It occured to me earlier this week after receiving a question regarding preview information for 2010 Panini Plates & Patches Football that The Knight's Lance launched in late October just days after we sent that information to the masses. In other words, the official Panini Peek preview of Plates & Patches never ran on your favorite trading card manufacturer blog.
It occurred to me earlier this week after receiving a question regarding preview information for 2010 Panini Plates & Patches Football that The Knight’s Lance launched in late October just days after we sent that information to the masses. In other words, the official Panini Peek preview of Plates & Patches never ran on your favorite trading card manufacturer blog.
So here it is now. It’s a little late, I know; but if one collector who’s never seen it is asking me about it, I figure there have to be others.
You can get exclusive behind-the-scenes looks at the product in the process of being produced by clicking here or here.
To be sure, Plates & Patches is a poignant, head-turning new product that will strive to deliver significant value in every $150 pack by including one prime-piece memorabilia autographed Rookie Card, two additional autographs and a fourth hit (either a fourth autograph or a memorabilia card) in addition to a pair of base cards, one parallel and one insert card.
In addition to some flat-out drool inducing prime pieces of game-worn jerseys, 2010 Panini Plates & Patches includes more printing plates than any product in the company’s history and a unique new plate autograph concept sure to generate a buzz among collectors when the product goes live in a few short weeks.
Of course, the good news about such a late Panini Peek is that the product is releasing a lot sooner than you’d normally find. Here’s a preliminary gallery to satiate your appetite for now.
10 Replies to “A Belated Panini Peek: 2010 Plates & Patches Football”
Love the look of these cards! Especially the Peyton!!
Plates & Patches comes live this week. This product has been a popular one amoungst the group breakers. Here’s the full product info:
Was this pushed back to Jan???
they r all ready nice but i love that dez card hope i can get my hands of one of his .
These are great and will be a good addition for my collections. Thanks for the post.
I have bought 4 boxes and I am not going to buy anymore! I live in Colorado and I have pulled 3 Rob Gronkowski AUTO 3C patches and 1 Eric Decker AUTO 3C patch. Don’t get me wrong they are nice cards, but when I am spending good money, I shouldn’t have to worry if I am going to be getting the same hits over and over.