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First Look: 2010 Topps Supreme Football by Tracy Hackler
September 18, 2010, 1:15 am
Filed under: Card gallery, First look, NFL, Topps | Tags: , ,

On the heels of releasing 2010 Topps Platinum Football and just days before the launch of 2010 Topps Finest Football, company officials on Friday unveiled preliminary information and images teasing 2010 Topps Supreme Football, the company’s new high-end, hit-per-pack product due out in January.

Supreme promises one “low-numbered autograph, autograph relic or relic card” in every four-card pack/box. According to the product’s promotional materials, each 16-pack case of Topps Supreme will yield  three Autograph Relics, two autographed Rookie Cards, one single autograph, one multi-player autograph, an additional autograph from that lineup and eight memorabilia cards.

As you might imagine, Supreme features a savory ensemble of tantalizing book cards highlighted by three unique Eight Autograph cards numbered to 5. Other book cards are used for Autographed Six-Piece Relics (numbered to 25 with a 1/1 Patch version), Autographed Double Jumbo Relics (numbered to 10 with a 1/1 Patch parallel) and Eight Piece Relics (numbered to 25 with Patch and  Blue parallels numbered to 1 and 10, respectively).

Aside from the aforementioned impressive autographed inserts, Supreme also features such other ink-graced highlights as cut-signature 1/1s honoring members of the Hall of Fame, single-signed Rookie, Retired and Veteran cards numbered to 75 and Six, Quad, Triple and Dual Autographs numbered to anywhere from 5 to 25 with parallel versions numbered to as low as 1.

Supreme also marks the continuation of Topps’ season-long, on-card Red Zone Rookie Autographs program.

Every card in the base set is numbered to 599 and is paralleled by Blue (#’d to 199), Black (#’d to 99), Green (#’d to 20) and Violet (#’d to 10) versions as well as Platinum and Framed Printing Plate 1/1s.

Stay tuned to for additional information.


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Not sold on the color scheme/design, but the layout is neat. I like the dual jersey/auto combination and layout though. Very clean and organized.

Comment by Ken R.

Becareful Topps Finest, Platinum, now Supreme you are getting like Upper Deck and having a set for everyword in the Dictionary.

Comment by john bateman

The auto frames are terrible for this set…

Why would you cram an already small area with an indention? All your’e is accomplishing hiding the ink..



Comment by themojohand

All your accomplishing is hiding the ink ( I mean).

I got a little to ahead of myself on that comment..

Comment by themojohand

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