Look for (3) Signed Cards Per Box!
Leaf is pleased to announce the triumphant return of one of 2011's most exciting trading card sets, Leaf Legends of Sport! Once again, this set features the hobby's greatest autograph checklist of legends and future legends of sport!
Look for signed cards of some of the sports' greatest legends, stars and future legends, including:
Robert Griffin III
Cal Ripken Jr.
Roy Jones Jr.
and over 150 more greats!!!!
Base Autographs: the hobby's most extensive legend autograph checklist of all time with multiple parallels numbered to 10 or less!!!!
AKA Autographs: look for those legends who sport some of the greatest nicknames in sport today with multiple parallels numbered to 10 or less!!!!
Numeration Autographs: look for rare signed cards numbered to the player's jersey number (no parallels besides print plates!)
Award Winners Autographs: signed cards featuring those legends honored with prestigious awards with multiple parallels numbered to 10 or less!
Dual Signatures: this set returns with some of the hobby's coolest multi-signed cards, including the hobby's first everIchiro Suzuki/Albert Pujols dual signed cards.
We are the Champions Autographs: this exciting insert set features those legends who have reached the pinnacle of their sport and captured major championships with multiple parallels numbered to 10 or less.
Remembering the Games Autographs: this popular insert features those athletes representing the USA in the Olympic games with multiple parallels numbered to 10 or less.
Perennial All-Stars Autographs: featuring those players who have landed on multiple all-star teams on their way to legendary status with multiple parallels to 10 or less!
Signature Swatches Autographs: this set features not only the signatures of the legends, but a piece of the very fabric worn on their way to greatness with parallels to 10 or less!
USA MIRACLES BOOKLET CARD: this first ever booklet card features the signatures of 16 members of the 1980 Olympic team, including Mike Eruzione , Jim Craig and many more with parallels to 10 or less.
12 Boxes Per Case, 3 Cards Per Box