Razor Entertainment

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Razor Entertainment Group
Former type private LLC
Industry lithographic commercial printing, collectibles
Founded 2005
Founders Brian Gray
Defunct 2010
Headquarters Dallas, Texas, United States
Area served Worldwide
Key people Brian Gray
Products trading cards
Website Razor Entertainment Group

Razor Entertainment Group (colloquially as Razor), founded in 2005, was a private company that produced trading cards and collectibles. Based in Dallas, Texas, it was best known as a producer of baseball cards and other lithographic products.

Company history[edit]

The company was founded in 2005 by Brian Gray in Dallas, Texas.

On July 9, 2008 Razor signed the number one 2008 MLB draft pick, Tim Beckham to an exclusive deal.

In 2010, Gray acquired the rights to the Leaf brand name. Razor was immediately shuttered, and Gray re-launched "Leaf Trading Cards." Leaf continues to produce many of the same kinds of trading card products Razor had made.

Products[edit]

Baseball[edit]

  • 2008 Signature Series
  • 2008 Razor Letterman Baseball

Cut Signature[edit]

  • 2009 Cut Signature Historical Heroes Edition
  • 2009 Cut Signature Sports Icons
  • 2008 Cut Signature Oval Office Edition - Self-proclaimed "the most expensive pack of all time", at an average $2,500 retail-value,[1] it contained 1 card per pack and 1 pack per box. The product came in wooden collector's box numbered to 99 and every card is a 1/1 card encapsulated in a Beckett holder.
  • 2008 Razor Cut Signature Edition
  • 2008 Razor Cut Signature Edition

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