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First look: 2010 Certified football cards by Chris Olds
August 17, 2010, 3:28 pm
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Panini America released the basic product information and preview images for one of its annual staples on Tuesday, 2010 Certified, which will arrive in late October.

The $10-a-pack product will include two autographs and two memorabilia cards in every 10-pack box and there also will be six insert cards per box — two each from Mirror Parallels, standard inserts and two rookies numbered to 999 or less.

Every 24-box case will be broken into three mini cases, each with one “Platinum Hot Box” inside with all base cards inside numbered to 999 or less.

The base set will consist of 150 cards, while there will be 35 Freshman Fabric Rookies limited to 699 copies.

Among the autograph highlights are material Rookie Cards “Freshman Fabric” — a lineup that will include Sam Bradford, C.J. Spiller, Ryan Matthews, Dez Bryant and Tim Tebow, while there will also be signed material cards (Mirror Gold, Emerald and Black Legends, Fabric of the Game and Shirt Off My Back) for the likes of Emmitt Smith, Jerry Rice, Joe Namath, Jim Brown, Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana

Al always, there will also be Mirror Material Gold, Emerald and Black cards featuring prime swatches. Each will be numbered to 25 or less.

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

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WOW. Those look like garbage.

Comment by autographreport

Beautiful design. Well done, Panini. Good to see an ethical company making great looking cards.

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