Finest has been on shelves for less than a week, but one of the biggest cards in the product has been pulled. At a card shop here in Texas, a lucky collector pulled the Robert Griffin III Superfractor on card auto, much to the dismay of all the people who were hoping it was in their box.
Here is the auction:
Im not someone that likes the way the Superfractor pattern looks on a card, but I appreciate its place in the hobby lexicon. This card is impressive to say the least, as the on card auto and sleek design has slowly become one of my favorites of the year. Here are some of the other 1/1s already pulled and posted:
The only other card I could see being worth more than this one, is the Andrew Luck Superfractor, and its more of a comparative card than a superior one. Because there are in upwards of 5 Superfractors per player, it becomes a game of which one collectors want more. Usually the base auto supers reckon back to the Bowman line in similarity, so those tend to be the most valuable. However, there are also patch auto supers, jumbo relic auto supers, base card supers, and then all the other inserts have supers too.
Its only a matter of time before the other cards start to show up, but this one is right up there with the best of the best. Too bad he didnt put an inscription in there like Cam Newton did last year.