I'll post the cards I got in separate parts to keep things more organized. Here is what I ended up with from the two 2010 Panini Century Collection boxes:
James Cagney, Hollywood Materials Souvenir Stamps stamp-wool thing, #'d 021/250. This is the third time I've pulled this card; it is currently listed on Ebay. I think the material is part of a scarf or a sweater. I did not want this card, as I've owned one at two previous times, but it fell to me in the draft.
That's a nice hue of blue. Bette Davis, stamp-relic, #'d 020/250. I have never actually seen any of Davis' films, but it is still nice to have a relic card of an American screen and stage legend. What I have seen are her hand prints at Grauman's Chinese though. Does that count?
Deion Sanders jersey swatch, #'d 16/25. Seems pretty rare for a standard base jersey card variation. I think the swatch is from a Reds uniform? There are no multi-sport pro dudes anymore, which is disappointing. I was always delighted to pull Deion Sanders or Bo Jackson cards in my youth. Michael Jordan too, naturally. Pinstripe!
Steve Cauthen, Sports Souvenir Stamps stamp-auto, #'d 26/66. I have a shifting fascination with horse racing, horses, and jockeys. There has never been a catalyst for me to become full on obsessed with horse racing though. However, I could easily see myself following and also betting on it. On the one hand, I really enjoyed the time I went with my girlfriend to watch the races at Golden Gate Fields in Berkeley. On the other hand, my main interest in horses is that I want to eat one. So there's that.
Lou Brock, Souvenir Stamps on-card autograph with relic, #'d 04/10. Hall of Famer, two-time World Champion, broke Ty Cobb's stolen base record, 3,000 hit club, 2nd all-time in bases stolen, annoyed Koufax, never booed, and probably a super cool dude. Unfortunate that he played for the Cubs and Cardinals and not his boyhood favorites, the Dodgers.
I might run a contest to give away some of the cards I received after I finish posting the rest of my group break haul. Thanks to Dan at The Other World for running the break!