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First Look: 2010 Topps Unrivaled Football by Tracy Hackler
July 29, 2010, 4:45 pm
Filed under: Card gallery, First look, NFL | Tags: , ,

Topps officials on Thursday afternoon released preliminary information and images on 2010 Topps Unrivaled Football, a brand new product due out in mid November delivering two rookie autographs and one patch autograph per box.

The rookie autographs are variations of the 50 base RCs and include Platinum hobby-only 1/1s, Red parallels numbered to 10 and Black parallels numbered to 99. Unrivaled also features the hobby-exclusive Six Sigs Rookies book cards and Quad Rookies four-signature book cards (both #’d to 10).

Unrivaled’s autograph patch card roster consists of a base 60-card Patch Relics insert (40 rookies, 20 veterans) paralleled again by Platinum, Red and Black versions. There are also Jumbo Patches (#’d to 15), Dual Jumbo Relics (#’d to 15) and Dual Jumbo Patches (#’d to 10) enticements.

The 150-card set (including 50 RCs numbered to 999) is joined by seven different base parallels, including the veteran-only Unrivaled parallel (one in six packs), and Platinum and Printing Plate hobby-only 1/1s. The base relic offering includes Unrivaled Triple Relics (one legend, one superstar veteran, one rookie), Rookies, Veterans and Greats versions.

As for standard relic- and ink-less inserts, there are four of those, too: Unrivaled (#’d to 299), Rookies (#’d to 199), Greats (#’d to 499) and Veterans (#’d to 999).

Unrivaled also includes the continuation of Topps’ season-long Red Zone Rookie Autographs program with on-card signatures numbered to 100 from the 35 rookies who attended the 2010 NFL Players Rookie Premiere.

Stay tuned to Beckett.com for additional information on this product.

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Looks like a winner to me. Anyone else not missing UD at all this year? Well done Topps, well done!

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