Preview: 2012 Topps Supreme Football

Another quality product from Topps is on the way, and it’s 2012 Topps Supreme Football.

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Collector’s should keep look for autograph relic cards. There will also be dual versions to be had. Also be on the lookout for the autograph rookie cards. It will feature 35 rookies.

The cards I’m looking forward to most are the autograph QB Playbook cards. There will be 7 different book cards that features a quarterback next to his favorite play. These will be hand drawn and signed in silver (on a black card). There is no doubt these cards will look amazing in person.

Another thing to look forward to are the Nickname autograph book cards. You can find up to 30 book cards that features a players nick name. Don’t forget about the relic cards, though. There will be Rookie Quad Relics, Rookie Quad Combo Relics, Primary Piece Relics and more!

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Each box contains 1 pack with 4 cards. In each box, it will contain 1 autograph or  memorabilia card.

You can find the product at DA Card World for around $95 a box when it releases on February 20, 2013.

You can also find the checklist on the Cardboard Connection.

Preview: 2011-12 Upper Deck The Cup Hockey

The Cup is coming.

We are less than one week away from one of the hottest releases of the season in hockey. The ultra high-end The Cup hockey is back for the craziest of hockey collectors. The one pack per tin product is always a hit and features some of the most valuable cards of the collecting season.

As is common with the product, you will find 5 card per pack/tin of The Cup. Some of the more valuable pulls are the rookie patch autographs which you find one per box. Upper Deck has stepped it up this year with an additional patch autograph in the product from either another rookie or a veteran. The final hit is another autograph, memorabilia, or rare paralleled card. To round out the box, you’ll have 2 base cards as well.

But it’s not just about the rookies. It’s also about the sweet veteran cards as well. With the Limited Logos insert set, you can find some of the greatest patches anywhere or patch autographs from some of the top talent in the game. Also popular is the Draft Board autographs which are back again, possibly for the final season due to who gets use of the memorabilia. You’ll also continue to find Scripted Swatches, autographed on-patch cards, and a fan favorite as it brings a ton of cash on the secondary market, NHL Shield cards.

The product is just loaded with everything that hockey collectors love, rookies, sweet patches autographs, legends, superstars, and book cards. The high price may scare some collectors away, but the die hard collectors know how great the product is time after time and love the rush.

The Cup is released on September 11, 2012, and should run you around $400 for a box if prices haven’t moved since last season.

For more information and a checklist when it’s available, check out the product details on Cardboard Connection.