- 3 Memorabilia or Autographs
- 9 Inserts
- 1 Parallel
- 48 Memorabilia or Autographs
- 144 Inserts
- 16 Parallel
- General's Stars from Dwight D. Eisenhower's uniform, #'d to 4.
- Actual pieces of Gold, Silver and Bronze trapped into "Medals" cards, #'d to 1, 5 and 10 respectively.
- US President signatures and memorabilia and exclusive
- US Women's Soccer Team autographs and memorabilia.
- USA Signature Materials #'d 99
- USA Medals Gold #'d 1
- Summer or Winter Signature Materials #'d 99
- Military Elite Signature #'d 99
- US Women's National Soccer Teammates Materials #'d 99
- Historical Signature Material #'d 4
Dick Fosbury, creator of the "Fosbury Flop" brought home the gold medal in high jump at the 1968 Summer Games and revolutionized the sport in the process. Featuring signatures personally worn memorabilia, these cards are numbered to 99.
US WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAMMATES MATERIALS
Dual materials cards exclusively highlighting pairs of the elite athletes from the current US Women's Soccer Team. Each numbered to 99, this card features Goalkeeper Hope Solo and Forward Alex Morgan.
USA MEDALS GOLD
July 23, 1996, a badly-injured Kerri Strug must perform one more vault to guarantee Gold in the all-around for the American Gymnastics Team. Featuring a real piece of gold, this card is numbered to one.
ELITE SIGNATURES MILITARY
Limited to 99, this autographed card features Dr. Roscoe Brown, a Tuskegee Airmen who served as squadron commander during World War II. During the war, Captain Brown was one of fifteen pilots who shot down the advanced German Me-262 jet fighter.
HISTORICAL SIGNATURE MATERIALS
Celebrating his legacy as a United States General, these amazing cards will pair one of the stars from his uniform alongside a cut signature from Dwight D. Eisenhower. Four cards, numbered to four.
Launching on June 18, 1983, Challenger's second mission was a first for America - it carried a female astronaut. Numbered to 249, this autographed card celebrates Mission Specialist Sally Ride's groundbreaking trek.
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