Bronze Stars Breakdown: Exploring the 2017 Prizm Football “1st Off The Line” Parallel

For collectors curious to know more about the Bronze Stars base and autograph parallels exclusive to "1st Off The Line" versions of Panini America's 2017 Prizm Football, well, you're in luck. Just this week we received, literally hot off the presses, the first uncut sheets of the new Bronze Stars base parallel form for the express purposes of the following preview. Each "1st Off The Line" box of 2017 Prizm Football will deliver one Bronze Stars Rookie Autograph (limited to 20 copies or less) and one Bronze Stars base parallel (limited to just six copies).

Panini America 2017 Prizm Football FOTL Bronze Watson

For collectors curious to know more about the Bronze Stars base and autograph parallels exclusive to “1st Off The Line” versions of Panini America’s 2017 Prizm Football, well, you’re in luck. Just this week we received, literally hot off the presses, the first uncut sheets of the new Bronze Stars base parallel form for the express purposes of the following preview. Each “1st Off The Line” box of 2017 Prizm Football will deliver one Bronze Stars Rookie Autograph (limited to 20 copies or less) and one Bronze Stars base parallel (limited to just six copies).

While we’ve done our best to illustrate the new Bronze Stars Prizm parallel with mockups, the uncut sheets provided us the opportunity to go straight to the source, so to speak. The resulting images below showcase some of the base parallels. Enjoy the sneak peek and visit the official online store of Panini America to order “1st Off The Line” boxes now.

 

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9 Replies to “Bronze Stars Breakdown: Exploring the 2017 Prizm Football “1st Off The Line” Parallel”

  1. These look really amazing, does the bronze parallel autograph replace one of the existing autographs or is it in addition to the regular stated 3 for a total of 4? Thanks Tracy!

  2. You said ” limited to six copies .” So does this mean there is only (6) Dak Prescott or Deshaun Watson ? If that’s the case, why not # them 1/6, 2/6 etc. I guess I’m somewhat confused by this. If you have one of these and have not read about this and the (6) copies ,one might think he only has a base card 1 of thousands. Maybe I’m not understanding this.

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