Since we're less than 24 hours from the royal return of Panini America's 2015 Crown Royale Football, now seems like an ideal time to break into an early box or three to showcase a little bit of everything the popular product has to offer.
Since we’re less than 24 hours from the royal return of Panini America’s 2015 Crown Royale Football, now seems like an ideal time to break into an early box or three to showcase a little bit of everything the popular product has to offer.
Each four-pack hobby box of 2015 Crown Royale Football delivers two autographs and two memorabilia cards on average, although some boxes will deliver a bonus fifth hit. In addition, though, the product is packed with the unique die-cuts, the chase-worthy foils and the sublime Silhouettes that have become Crown Royale’s calling cards.
In the Teaser Gallery that follows, we bring you the pack-by-pack results of three early boxes. Enjoy the sneak peek and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage of 2015 Crown Royale Football.
7 Replies to “Teaser Gallery: Panini America Opens Three Boxes of 2015 Crown Royale Football”
Very nice, very nice indeed.
Wow nice cards, that Hayne card is really nice! GREAT BOX BREAK!!!!
Crown Royale has always been my favorite card series. I just wish I could afford a whole case. I love it that much.
Some solid hits from these boxes, just asked for some Crown Royale for the holidays! Thanks Tracy!
I don’t mean to bag on this product again this year, but I’ve always been a huge Crown Royale fan, and I don’t understand a couple things:
1. The base rookie player silhouettes against the wrapping paper backdrop. Why? The Rookie Premiere and Vet silhouettes with game/event worn material are always cool. But handfuls of wrapping paper parallel variations for base rookies? I doubt anyone actually collects these. Classic die-cut crown (base design) autos would be much, much sharper and more true to the product and its history.
2. Did I mention the die-cut crown base design? What’s wrong with the presses at Panini? This years base design is ridiculously lazy and spits in the face of Crown Royale products released in the 90’s, early 2000’s, and 2010 thru 2014.
Just my two cents. I am glad you guys still continue to make this product each year. Just not happy with the direction you guys went this year…