Tuesday, November 15, 2011

2011 Panini Crown Royale Football Box Break Recap and Review

2011 seems to be the year of the die-cut.  A resurgence of interest in a departure from the standard 2.5 by 3.5 rectangular card has hit collectors.  The best example you will find is in the Crown Royale line of cards.  2011 Panini Crown Royale Football is a visual feast making this a great set for a superior NFL rookie class.

Panini Crown Royale Football falls into our premium cards category.  Each box contains 4 packs with 6 cards each with a promise of four autograph or memorabilia cards.

Here are the cards we pulled from the box.

 Base Cards
 Jason Witten, Front and Back

 Mike Williams, Mike Goodson

 Chris Johnson, Justin Forsett

Rookie Cards
 Mike Pouncey, Kealoha Pilares

 Jarvis Jenkins, Greg Salas

Johnny White Blue Parallel #/100

Von Miller Crown Jewel Rookies

 Keith Jackson and Daniel Thomas Rookie Royalty

 Die-cut inserts - Brian Urlacher Knights of the Gridiron, Bo Scafe Majestic

Patrick Willis All Pros

 Ansante Samuel Calling All Captains, Braylon Edwards The Zone

 Aaron Rodgers Kings of the NFL, Sterling Sharpe Living Legends

The Hits

 Rookie Royalty Materials #/299 of Edmond Clyde Gates and Shane Vereen

 Julio Jones RPS Rookie Gold Die-Cut Signature Prime Materials #/299

A.J. Green RPS Rookie Blue Die-Cut Signature Prime Materials #/50

Overall Look
These are some of the best-looking cards produced each year and this set is no exception.  Sophisticated design with nice foil accents and fabulous die-cuts. 

Quality and Variety of Players
This checklist gives you a little of everything with nice rookie prospecting, established veterans and greats of the game. 

Do the Hits satisfy?
A wide variety of desirable autos and great die cut jumbo patch rookie on-card autos, you bet they satisfy.

Will you keep coming back for more?
Crown Royale is worthy of multiple box purchases.

5 out of 5

2011 Panini Crown Royale Football is a visual treat and full of desirable hits.

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