After seven years away from the hobby, Titanium Hockey returns in April. As in the past, rookies cards will be limited to the jersey number of the player represented.
Panini Limited Baseball will feature two autographed cards per seven-card pack and bring back “Button” cards.
New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin is perhaps the most talked about person in the U.S. the past week. And all of the attention is leading to unbelievable prices for his trading cards.
The deal grants Panini America the trading cards rights to use all Hall of Fame inductees as well as all Hall of Fame marks, artifacts and induction ceremony images in six of the company’s baseball card sets per year.
Panini and Gordie Howe have agreed to a new trading card deal, so look for Howe cards in upcoming products. Plus he’s at the NHL Fan Fest today.
Eli Manning might be playing in the Super Bowl, but big brother Peyton is getting a special 10-card set from Panini as part of the NFL Experience.
Panini will be in Ottawa for the NHL All-Star game, offering some great hockey product and a wrapper redemption program filled with autographs and patch cards.
Blake Griffin, the Los Angeles Clippers star player, recently had his National Treasures signed rookie card go on the block. It sold for – get ready – $38,000.
From now until March, collectors can win prizes at hobby shops participating in the NHL Player of the Day promotion hosted by Panini and the NHLPA. More than 300 hobby shops are expected to participate.
As the exclusive trading card partner for the NBA, Panini has the market to itself. The company is resting on its laurels, announcing its plans for 2012, which include five products and special rookie cards.