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Panini America’s Newest Autograph Arrivals Feature Flawless, Immaculate and More

September 6, 2015

Panini America New Autos September 660

The flawless features of Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry. The gilded greatness of San Francisco 49ers legend Joe Montana. The silent splendor of New York Yankees icon Mariano Rivera. That’s the short list of unparalleled autograph signers who returned special deliveries to Panini America HQ in recent weeks — and the headlining acts for the must-see preview gallery below that promises to add a bit of hard-signed excitement to your Labor Day weekend.

Among the other highlights in the gallery that follows? 2014-15 Flawless Basketball. 2014-15 Noir Basketball. 2015 National Treasures Baseball. 2015 Spectra Football. 2015 Immaculate Baseball. Bona fide gems from Panini America’s continuing Super Bowl Signatures cut-across program and more. Enjoy the gallery, enjoy the long Labor Day weekend and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage.

12 Comments leave one →
  1. Dan Piehl permalink
    September 6, 2015 10:41 am

    So many wonderful Karl Malone cards in one place.

  2. Mars permalink
    September 6, 2015 11:11 am

    Those multi-player Team USA cards are nice, but they’re gonna be a nightmare for random player group breaks as two people are gonna be heartbroken not getting such a nice and expensive card.

    Also, these players need to start taking signature “centering” classes.

  3. September 6, 2015 12:00 pm

    Beautiful issues! The Stockon, Malone, Robinson triple on-card auto just might be the nicest ‘graph I’ve seen in some time. Likewise, Marino and Montana autos NEVER get stale. The Spectra Football is a magnificent product, brimming with historical significance…..I plan on getting a single or 2.

    Great gallery, happy holiday all!

  4. September 6, 2015 12:11 pm

    Flawless is sheer perfection. Looking forward to release day. The New & Improved Immaculate has exceed customers’ expectations. Great Job Panini America!

    • September 6, 2015 12:18 pm

      Opps………I meant to say, “The New & Improved Spectra Football is Immaculately Spectracular and has exceeded customers’ expectations.”

  5. Nick Gauder permalink
    September 6, 2015 2:46 pm

    Amazing gallery! 2015 Spectra is the best Spectra yet & Noir looks like it could be ROY basketball product! Flawless looks and sounds better than ever! Keep up the great work as always Panini!

  6. Mark permalink
    September 6, 2015 5:03 pm

    Is there going to be a checklist for the Super Bowl Signatures across all the products they will be in?

  7. Jim permalink
    September 6, 2015 5:25 pm

    I think with so many “high-end” products being made each season, the average collector is either forced to buy blaster boxes from retail sources, stick to opening the very few low-to-moderately priced releases or try their luck with the hundreds and/or thousands of breakers who have sprung up in recent years. Many if not most collectors can’t afford a single box of Luxe, Gala, NT, Noir, Flawless, Paramount, Spectra, Gold Standard(maybe), Immaculate or Preferred, much less a case. So breakers’ business has increased tenfold (my guess). It’s easier to stomach paying the”per spot price” than paying hundreds for the box.

    I think of hi-end as releases in which the cost per card on a box price is $30-40 and up.

  8. September 7, 2015 9:38 am

    I’ve have owned a store for over 23 years. The following is my view of my customer’s wants/expectations/buying tendencies.:

    Panini America is “The King of High-End,” consistently providing collectors with the most sought after singles and high-demand boxes. The world-wide demand for Panini’s high-end products has resulted in significant box price increases on the secondary market. No one wants to buy a product that goes down in value after they bought it, so secondary price increases are good for hobby health. Panini America’s LUXE, Gala and Noir are in response to the world-wide demand for more high-end basketball products.

    While high-end box prices are not within everyone’s entertainment budget, “breakers,” eBay sales, and trade sites provide the means for average collectors to acquire these high-demand high-end collectible cards.

    At the same time, Panini America continues to provide the average collector with products under $70 per box with the majority of their products under $150 per box. For me and my customers I say, “Keep up the good work Panini America.”

  9. September 8, 2015 5:49 am

    Some truly special cards in the above category, that Super Bowl autograph set is already a set-making target around the hobby community. Thanks Tracy!

  10. September 8, 2015 9:00 am

    Can’t wait to see the designs of Flawless Diamond and Emerald base cards 🙂

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