If that doesn't sound interesting to you, check it out by reading on!
The base set captures the designs from 1959, 1977 and 1981 Topps. The base set has rookies, veterans and legends involved as well.
There are also throwback subsets in the base set as well.
Overall there are 300 cards to collect in the base set. With the subsets adding on as cards 301-320.
There are also base card short prints. None that I pulled or found in my break. Here are the CMP code breakdowns.
- 1959 ends in #307
- 1977 ends in #314
- 1981 ends in #320
- 1959 ends in #326
- 1977 ends in #326
- 1981 ends in #326
Inserts that can be found in Topps Archives include,
Topps Rookie History. There are 25 cards to collect with 5 short prints. There are also foil parallels and those include, Purple /150, Green /99, Blue /50, Red /10, and Gold 1/1.
1993 Coming Attractions showcasing all of those rookies in 1993 classic design. There are 20 cards to collect.
1981 Future Stars throwback insert. 10 cards to collect.
The Sandlot has 11 cards to collect. I got three just need to hunt down the other 8 now.
Now onto the autographs.
There are different forms of autographs to find. Fan Favorites like this Orlando Merced captures those names you collected back then and wanted to see a return of now.
And this Topps Rookie History autograph of Roberto Alomar captured in his rookie card design. This card is numbered to 99.
Other hits not found in my box but could be in yours includes,
- The Sandlot Autographs
- Coming Attractions Autographs
- 1993 Topps All Star Dual Autographs
- Topps Originals Autographs
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