Yes, there are many other brands I look forward to the release of, but none of them hits closer to home than Chrome. I have been buying Chrome since 1996 when Topps released the first line. It has always stood the test of time in my collection and without a doubt is my most sought after.
Why? Well it's chromed. And it has shiny stuff. So let's take a look at how I did in my 2019 break of this.
Before I move on, I must mention that there are also 25 base card variations. I didn't pull one in thsi break as they fall 1:247 packs.
Now onto my favorite part of Chrome, the refractors!
Other refractors you can find throughout the chrome line include,
Sepia,Pink,Negative, Purple /299, Blue /150, Green /99, Blue Wave /75,Gold /50, Gold Wave /50 ,Orange /25, Orange Wave /25, Red /5, Red Wave /5, SuperFractor 1/1, and Printing Plates 1/1.
Now onto the shiny inserts. Most if not all have the following parallels, Green /99, Gold /50, Orange /25, Red /5, and SuperFractor 1/1.
Now onto my autograph pulls. I never have any luck with these and it continues. I must also remind you that I don't bust Chrome for the hits, I bust it for the inserts/base/refractors.
Other hits not found in my box include,
- Dual Rookie Autographs
- 1984 Topps Baseball Autographs
- 1999 Topps Chrome Baseball Autographs
- Freshman Flash Autographs Set
- Future Stars Autographs
- Debut Gear Relics
- Debut Gear Relic Autographs
Once again, the fun came with another break of Chrome. I didn't hit it big, but as I have mentioned on here many times, it's not about the big hits for me. It's about the memories.
So if you want in on a box break of this product without paying box prices, I suggest Midwest Box Breaks as they pull fire!
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