2007 Topps Triple Threads Football
If you are looking for an affordable, high-end football product packed with beautiful cards, top-notch players both past and present, and a fair shot at some high-dollar scores, look no further than 2007 Topps Triple Threads Football.
Each box of Triple Threads comes with two individually wrapped packs, with one containing a multi-piece relic and the other containing an autographed multi-piece relic.
All this is yours for just under $200. Can you believe it?
Triple Threads consistently boasts some of the hobby’s best multi-player relics. From Jamarcus Russell to Ben Roethlisberger to John Elway to Dan Marino, they’re all in there.
If you’re looking for autographed relics from immortals such as Jim Brown, Joe Namath, Jerry Rice and Joe Montana—they’re in there!
If you’re looking to pull autographed relics from today’s superstars such as Brett Favre, Tom Brady, Vince Young and Reggie Bush - they’re in there.
If autographed rookie relics tickle your fancy - some of the nicest Adrian Peterson, Calvin Johnson and Brady Quinn’s are in here!
There are also a plethora of serial-numbered parallels including the ultimate pull—“White Whale,” which are case pulls serial-numbered to just “one.”
We were fortunate enough to receive one full box to open from Topps and pulled a couple of really nice cards including a Lorenzo Booker triple patch relic autograph serial-numbered to 10 and a triple relic of Dan Marino, John Elway and Troy Aikman.
Triple Threads packs also contain five base cards, which are all serial-numbered, as well.
We really enjoyed ripping through a box of 2007 Topps Triple Threads football. This product has everything that even the most advanced of collectors can appreciate and enjoy. From serial-numbered base cards to multi-player relics to autographed triple relics.
If you can afford to spend $200 on a box, Triple Threads comes highly recommended from CardsandProspects.
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