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    Panini America Offers Detailed First Look at 2016 Immaculate Football (Preview Gallery)

    When it comes to immaculate receptions, you’d have to go back to Franco Harris and the Pittsburgh Steelers to find one as electrifying as the one Panini America’s Immaculate Football franchise enjoyed when it made its celebrated debut to the trading card hobby in 2014. Two high-flying, hit-filled seasons later, the brand has carved out a loyal following among higher-end football fans and collectors with a recipe steeped in clean aesthetics, an epic autograph roster and some of the industry’s most memorable memorabilia cards.

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    I LOVE the Immaculate brand ... some of the best looking cards around! I had to buy and trade and then trade some more to get the top 4 Jameis 1/1 auto'd RCs out of last year's Immaculate ... and then sadly needed to trade two of those to get an even bigger ticket card, but Immaculate might really be my fave brand of all ... and this year's cards look great!
    I collect true 1/1 autographed RCs of Jameis Winston with my son Hidden Content

    We champions ... through everything that we went through, through all the haters ... we came out victorious. And God did this. I’m so blessed.
    – Jameis Winston, after winning BCS National Championship game

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