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2003 NetPro Anna Kournikova Blue Dress #10B

Original press release from NetPro:

“At NetPro we recently announced that the 2003 NetPro Premier Edition had an
Anna Kournikova #10 Card that was pulled from the set in the very beginning
stages of production. The reason the card was pulled is because it was
learned by NetPro that Adidas had used that original #10 picture for an
advertising campaign. Now, the pulled #10 Anna Kournikova is causing quite
a frenzy among collectors in the trading card hobby. Two of these pulled
cards have surfaced in on-line auctions and each sold for over $250. We
have since received emails from interested collectors in search of this rare
card, asking if there is a distinction between the boxes that potentially
have this card and those boxes that do not. We have informed those
collectors that there is no distinction between two such boxes. All we can
accurately say is that we believe less than 100 of these pulled cards
reached Foil Pack Boxes. With that said, this scarce card is sure to be a
treasure to anyone who happens to pull one from a 2003 Premier Edition Foil
Pack Box.”

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  1. December 20, 2014 at 2:51 am

    I have 3 of these and a graded by PSA one of the Anna 10a with the wrong # on the back. I have uncovered ZERO info on that card. Its the card where the image is sideways and she is doing the splits in mid air.

    • December 20, 2014 at 5:19 am

      Can you send us a scan. We’ll see what we can come up with.

  1. March 1, 2015 at 12:43 am

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