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Old 07-14-2009, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2009 Topps Finest Football

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2009 TOPPS FINEST FOOTBALL


Configuration: 8 boxes per case. 2 mini-boxes per box. 6 packs per mini-box. 5 cards per pack. (18 total packs per box)

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2009 Topps Finest Football honors the finest on the field with cards spotlighting this year's Rookie Class as well as Eli Manning, Tom Brady and LaDainian Tomlinson Finest Moments Autograph Cards. NEW this year, Finest Football offers Rookie Autograph Letter and Patch Cards!

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:

Every Master Box Contains:
- New! Two Rookie Numbered Autograph Letter And/Or Patch Cards - 1 Per Mini-Box!
- New! Two Pigskin Refractor Cards - 1 Per Mini-Box!
- Ten Parallel Cards - 4 Per Mini Box!
- All Rookie And Rookie Autograph Cards Are Numbered!

AUTOGRAPH- ROOKIE CARDS - 270 VARIATIONS - 1 PER MINI BOX!
Rookie Autograph On-Letter Cards (40)- #'d to 199 or less
- White X-Fractor (40) - 1 of 1!
- Red Refractor (40) - #' d to 15
Rookie Autograph Patch Cards (30) - #'d
- White X-Fractor (30) - 1 of 1!
- Red Refractor (30) - #'d to 15
- Gold Refractor (30) - #'d
- Refractor (30) - #'d

PIGSKIN REFRACTOR CARDS - 20 TOTAL SUBJECTS - 1 PER MINI BOX!
- Rookies (20)

BASE CARDS - 100 TOTAL SUBJECTS - 5 PER PACK!
- Veterans (60)
- Rookies (40)

BASE REFRACTOR PARALLEL CARDS - 700 VARIATIONS - 5 Per Mini-Box!
- X-Fractor (100 subjects) - 1 of 1!
- Framed Printing Plate (100 subjects) - 1 of 1!
- Red (100 subjects) - #'d to 25
- Gold (100 subjects) - #'d to 75
- Green (100 subjects) - #'d to 199
- Blue (100 subjects) - #'d to 499
- Refractor (100 subjects)

FINEST MOMENTS AUTOGRAPH CARDS - 75 VARIATIONS
- Rookies (10) - #'d TBD
- Veterans (15) - #'d TBD
- Finest Moments parallel versions:
White X-Fractor (25) - 1 of 1!
Red Refractor (25) - #'d to 5


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Old 11-18-2009, 10:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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2009 Topps Finest Football:

When Topps Finest first hit the market in the mid 1990’s, collectors (including myself) were immediately drawn to the glossy/refractor look of the product. I can remember single packs containing 4 cards costing upwards of $10-12 a piece. From 1994-1996 Finest was considered the “high-end” product in the sports card industry and provided collectors with an innovative and sleek new alternative design compared to other competitors.
Flash forward roughly 15 years and the 2009 version of Topps Football is both similar and very different to the original release. Each master box of 2009 Finest consists of 2 inner mini boxes which contain 6 packs of cards. Inside each master box the collector is guaranteed two rookie numbered autograph letterman and/or patch cards, two pigskins refractor cards, 10 parallel cards and various base rookies. Much like its previous releases, Finest football remains one of the most visually appealing sets to debut year after year. Topps has created a strong niche for themselves in the sports card industry in continuing to produce affordable “rookie based” products (ie: Topps Finest, Bowman Chrome and Topps Chrome) and providing consumers with a lot of content at a fair price.
The major upgrade to this year’s release of Finest football is the addition of the Rookie Autograph Patch (RAP) numbered /209 or less. The singles themselves look fantastic and should get serious consideration for rookie set design of the year. Much like the base and rookie refractors in Finest, the RAP set has many different parallel versions including the 1/1 White X-Fractor.
While many of the basics to Finest football have remained the same (including the “case hit” Finest Moments autograph sub set- 1 per case), the 2009 release has disappointed in the addition of the rookie autographed letterman. Many sports card collectors I have talked to are tired of the overall concept and mass production of manufactured letterman and feel these cards are no more then over saturated cardboard in an already over saturated game used/manufactured market. While the concept was innovative back in 2006 with the release of Donruss Threads Football, manufactured letterman and patches have quickly become the norm and the cards you are hoping to avoid when opening boxes. Our advice to Topps is stick to the Finest Moments insert set and work to improve upon the already stellar looking RAPs.

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including the “case hit” Finest Moments autograph sub set- 1 per case
Is this really the rate these fall? I have been in 4 cases worth of breaks so far and not seen even ONE finest moment auto.
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Is this really the rate these fall? I have been in 4 cases worth of breaks so far and not seen even ONE finest moment auto.
I have seen about 10 case breaks and non of them have had these in them...
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