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No breaks of my own yet, but here are some inserts pulled by dealers:

http://sketchcardsaloon.wordpr...eginnings-has-begun/

Gorgeous stuff.
 
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Will have my case no later than Friday morning. Smile
 
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A dealer friend of mine sent me his two case breakdown to post. So here goes:

9 Holograms
14 Sketch Cards
4 Printing Plates
2 Comic Book Panel Cards
9 Autograph Cards
5 Die Cut chase Sets 1 Set Missing 1 card (plus singles)
2 Prime Chase sets 2 Sets missing 2 Cards (plus set missing 10)
11 Breakthrough sets 1 Set Missing 4 Numbers
7 Cards sets from sorted 1st case (best you can make)
 
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As promised here are my major pulls from one case of this product:

Autographs: Len Wein, Mark Bright, Steve McNiven Dual Autograph: Dan Green Tom Orzechowski Comic Art Card is an image taken from a, "The Amazing Spider-Man #9 card is numbered 26/68

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I decided to give this product a try and there were good and bad aspects to it. I purchased four boxes and got four sketches, two holograms and two autographs. Made at least two base sets, a full set of the comic cover inserts, and about 3/4 of the X-Men die-cuts, and 2/3 of the foil set. Collation was a bit odd, I got an autograph in my first box, 3 sketch cards (one was a two card puzzle) and a hologram in my second box, a sketch in my third box, and an autograph and hologram in the last box. I agree with comments about having a larger base set being a good concept, and the sketches were well done. Unfortunately, the holograms are not anything special, as so with the other standard inserts, just ok, nothing of great interest. I did not care for the base set overall, I think RA does these sets better. The autographs are ok also, but not overly exciting. I didn't pull a printing plate or cut comic card, they are fine, interesting, but I suspect each is about one per case. I don't think I will but anymore, but I will most likely give future products a shot. (note - the first card pictured is an AP and was not pack-pulled, it was in my sheet that I scanned along with my pack pulled sketches).

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Hey you pulled my Two Card puzzle of the Champions. Good going.
 
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Batman got lucky on that one! That's a nice puzzle and it's cool that it went to a single collector. I wonder if they stuck together in the sketch chute or if Upper Deck seeded them together on purpose?
Nice work, Justice41, is your name Cover?

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Batman got lucky on that one! That's a nice puzzle and it's cool that it went to a single collector. I wonder if they stuck together in the sketch chute or if Upper Deck seeded them together on purpose?
Nice work, Justice41, is your name Cover?

Thanks and Yes it is.
 
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Im looking for any sketches by James Riot if anyone has some they want to trade

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