2010 Panini Century Collection Box Break & Review

Design: Photobucket

One thing that will stick out to collectors is the photography.  Panini dug up some unique photos that you won’t find on a lot of cards.  Its an innovative way of making baseball cards without having an MLB license.

The stamps look really great within a high-end product like this.  They’re fun to look at and they add a little something extra to the card.

Price: Photobucket

I’m not going to lie, Century Collection isn’t within everyones price range.  A single box will cost around $180.00.  Given the amount of hits you receive, the price isn’t that outstanding.  I’m sure there are other products out on the market that cost the same, but yield much less.

Hit Quality: Photobucket

Each box will contain (6) hits.  (5) of them will be in a clear pack, and (1) will be on the bottom of the box encased within a plastic holder.  I pulled the following:

  • Jim Rice “Blast From The Past” Jersey #’ed/250
  • Nat “King” Cole “Music Materials” Relic #’ed/250
  • Dan Issel ” Sports Souvenir Stamps” Auto/Relic #’ed/10
  • Pete Rose “Air Mail” Bat #’ed/250
  • Dick Gordon  “Astronauts Souvenir Stamps” Relic #’ed/250
  • Reggie Jackson “Postcards” 2-Color Patch/Auto #’ed/10

Overall: Photobucket

Overall, I give 2010 Panini Century Collection 4 mailboxes out of 5 (1=poor & 5=perfect).  If your looking for a unique high-end product to bust, I’d suggest trying a box.  It has a wide array of sports figures and celebrities.  I love the postage theme throughout this product.  A large portion of the hobby is conducted over the internet and through the mail.  I think its totally appropriate to have a theme like this.

2 Responses

  1. I wish I could afford stuff like this as the mix of athletes from multiple sports is something I like. You did pretty good on your box! I watch all your videos as you are always one of the first people to do them.

  2. I agree………the postage/stamps theme is a great concept!

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