Do you like Buzz Breaks? Today’s your day then as we launch 12 in 12 — a series of a dozen breaks of past wax boxes and wax packs in a dozen hours. We’ll post one every hour on the hour all day long today … this is Hour 11.
The box: 2012 Panini Cooperstown Extra Innings baseball cards
The cost: $40 (packs here when available)
What’s inside this one? Keep reading …
It shouldn’t exist — and that’s why it fetched six-figures at auction.
What you see here is a near-complete box of 1948 Bowman baseball cards — packs that originally cost just a nickel apiece back in the day when kids ate the gum and, if they cared, had a shot at Yogi Berra, Stan Musial, Warren Spahn and Bob Feller Rookie Cards.
This rarity hit the auction block not long ago and finally sold via Mile High Card Co. last week.
From time to time, Buzz will break a box of something and post the results here. Like this and want to see more? Or maybe there’s a box you’d want to see busted? Send Buzz an email at BlowoutBuzz@blowoutcards.com.
The box: 2017 Panini Diamond Kings baseball cards (blaster)
Where to buy: BlowoutCards.com (for hobby)
Packs per box: 7
Cards per pack: 5
Cards in this box: 35
Base set completion:
19 of 100 (19 percent)
Notables on base cards – Francisco Lindor, Josh Donaldson, Jake Arrieta, Chipper Jones, Lloyd Waner, Pee Wee Reese, Ty Cobb, John McGraw, Stan Musial, Joe Jackson
Prime Cuts is almost here — but the wait for its checklist is now over.
How many Babe Ruth memorabilia cards will there be? How many rookies made the cut? Who’s signing and whose memorabilia can be found for the first time?
Oh and who made it onto the eight-player autograph booklets?
Keep reading to find out what’s in store for 2016 Panini Prime Cuts baseball cards …
The first promotional items that Topps is producing for this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention is a tribute to its first set and notable players from that era.
It’s a 1951 Topps Red & Blue Backs set and it will only initially be available to VIP ticket holders at this year’s show beginning on Aug. 3 in Atlantic City, N.J.