Release Date: 8-29-12
1 pack per box. 1 card per pack.
Why the Hall Not? This is a
simple question that in baseball circles ignites massive debates.
Historic Autographs hope to continue these debates by including
qualified players - alongside those enshrined - to inspire collectors to
argue who could and should be truly hallowed.
- (250) 12-Box Cases Produced - Very Limited
- Each Box Is Serial Numbered (To 3,000) - there is no overrun
- Check List Includes 125 HOFers & 75 Potential Inductees
- Dual Autograph Cards Average 1:10
- All Autos Are Authenticated By PSA/DNA
- Cross-Product Loyalty Rewards & Buyback Programs
- Look For A Joe Jackson/Pete Rose Dual Autograph With First Names Only
Highlights include Lou Gehrig, Roberto Clemente, Jimmie Foxx, Mel Ott,
Mickey Mantle, Gil Hodges and Roger Maris, Derek Jeter, Ichiro Suzuki,
Albert Pujols, Greg Maddux and Pedro Martinez.
- unlike most sports in America - uses comparable statistics to link
players from different eras, allowing for banter and discussion of all
those worthy of enshrinement in the hallowed halls of Cooperstown.
Historic Autographs will issue a product that begs the simple question,
"Why the Hall Not?" The 200-subject release will include (125) Hall of
Fame players and (75) players that could or should be elected. The lure
of this issue will be the TWO Joe Jackson autographs but the great finds
do not end there as HA has included Lou Gehrig, Roberto Clemente,
Jimmie Foxx, Mel Ott, Mickey Mantle, Gil Hodges and Roger Maris and a
plethora of modern players such as Jeter, Ichiro, Pujols, Maddux and
Martinez. The product is limited to 3,000 numbered boxes, making the
rate of "pull" for an authentic Joe Jackson autograph 1 in 1,500. No
product has ever offered a pair of Shoeless Joe signatures and Historic
Autographs hopes all that purchase this issue enjoy it as much as we
have putting it together.
Dual autograph cards will be inserted
at a rate of 1 per 10 boxes. These dual signature cards will have a
non-HOFer paired with a comparable HOFer. There is one exception; Joe
Jackson and Pete Rose will be together in a dual autograph card for
obvious reasons (this features just their first names only).