Panini Eternal launches Mickey Mantle commemorative set today

The Mick’s return to baseball cards continues today with Panini Eternal. 

Mickey Mantle‘s MLB debut came today in 1951 and that starts the “Mantle Monday” project, which will see a new card of the Hall of Famer released each week for the next four months.

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Mickey Mantle returns to baseball cards with new Panini America deal

The Mick is back on cardboard.

Mickey Mantle, the icon of a generation of collectors, will be back on baseball cards soon as Panini America has reached a deal with the estate of the Hall of Famer and former New York Yankee who died in 1995. It will be his first cardboard since 2012 when his family let their deal with Topps expire.

The deal is expected to be formally revealed today with at least one card perhaps coming immediately via the Panini Eternal program, though his sons David and Danny disclosed the deal to Yahoo Sports’ Big League Stew in an interview.

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Kobe Bryant autographs coming to Panini Eternal on Friday


The ink is now Eternal.

Panini America teased a pretty notable arrival to come on Friday as Kobe Bryant autographs will be made available on the Panini Eternal platform of high-end cards.

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Gems are name of game with Brett Favre’s Panini Eternal cards


It’s time for some gems.

Panini America‘s latest lineup in its high-end real-time cardboard program and the 2016-17 Panini Eternal set arrived Monday with something different for the line but one of the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

They’re gem cards of Green Bay Packers great Brett Favre.

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Panini Eternal launches 20-week Kobe Bryant tribute


It’s a Panini Eternal tribute.

Panini America’s high-end real-time cardboard program has added a twist today with the start of a 20-week 2016-17 Panini Eternal Kobe Bryant tribute set.

“Each card will honor one season from Bryant’s decorated two-decade career and many will feature game-worn material, precious gems or autographs,” read a statement from the company. A new card will launch every Friday.

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Lakers legend Kobe Bryant gets latest Panini Eternal spotlight


The Black Mamba gets the nod.

Panini America‘s fourth offering in its high-end real-time cardboard program and the 2016-17 Panini Eternal set was released on Wednesday night with a shooting shirt of former Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant being the showcase piece.

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Kyrie Irving’s NBA Finals jersey makes latest Panini Eternal card

kyrie-eternal-one-of-onePanini Eternal isn’t just about the NFL — it’s about the NBA, too.

Panini America‘s second offering in its high-end real-time cardboard program and the 2016-17 Panini Eternal set was released on Friday with an NBA Finals jersey of Cleveland Cavaliers star Kyrie Irving being the showcase piece.

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Peyton Manning Super Bowl 50 card launches Panini Eternal program

Peyton Manning SB50 Football - 2016 Panini Eternal Memorabilia Card #PE-PM1 - 1/1 – September 7 $2,499.99
Peyton Manning SB50 Football – 2016 Panini Eternal Memorabilia Card #PE-PM1 – 1/1 – September 7 $2,499.99

First there was Panini Instant. Now there’s Panini Eternal.

Panini America has a new take on real-time cardboard and the program was officially unveiled today with the announcement that a Peyton Manning Super Bowl 50 card coming on the heels of the teams’ rematch tomorrow night.

“Just as trading cards themselves continue to evolve, so, too, do the ways in which they’re brought to market. Panini Eternal is on the cutting edge in both regards,” said Mark Warsop, Panini America CEO. “Panini Eternal is about capturing history — game-specific memorabilia from the milestone moments in sports – and sharing it directly with fans and collectors. There’s nothing else quite like it in the NFL collectibles arena and we’re excited to begin this landmark journey with a tribute to Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos and Super Bowl 50.”

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Panini Eternal teases potential higher-end take on real-time cards


First there was Panini Instant. Now there’s Panini Eternal.

Panini America is teasing another take on real-time cardboard via its website with a section for these cards alongside Instant.

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