 99 or less.
All Pros Material Trios(15) -4 levels, including prime versions. #’d to 25 or less.
All Pros Material Quads(10) - #’d to 25 or less.
All Pros Material Quads Prime(10) - #’d to 25 or less.
Champions(25) - 8 levels, including signature, cut signature, materials, prime, and jumbo versions. #’d to 99 or less.
Historical Cuts(27) - Set features signatures from Rosa Parks, Gerald Ford, Grover Cleveland, and Ronald Reagan. #’d to 50 or less.
50th Anniversary(10) - 5 levels, including signature, material, and prime ve rsions. #’d to 100 or less.
75th Anniversary(29) - 5 levels, including signature, material, and prime versions. #’d to 100 or less.
Heisman Cuts(15) - #’d to 100 or less.
College Materials(15) - 3 levels, including signature and combo versions. #’d to 50 or less.
Signature Patches(137) - 3 levels: NFL, NFL Logo, and College. #’d to 50 or less.
Signature Combos(14) - #’d to 25 or less.
Signature Trios(6) - #’d to 25 or less.
Last edited by blowoutcards; 11-17-2008 at 10:15 AM.
|11-22-2008, 01:48 AM||#2 (permalink)|
hey, when is the release date on this cause i had heard there was not going to be another national treasures...cause i got the last 2 and would love to see the 08 come out.....not at 500 smackers, but what can ya do, LOL
|11-22-2008, 06:12 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Price point on this is way to high for todays market. More material than Exquisite, but way to high...even at 3-400 I think this is a tough sell.
Blowouts Resident Wade Boggs Super Collector
|11-22-2008, 05:02 PM||#4 (permalink)|
i belive a good price would be $249.99 for this. but what can i say, like a dummy i will pay it cause im one of the few that like national treasures who never come close to making there money back after breaking it. lol
|11-22-2008, 11:12 PM||#6 (permalink)|
i opened 1 of the 06 and 1 of the 07 and out of the 2 the best i did was a peyton manning facemask auto out of 18. other than that....it was dull, but something about it pulls me in1 LOL
|11-23-2008, 07:05 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2008
Currently looking for the following comic Books:
United Comics: 21,22,23,24,26
Tip Top: 173 & 184
Peanuts 1 (1953)
Peanuts: 1-4 (1963-64)
|04-11-2012, 11:28 AM||#10 (permalink)|
This Just In: Chris Johnsonís 2008 National Treasures Football RCs Finally Go Live!
April 10, 2012
by Tracy Hackler
A lot has happened in the four seasons since the electrifying Chris Johnson began captivating fans and collectors as a first-round draft pick of the Tennessee Titans in 2008. There was that promising 1,228-yard, nine-TD rookie campaign, the CJ2K phenomenon created by his spectacular 2,006-yard sophomore season, another 1,364 yards in 2010 and last-seasonís holdout-hindered 1,047-yard, four-TD effort.
Through it all, the one glaring omission from Johnsonís stunning body of work has been live versions of his 2008 National Treasures Football Rookie Cards, originally inserted as redemptions when the product released in late January of 2009.
But 1,166 days, 7,071 total yards and 42 total touchdowns later, thatís about to change in a big way. Panini America officials today announced that they have finally started redeeming Johnsonís most important trading cards following a prolonged roller-coaster ride that included lost originals, long delays, costly remakes and, finally, the oddly saving grace of sticker autographs.
The circuitous path to this point ó like any trademark long Johnson scoring jaunt ó has been a mesmerizing journey that started with a misplaced original shipment. From there, Panini America officials scrambled to remake the cards only after confirming that there were enough pieces of Johnson-worn jersey remaining from the 2008 NFL PLAYERS Rookie Premiere.
They then waited . . . and waited . . . and waited to reschedule another signing. As it turns out, that process took the better part of two years. But once a signing was agreed upon, the tough decision was made to utilize sticker autographs for these important cards. After all, the prospects of another lost shipment and no more memorabilia likely meant that these cards would never exist.
Today, they do. And this week, theyíre being shipped to those patient collectors whoíve been waiting.