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Old 12-10-2009, 04:19 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Maybe its just my crappy work computer, but the autos look better on these cards

Also, if I pull a Hepburn or Lucille Ball auto, I will not be pleased
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Old 12-10-2009, 08:57 PM   #27 (permalink)
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What kind of marker did they give these guys to sign the stuff with, I have agree signatures are pretty bad. I wonder how BGS would grade it for the signature category.
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Old 12-11-2009, 02:26 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Would you guys prefer bubbled up autographs on card or Stickers?
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Old 12-15-2009, 07:25 AM   #29 (permalink)
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06 was great
07 was G.O.A.T. (imo... many will say 06 is greatest of all time)
08 was nice enough

09 is not worth buying... I've collected treasures for years... will not be buying any singles from this year.
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Old 01-20-2010, 10:54 AM   #30 (permalink)
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With the 2009 Playoff National Treasures football card set little over a week away from release, we’ve gotten a look at what the checklist will be packing.


It’s got plenty of what one would expect — but it’s also got a deep checklist of Souvenir Cuts autographs, a checklist that includes several important figures in U.S. history and pop culture as well as football greats like Sammy Baugh (above on his Century insert) and even coaching legends like Paul Brown, Paul “Bear” Bryant and Vince Lombardi.
See the Souvenir Cuts checklist after the jump.




Souvenir Cuts
No. Name quantity

1 Alan Shepard 1
2 Alfred Hitchcock 1
3 Benjamin Harrison 1
4 Bob Hope 2
5 Bud Abbott 1
6 Byron Nelson 1
7 Captain Kangaroo 1
8 Cesar Romero 1
9 Davy Jones 1
10 Dean Martin 1
11 Desi Arnaz 7
12 Eddie Albert 1
13 Eleanor Roosevelt 1
14 Elizabeth Montgomery 2
15 Gene Kelly 1
16 George Burns 5
17 Gerald Ford 1
18 Gracie Allen 1
20 Jack Dempsey 1
21 Jackie Gleason 1
22 Jacques Cousteau 1
23 Jimmy Stewart 5
24 Joe Louis 1
25 John Glenn 1
26 Judy Garland 1
27 Katharine Hepburn 1
28 Lucille Ball 1
29 Moe Howard 1
31 Red Skelton 5
32 Rock Hudson 1
33 Ronald Reagan 1
34 Vincent Price 1
35 Virgil “Gus” Grissom 1
37 Walter Hagen 1
38 Will Rogers 1
39 Yvonne De Carlo 5
40 Beattie Feathers Chicago Bears 4
41 Benny Friedman Cleveland Bulldogs 1
42 Bert Bell Philadelphia Eagles 1
43 Bill George Chicago Bears 1
44 Bill Osmanski Chicago Bears 2
45 Billy Vessels Baltimore Colts 2
46 Bo Schembechler Michigan 1
47 Brian Piccolo Chicago Bears 1
48 Dick “Night Train” Lane Detroit Lions 4
49 Doak Walker Detroit Lions 1
50 Emlen Tunnell New York Giants 3
51 Ernie Nevers Chicago Cardinals 1
52 Ernie Stautner Pittsburgh Steelers 2
53 Frank Gatski Cleveland Browns 10
54 Frank Kinard Brooklyn Dodgers 1
55 George Halas Chicago Bears 2
56 Hank Stram Kansas City Chiefs 3
57 Joe Stydahar Chicago Bears 1
58 Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts 1
59 Leon Hart Notre Dame 2
60 Link Lyman Canton Bulldogs 1
61 Lou Groza Cleveland Browns 5
62 Marion Motley Cleveland Browns 1
63 Mel Hein New York Giants 1
64 Morris “Red” Badgro New York Giants 7
65 Paul “Bear” Bryant Alabama 1
66 Paul Brown Cleveland Browns 10
67 Pete Pihos Philadelphia Eagles 8
68 Pete Rozelle No Team 1
69 Roosevelt Brown New York Giants 10
70 Sammy Baugh Washington Redskins 5
71 Sid Luckman Chicago Bears 1
72 Vince Lombardi Green Bay Packers 1
73 Wayne Millner Washington Redskins 1
74 Weeb Ewbank New York Jets 10
75 Wellington Mara New York Giants 5
















Source: Checklist: 2009 Playoff National Treasures Souvenir Cuts The Beckett Blog
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Old 01-22-2010, 03:09 AM   #31 (permalink)
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I've never opened NT before but have been thinking about it. I know resale on it is weak compared to something like Exquisite...that holds true for all Panini stuff though. Does this stuff sell alright out the gate though? Sounds like boxes may have 4 autos more often than not.
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I would say resale on this stuff holds pretty well for the old timers in the set. This and Limited are really the best 2 products on the market to get really old HOFers. Even jersey cards of modern guys in this set tend to have a higher value than other jeseys.

Edit: Just found out my case will be direct shipped to me so next week I will be doing a video break if you want to see what cases look to be yielding

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