Full disclosure: In the interest of time (and playing catch-up), we’re dedicating the rest of today here at The Knight’s Lance to previewing in rapid-fire fashion the newest products that have been solicited by the Panini America sales team in recent weeks. By our count, we’ve yet to post preliminary product information on eight recent product solicitations from the worlds of baseball, basketball and football. In order to rectify the situation, we’re going to streamline things here today by highlighting key product information taken directly from the PIS document for each of the products, one post at a time.
So buckle your seatbelt and get ready as we spend the next few hours previewing 2019 Gold Standard Football, 2018-19 Encased Basketball, 2019 Donruss Optic Baseball, 2019 Immaculate Baseball, 2019 Certified Football, 2019 Unparalleled Football, 2019 Immaculate Collegiate Football and 2019 Donruss Football. We’re also going to include the PIS document for each product. Enjoy the previews and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for additional information.
Release Date: July 24, 2019
Product Configuration: Six cards per box, eight boxes per case.
BREAK: Six autograph or memorabilia cards per hobby box, on average.
- Aside from the normal jumbo material greatness that is Immaculate Jumbos, hunt for the following new player materials: Alternate Patches, Wristbands and Knit Caps.
- With prime material reserved all throughout the base and parallels, Rookie Patch Autographs offers some of the best-looking Rookie Cards in the hobby.
- Signatures on unique materials such as parchment, tweed weave, bats, carbon stickers and more.
- 2019 Immaculate Baseball introduces multiple new autograph/memorabilia sets including Matinee, Premium, Extra Bases and more.
Enjoy the preview gallery that follows and stay tuned for additional information.
Here’s the PIS document: 2019_Immaculate_BB_PIS
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.