Panini Enters WNBA Card Market
Sports Card Monthly|October 2019
2019 Donruss WNBA basketball cards marks a new hobby beginning for the league.

This marks the first WNBA set from Panini America. That said, there are some nods to the league’s past with Pinnacle, a line now under the Panini umbrella.

At the hobby level, the set takes on a jumbo format with 30 cards per pack and four packs per box. Autographs land two per hobby box and inserts are plentiful as well.

2019 DONRUSS WNBA BASE SET BASICS

The base set clocks in at 100 cards. Of those, the vast majority (88 to be exact) are WNBA veterans. A dozen draft picks round things out in true Donruss fashion under the Rated Rookie banner.

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