Panini Peek: 2011 Prime Signatures Football

If you're significant other really loves you, he or she won't give you a gift on Valentine's Day. They'll simply wait one day and get you what you want: A box (or 10) of 2011 Prime Signatures Football, the just-announced new NFL trading card release from Panini America slated to arrive, conveniently, on Feb. 15, 2012.

If you’re significant other really loves you, he or she won’t give you a gift on Valentine’s Day. They’ll simply wait one day and get you what you want: A box (or 10) of 2011 Prime Signatures Football, the just-announced new NFL trading card release from Panini America slated to arrive, conveniently, on Feb. 15, 2012.

The sleek, clean signature-driven product — a reimagined upgrade of the 2002 Playoff Prime Signatures Football issue — will deliver one autograph numbered to 249 or less, two base cards numbered to 499 and one additional base card or insert in every four-card box. And every card in the set will be printed on thick 72-point stock.

The 261-card Prime Signatures base set will include a combination of 175 current stars and retired legends, and a whopping 86 Rookie Cards. Every Rookie Card will be autographed, highlighted by on-card signatures from the 36 players who attended the 2011 NFL PLAYERS Rookie Premiere.

Each 30-box case of 2011 Prime Signatures will yield eight to nine on-card rookie autographs, 10 to 11 rookie autographs and 10 to 11 current superstar or retired legend autographs.

Other product highlights include:

  • A stacked parallel lineup featuring Prime Signatures Silver (numbered to 75), Prime Signatures Gold (numbered to 25), Prime Signatures Platinum (numbered to five or less), Prime Signatures Black and Printing Plate Signatures (numbered to 1) from the likes of Troy Polamalu, Matthew Stafford, John Elway, Barry Sanders, Dan Marino, Joe Montana
  • Signing Bonus Signatures dual-autograph cards numbered to 49 or less and featuring Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, Adrian Peterson, Tom Brady and more
  • A robust, multi-tiered Rookie Signatures parallel structure that includes Silver (numbered to 199), Gold (numbered to 49), Platinum (numbered to 25) Black and Printing Plates (numbered to 1)
  • Call to the Hall Signatures Hall of Fame autographs numbered to 49 or less and Call to the Hall Combo Signatures numbered to 25 or less
Your exclusive first look at 2011 Prime Signatures Football follows. Enjoy, and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for additional information on this exciting new product.

11 Replies to “Panini Peek: 2011 Prime Signatures Football”

  1. WOW! I love when you guys put out new products!!! As you know, i HAVE to pull that Aaron Rodgers or one of his dual autos! I hope he has an dual auto with Tom Brady or Peyton or better yet Montana! Keep up the great work Panini!!!!!

  2. I love on-card autos, as all collectors do, and the relatively spare and uncluttered design sets the autograph off nicely.
    While I would’ve loved to have seen a multi-color patch, laundry-tag or logo parallel thy would’ve made for an awesome chase… The pure auto’ hound…the collector who has zero interest in distracting graphics, will love the straightforward design. I like “clean,” and this is a neat, clean, well-thought out product. Props’!

  3. So I should send the link of this to my wife 🙂 Or post it to her facebook wall? These look great. REally want that Cam! The white in these really helps the auto stand out right off from the card. Love the design and the cards. Probably why they are coming out on the day of love.

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