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Teaser Gallery: Panini America Cracks Early Boxes of 2016 Black Gold Collegiate Football

July 27, 2016

Panini America 2016 Black Gold Collegiate Football Teaser Box One1

Panini America’s unique Black Gold brand will make its first foray into the college football arena later this week when 2016 Black Gold Collegiate Football arrives in hobby shops and on group break sites across North America. Based on resounding feedback from distributors, hobby shops and collectors, a product originally solicited as a multisport release has been transformed into a football-focused debut.

The result, as you’ll see in the Teaser Gallery that follows, is an impressive collegiate launch for the Black Gold brand and one filled with rich on-card-autographed content, a strong memorabilia roster and a checklist filled with huge names from the world of college football.

Releasing Friday, each box of 2016 Black Gold Collegiate Football will deliver four autograph or memorabilia cards and a healthy array of Black Gold’s calling-card Shadowbox base cards. Each box also delivers two Rated Rookie Logo or Collegiate Logo Manufactured Metal cards.

We brought you an in-depth Quality Control Gallery on 2016 Black Gold Collegiate Football last week. Today, we’re taking you card by card through three early boxes. Enjoy the sneak peek and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage.

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  1. July 28, 2016 5:37 am

    Some very nice content here, I always wonder about the backstory when the player signs on the relic instead of on the card. Thanks Tracy!

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