Wednesday, September 19, 2018

REVIEW:2018 Topps Luminaries Baseball

Topps Luminaries returns for another year as a single card high end autograph product.

Last year I pulled a Bernie Williams autograph. Not bad if you are a Yankees fan, but not good for the price.

Let's see if 2018 treated me any better. Take a look!
In every box of 2018 Topps Luminaries baseball. There is one encased autograph or autograph relic per box. Boxes run $200. SO IT'S A BIG GAMBLE!

Here was what I found in my box,

Nolan Ryan is 14/15


 Here are the other hits you can find,
  • Hit Kings Autograph
  • Home Run Kings Autograph
  • Hit Kings Autograph Relics
  • Hit Kings Autograph Patches
  • Home Run Kings Autograph Relics
  • Home Run Kings Autograph Patches
  • Master of the Mound Autograph Relics
  • Master of the Mound Autograph Patches
  • Cut Signature Bat Knob Book Card
  • Home Run Kings Ultimate Book Autograph
  • Master of the Mound Autograph Patch Dual Book
  • Masters of the Mound Ultra Book Autograph
  • Letters Book Autograph
  • The Greatest Book Card Autograph
  • Cut Signatures
  • Cut Signature Relics
  • Home Run Kings Autograph Patch Triple Book
  • Hit Kings Ultra Book Autograph
  • Hit Kings Ultimate Book Autograph
  • Home Run Kings Autograph Patch Dual Book
  • Home Run Kings Autograph Patch Triple Book
  • Hit Kings Autograph Patch Dual Book
OVERALL: My box was much better than last year obviously. The autograph checklist is full of stars but does have a few medium level players sprinkled in. Here is the checklist for Luminaries on link so you can give it a look,
https://www.topps.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/2018-Topps-Luminaries-Baseball-Checklist.pdf

Luminaries has nice looking cards and a product that could definitely pay off if you just want to take the gamble.

Please make sure to take a minute out to thank Topps for providing this box for me to review and to be able to add cards to a future promo.  Follow Topps on all social media sites and visit their SITE, as well. 

7 comments:

  1. Congratulations. Nolan is a solid pull. $200 per pack though. That's a lot of cash.

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    1. It is and quite the risk. Last year I believe it was $250

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  2. Thanks to Topps for the box...Congrats on the Nolan, but $200...ouch!

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    1. Yeah it’s hard to imagine spending that on a mystery card lol

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  3. Nolan Ryan is always a great hit, especially when numbered to 15! Great pull!

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