Let's see how these two boxes treated me:
First up are the base cards and their parallels. I scored one each numbered to /75, /50 and /25. The DiMaggio is great and the other two are solid.
My two Diamond Kings card as the unnumbered base cards and feature two players I grew up watching. I love the Brett picture, he looks so young.
One each of my two favorite insert sets from this product. I have officially decided to collect these 40 card sets. I have a needs list on my Set Want List page and recently picked up a lot from a seller on COMC, he had pretty reasonable prices and took my offer with them together as a group.
Boom! A gem card of Cubs great Hack Wilson. I don't know the odds of these gem cards or what they sell for on the secondary market but I like the look. Having watched a number of box breaks I would guess these are 1 per 5-10 boxes so this is a nice score.
The high from the gem card was tempered a bit with two duplicate autos. I have several Eck autos in my collection. The Sutton is a nice addition with the numbering /50 and perhaps an upgrade over my other Sutton auto from a different set.
The final card in this box was a big one of the Big Train. A Walter Johnson 1/1! I haven't decided what to do with this card yet. I rarely sell cards on eBay any more and have no idea what I would ask. If I end up at the National, maybe I will take it as trade bait. Those are both possibilities but my money would be on it staying in my collection as it is a beautiful card.
On to Box 2...
Only 2 base cards, both actually parallels /50. Nice to score a Giants card in Cepeda as well. The Yogi card is great, nice posed photo of the swing follow through.
These Crusade cards weren't all that exciting, no PC hits and not any high end HOFers with the possible exception of Dizzy Dean.
A great bounce back with 2 of my player collections represented by the two Diamond King cards. These were both needs and the Diamond King design looks great. After the Dominators and Elite Series get knocked off the want list, this set is a possibility to pursue.
It was nice to score 3 of these inserts in this box. Already had the Mathewson in the Giants collection but it was a need for my new set quest. I was lucky not to pull any duplicates in the boxes I have purchased so far.
Wow! Another Big Train sighting and another gem sighting. I am guessing these boxes came from different cases. This 2 box break gave me my two best Walter Johnson cards.
The first auto is my second Whitey Herzog auto for my collection. I had pulled one from a Panini Cooperstown box a couple years back. Not the greatest pull but I like this design and the Herzog photo is nice.
I am pretty happy with the boxes of 2014 Panini Hall of Fame once again. I am not sure what the resale value of these boxes would be, I am not in it to flip and make money. I am very satisfied with these breaks and enjoy all the cards. My guess is I will probably pick up a couple more during the next round of sales.