2012 National Treasures Baseball Anyone?

Thanks to a tweet from Dale Murphy the other week, we discovered Panini is working on a baseball version of National Treasures.  Panini decided to show off a chunk of what this product will look like.  Although we don’t know too much about it, I think we can all agree it will be a high-end product.  I’m not sure if a high-end product can work without logos, but some of this stuff looks good.  Panini seems to have gotten the hint that white works well when it comes to card design.

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These look really great!  Lots of white, no boxed in autograph, and a brightly colored patch.

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Anytime you can incorporate the Hall of Fame building on a high-end card is fine with me.

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I’m not too sure how I feel about the photography when it comes to these cards.  I like the silhouette patches.

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2 Responses

  1. Looks like Panini hit a homerun with the HOF autos….nicely done!

  2. I just can’t get into Panini baseball cards. They have to cut off the top of everyone’s heads so they don’t show the logos. Didn’t they learn how to Photoshop or airbrush? Between Topps sets getting boring and Panini coming out with bad set after bad set I’m sticking totally with vintage now.

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