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    Help identifying?....

    Hey all I got these cards a bit back and dont really have any idea what they are or what they would have in value. Can anyone shed some light on what they are and a roundabout value? I got them for practically nothing. Thanks for any info.sportscardforum.com
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    I don't know about the Manuel but the Big Ben goes for a couple of bucks while the Eli looks to be a lot rarer.
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    Never seen these before so don't know anything about them, hope you find the answers you are looking for and thanks for sharing.
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    Wow, stumped the experts lol. I'm going to continue to do some digging, but I have turned up nada on all of these.

    Pwaldo, thanks for the info on the Ben, at least.

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    I think the EJ Manuel is a Father Day pack card from Panini. It has their rookie logo on it, and it looks like a card I pulled from those a few years ago. A pink one of a baseball player, don't remember who.

    They look like printing plates, but have blank backs, are not metal, and are not numbered. Although I've seen sellers claim there are only five of each color. I remember seeing several of them back when I was buying a bit of Tebow. A father's day swatch card that had parallels like that. No swatch, and only one color like a printing plate.

    That's my guess. But I have no idea where to look for listings/checklists of Panini's Father's Day , and other promotional cards. But if you can find such a checklist, I bet that Manuel will be there.

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    the ben is 2003 rookie review most go on ebay 1.00 to 2.50

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    I think the EJ Manuel is a Father Day pack card from Panini. It has their rookie logo on it, and it looks like a card I pulled from those a few years ago. A pink one of a baseball player, don't remember who.

    They look like printing plates, but have blank backs, are not metal, and are not numbered. Although I've seen sellers claim there are only five of each color. I remember seeing several of them back when I was buying a bit of Tebow. A father's day swatch card that had parallels like that. No swatch, and only one color like a printing plate.

    That's my guess. But I have no idea where to look for listings/checklists of Panini's Father's Day , and other promotional cards. But if you can find such a checklist, I bet that Manuel will be there.


    Or Black Friday.

    I found the card I was thinking of. It's a Yu Darvish Diamond Kings from 2012 Black Friday packs. It's pink on the front, with a blank back, no number, and nothing else to identify it. The other cards I got from those packs all have a Black Friday logo on them, but not this one.

    So it might be a Black Friday card.

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    Yeah, the plate looks like one of those special releases (Black Friday, Father's Day, Expo, etc). The other 2 are neat too!

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    The Big Ben is a Rookie Review. There was a magazine called Rookie Review and there would be a page of perforated cards like that of athletes from different sports. I used to have a whole page and it had Mia Hamm, Lebron James and a bunch of others such as hockey, baseball, and other sports. The Eli looks like it comes from a similar type magazine.
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    Thanks for info everyone.

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