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Panini America Provides Detailed First Look at 2015 Luxe Football (Preview Gallery)

November 20, 2015

Panini America 2015 Luxe Football Main

Panini America’s higher-end Luxe brand made its trading-card debut in the NBA earlier this year with a unique blend of scarcity, on-card autographs and the company’s first metal-bordered cards that was well received by the hoops collecting community. As a result of that warm reception, Luxe will transition to the gridiron in early February.

2015 Luxe Football follows in the footsteps of its basketball predecessor by delivering a diverse autograph checklist of past, present and future stars, jumbo prime memorabilia cards and a print run of 99 or less for every card.

Each four-card box of 2015 Luxe Football will deliver three autographs and one jumbo memorabilia card. Other highlights of the product include . . .

  • Look for jumbo prime memorabilia cards of top stars and rookies in Luxe Memorabilia Prime and Luxe Memorabilia Die-Cuts Prime.
  • Find oversized memorabilia paired with on-card autographs in Luxe Memorabilia Autographs.
  • Luxe Memorabilia Autographs features sought after autographed memorabilia cards of the NFL’s elite, including Tom Brady; Prime parallels are numbered to 25 or less.
  • Find the first football cards in Panini America history with metal-framed borders, including on-card autographs of the NFL’s top legends, stars and rookies.
  • Look for premium on-card autographs set against a brilliant die-cut design that features icons like three-time Super Bowl MVP Joe Montana.
  • In Rookie Memorabilia Die-Cut Prime, collect rare die-cut memorabilia cards featuring a jumbo prime swatch and numbering to 49 or less.

We’ll have plenty more on 2015 Luxe Football in the coming weeks right here on The Knight’s Lance. Until then, though, here’s your first extended sneak peek:

All information is accurate at the time of posting – content is subject to change and approval. Card images are solely for the purpose of design display. Actual images used on cards to be determined.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 20, 2015 6:53 pm

    Really liked what I saw in the basketball program, can’t wait to see the football release. Thanks Tracy!

  2. Mike Pereira permalink
    November 23, 2015 12:09 pm

    Confused what makes this different than your National Treasures brand. Is National Treasures getting replaced by this or are both coming out. If so it just seems like you’re continuing to produce more and more products that look alike.

    Just wondering why this year you choose to produce so many (in your terms) high-end products that all have the same stuff in it? When did $100 become low-end product?

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