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Chromium Cover Cards Edition 1Released Fall, 1995By: Sports Time, Inc.
Production: 1500 cases, 2500 binder sets One promo sheet, one promo poster
96 Regular Cards#1-#100Various Playboy Covers
100 Parallel Refractor Cards#1R-#100R
4 Checklists7 cards Spell "PLAYBOY"
Chase or Insert cards
A refractor card is similar to a hologram card in
 card sets, the card looks similar to a regular card
 but reflects light slightly differently in the back-
 ground.  All refractor cards have an R in front of 
 the card number on the card back.  

      *  18 card refractor subset 
         (1:12 packs)
      *  1 Redemption card for another 12 card 
           refractor subset (1:432 packs)
      * 70 refractor cards available only in 
           factory set or through binder offer
           on all foil packs
      *  7 Checklist Cards which Spell the word
           Playboy redeemable for four card
           press sheet and drawing for trip to 
           Playboy Mansion

      *  1 Empty Binder offer card (box topper)

There were no autographs in this edition

Notes: Sports Time issued Factory binder sets and 2500 Factory binder sets were released to Playboy Catalog. There were no autographs or Jumbo cards released with this edition although later several cards were signed by Hugh Hefner, Elke Jeinsen and Anne Marie Goddard. Approximately 6 months after the inital release, Playboy Catalog offered a premium with the purchase of Chromium 1 binder sets: Centerfold Collectors card autographs of Ellen Michaels, Lisa Sohm, and Julie Peterson. These autographs were not numbered or authenticated and were shipped in a cellophane wrapper.