Topps has released information regarding its 2011 Bowman Sterling Football cards, set to release in December.
The higher end product will feature six packs per box and eight boxes to a case with a total of six autographs per box, according to Topps. Each five-card pack contains two Rookie Base Cards, one Autograph or Auto-Relic Card, and two Relic Cards. A Rookie Refractor Card replaces a Rookie Base Card when inserted. Every case will include one Dual-Auto Relic Card.
Autographed cards will come four to a box and include 60 different players, with what Topps is calling a mix of rookies and veterans including four levels of shorter-printed refractor parallels that have become standard among Topps’ high-end products. There will be 1-1 Superfractors and Printing Plates as well. New this year are Pulsar Refractors.
In addition to the 1-1’s, the product’s big prizes will include quad rookie autograph book cards and even a book containing six rookie autographs. Both will be numbered to five.
There will also be 35 autographed relic rookie cards (two per box) including the aforementioned parallels.
There are ten autographed veteran relic cards and 36 Red Zone Rookie Autographs.
Boxes will cost dealers around $205 each. Take a look at some of the preview images below.