What: 2016 Panini Prime Cuts baseball cards
Arrives: Oct. 26
Box basics: Five autographs or memorabilia cards per box (10 boxes per case via two inners)
What’s buzz-worthy: After four years on the bench, Prime Cuts returns with nothing but hits from stars of the present as well as the past in this high-end brand.
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The Basics: The Prime Cuts Rookie Autographs will be signed on-card with the biggest newcomers of this season found on cards with four types of parallels limited to no more than 49 copies. … The Prime Signatures set will focus on past and present stars with on-card ink and, again, four parallels of no more than 49 copies. Fans of auto-mem cards will have rookies on Prime Cut Rookie Autos as well as Base VII Autos. … Memorabilia will be found for big names from the past via Icons and Biography as well as Timeline cards. Icons cards will have jerseys and bats with several combinations of swatches and parallels. Most cards will have parallels with no more than 49 copies. … A new twist here will be booklets with top rookies showcasing jumbo swatches. These will have prime parallels limited to no more than 10 copies. Among them will be Rookie Autographs Jumbo Material, Rookie Autographs Silhouette Combo Materials, Prime Six Signatures and Prime Eight Signatures. … Legendary names found in this one will include Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Roberto Clemente and Ty Cobb. … Packs will carry a suggested retail price of $250.
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