My Top 2016 Topps Heritage Hits

One week ago, I created my annual Topps Heritage pyramid along with a good friend of mine. Each year, we get together and open several cases. 

  

This year, I opened up four cases of 2016 Topps Heritage and these are the best of what I pulled out of packs (and have not sold already). Click on any image to view more details about the card or to see larger images or to buy/bid on it.

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2016 Topps Heritage is LIVE!!!

2016 Topps Heritage is now out everywhere! There is a lot of information and swirling rumors about the product so I am going to break it down for you. Here is what you should know about the Hobby edition of 2016 Topps Heritage....

BASE CARDS

2016 Topps Heritage consists of 425 base cards in the set and are numbered from 1 through 425. These cards are patterned after the iconic 1967 Topps cards -- which were released in packs 50 years ago!

  

SHORT PRINT CARDS

Short print cards are a bit more challenging to complete as a set than regular base cards because they are harder to find in packs. One short print card can be found in every three packs on average. There are 75 cards in the short print set and are numbered 426 through 500.

  

NEW AGE PERFORMERS INSERTS

The New Age Performers insert set consists of 20 cards of the greatest young talents in baseball. Players include Bryce Harper, Kris Bryant, and Kyle Schwarber. This is the hardest of the four basic insert sets to complete due to the size of the set. One can expect to find a New Age Performer insert card in every eight packs.

THEN AND NOW INSERTS

The Then and Now insert set has 10 cards in the set. Each card features a player from the past with a player from the past and the back of the card provides some statistical analysis of the two players. There are pairings such as Jim Bunning/Clayton Kershaw, Roberto Clemente/Miguel Cabrera, and Carl Yastrzemski/Nolan Arenado. One of these cards can be found in every ten packs on average.

  

NEWS FLASHBACKS INSERTS

The News Flashbacks insert set showcases events that occurred back in 1967. There are 10 cards in the set and you can expect to find two per box on average. Some of the cards in this set include Evel Knievel, Jimmy Hoffa, and Ronald Reagan.

  

BASEBALL FLASHBACKS INSERTS

There are 10 cards in the Baseball Flashback insert set. Just like with the News Flashbacks inserts, one can expect to find two of these in a box. These cards take us back to a baseball event that occurred in 1967. These cards include Bob Gibson, Rod Carew, and Tom Seaver.

  

CHROME BASE VARIATION

The Chrome Base Variation cards have been a fan favorite in Topps Heritage releases since 2001. This year's version is sequentially numbered to just 999 copies each. There are 100 cards in the set making it a real challenge to complete. Chromes can be found 1 in 25 packs. The player checklist is pretty strong and includes the following: Kris Bryant, Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, and Buster Posey.

  

CLUBHOUSE COLLECTION RELICS

Clubhouse Collection Relics are highly collected by game-used jersey card collectors, player and team collectors, and set collectors. Each card features an actual piece of fabric or piece of bat used in a MLB baseball game. There are 54 different cards in this year's set. These cards are seeded one on every 33 packs so if you are looking for a challenging set to complete, this would definitely be one. Players in this set include Kris Bryant, Buster Posey, and Ichiro.

  

CHROME BASE REFRACTOR VARIATIONS

The Chrome Base Refractor Variations are very similar to the Chrome Base Variations except they are sequentially numbered to 567 copies each and are a lot shinier due to the fact that they refract light. These cards are collected by master set collectors and always prove to be a real challenge. Just like the regular chromes, there are 100 cards in the set. Chrome Refractors can be found one in every 43 packs.

  

ACTION IMAGE VARIATIONS

Action Image Variation cards are back in this year's Heritage. These cards feature players "in action" whether they are stealing a base or swinging a bat. They are a little tougher to find in packs as a collector should expect to find approximately one per box on average. There are most likely 25 cards in the set and players include Billy Hamilton, Buster Posey, and Yasiel Puig.

  

GUM STAIN DAMAGE VARIATIONS

This insert is my least favorite but yet it is back for another year. These cards are simply base cards but the back have "gum stains" on them. You can actually smell bubble gum on the cards. To me it is no big deal and I do not collect them. But I do like to sell them because they do command more than they should in my opinion.

  

MINI BASE VARIATIONS

Mini cards are back in Topps Heritage again! These cards are smaller than their base counterparts. There are 100 cards in the set and each card is serially numbered to 100 copies each. The lineup is strong and includes the following players: Kris Bryant, Ichiro, Bryce Harper, and Mike Trout.

  

BANNER TEXT COLOR SWAP VARIATIONS

The Banner Text Color Swap Variation cards are back for collectors to collect. There are most likely 25 of these inserts. These variation cards are rather difficult to pull from packs. A collector can expect to find about two per case on average.

  

REAL ONE AUTOGRAPHS

This is my favorite insert to collect. These cards feature real signatures on the cards -- the way autographed cards should be. These cards can be found in one per 142 packs which is roughly two per case. There are 50 cards in the set and feature many rookies and two Hall of Famers -- Nolan Ryan and Al Kaline.

  

CHROME BASE BLACK REFRACTOR VARIATIONS

These Chrome Base Black Refractor Variations are the most popular Chromes over the years. Serially numbered to just 67 copies each, these cards are rare pulls from packs as a collector can expect to find one in 359 packs. That is more than a case! There are 100 black chrome refractors in the set and feature some big names: Kris Bryant, Mike Trout, and Bryce Harper just to name a few.

  

CLUBHOUSE COLLECTION GOLD RELIC

The Clubhouse Collection Gold Relic cards are just like the regular version except that the card features a gold bolder and the cards are serially numbered to just 99 copies each. These cards are tough to find in packs as one would have to open 405 packs on average to get one.

  

RED BACK BASE CARD VARIATIONS

These cards are ultra rare to find in packs! There are only 10 copies of each card. The backs of the card feature red ink instead of green and really stand out. These cards are best for player and team collectors. Not so much for set collectors as it would be practically impossible to collect all 500 of them since there are so few of them (1 per 481 packs) and command a premium.

  

REAL ONE RED INK AUTOGRAPHS

These autographed inserts are also referred to as Real One Special Editions. Each card is signed in red and numbered to 67 copies each. These cards are very difficult to find -- approximately one per 589 packs on average.

  

CHROME BASE GOLD REFRACTOR VARIATION

The gold refractors were introduced a couple of years ago and collectors really like them. They are similar to the black refractors except they are gold and they are serially numbered to just five copies each. This means that they are much harder to find in packs -- one per 1,618 packs on average.

  

1967 US POSTAL STAMP RELICS

These relic cards feature a baseball player along with a US postage stamp that was issued in 1967. There are 20 cards in the set and include greats such as Tom Seaver, Willie Mays, and Brooks Robinson. Each card is serially numbered to just 50 copies each and one can expect to open 2,404 packs on average before finding one.

  

1967 MINT COIN RELIC CARDS

The coin cards are back with 2016 Topps Heritage. Collectors can find the following coins at these rates:

Nickel - 1 per 2,698 packs on average

Dime - 1 per 5,396 packs on average

  
Quarter - 1 per 16,074 packs on average

Half Dollar - 1 per 154,311 packs on average

  
There are a total of 50 different coin cards across all denominations. Players include the following: Al Kaline, Mike Trout, Buster Posey, and Bryce Harper.

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2016 Topps Heritage Ultimate PREVIEW!!

2016 Topps Heritage releases on March 2nd so I thought it would be a good idea to give a detailed preview of my favorite brand of baseball cards. Now I know it seems a long way off but these release dates have a way of sneaking up on us. Besides, it is NEVER too early to talk about Topps Heritage!  The 2016 Topps Heritage series is patterned after the iconic design from 50 years ago -- 1967 Topps.  Does anyone remember seeing these wax boxes on store shelves?  Well, back then you could buy a box for a mere $1.20.  Today, if you can even find one of these in mint condition with all 24 unopened packs, it would cost you around $20,000!

1967 Topps Box

Topps Heritage has been pretty predictable each year as to what one should expect. Collectors are used to seeing the following: base set of 425 cards, plus 75 shortprints, plus the same four insert sets (New Age Performers, News Flashbacks, Baseball Flashbacks, and Now/Then) along with the same combos of Clubhouse Collection Relics and Real One Autographs year in and year out. Also, collectors are used to the same parallels of chrome, chrome refractors, and black bordered refractors although recently Topps has added gold refractors numbered to five to make things a little more interesting.

Topps announced that the base set will once again consist of 425 base cards along with the standard 75 shortprints falling one per three packs.  Rookie stars are base cards that pair two rookies on the same card.  This is patterned after what Topps did back in 1967 with two other famous rookie cards!

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Base cards can be found in seven different types of parallels:  Mini, Red Back, Chrome, Chrome Refractor, Black Chrome Refractor, Gold Chrome Refractor, and Purple Chrome Refractors. Collectors have really taken a liking to mini cards which became extremely popular in Topps Allen & Ginter. This will also be true in Heritage as mini cards will be found there as well. Mini cards usually are serially numbered to 100 copies each and I would believe that to be the case this year.  The second type of parallel are red back cards.  All 500 base cards will be paralleled with a red back version.  This version will be tough to find in packs and if history repeats itself, there will be 10 copies of each base card available. Other types of base parallels are the typical chromes that collectors have gotten to know over the years -- Chrome (#ed to 999), Chrome Refractors (#ed to 567), Black Refractors (#ed to 67), and the recently added Gold Refractors (#ed to 5).  Gold refractors can only be found in hobby boxes.  Purple refractors are like an added bonus for case busters.  One box per case will have what is called a "hot box" in which each pack will have a purple refractor card.  These cards are not serially numbered like the other kinds of refractors are.  Purple refractors can be found in both hobby and retail.

Topps has also announced that there will be some interesting variation cards to be found. Action Image variation cards feature a different photo and will only be found in hobby packs. There will be 25 cards in the checklist and these are usually found about one per box although exact odds have not yet been released.  There will also be team name color variations -- cards that will have different colors to make them stand out more and will be different looking than the regular issue team cards. There are also 25 cards in this checklist and are historically about twice as hard to pull in comparison to the Action Image variations.  Also, Topps will have 20 Throwback Uniform Variation cards.  These cards will feature star players wearing a uniform from the past.  Most likely Topps will have some unannounced super short prints for collectors to chase.  Super short prints are very scarce and are highly collected by those who think they must have them in order for their Heritage set to be complete.

There will also be four main insert sets that collectors have been used to lately.  They are:   New Age Performers, News Flashbacks, Baseball Flashbacks, and Now & Then.  The New Age Performers insert set will contain 20 cards and has historically been the toughest basic insert to set to complete based on the larger number of cards (20).  These cards will feature modern day players.  The News Flashbacks and Baseball Flashbacks insert sets will have ten cards in each set and will take us back in time to 1967 and give us a highlight from that year.

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The Now & Then inserts (which have been called Then & Now for many years until recently) contain 10 cards in the set.  Each card will pair up a current player with one that played in 1967 and usually will compare the stats of each player.

Will 2016 Topps Heritage have relic cards? Well of course! Clubhouse Collection relics makes its annual return with their usual lineup of basic relic cards.  Generally, the lineup is rather weak as far as player selection goes but the checklist is rather large. Plus, for the fourth year in a row, Clubhouse Collection relics can be found in a gold parallel. These parallels will be serially numbered to 99 copies each.

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There will also be dual relics as well.  These cards will be numbered to just 67 copies each.  And if this isn't enough for you, you can also look for triple relics numbered to 25 and quad relics numbered to 10.

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Another popular relic card type that made its debut in 2011 and will return again this year are coin cards. This year's edition is called '67 Mint and features a 1967 coin embedded onto a card.  Coin cards are only found in hobby packs.  Collectors can find the following varieties:  Nickel (serially numbered to 15), Dime (serially numbered to 10), Quarter (serially numbered to 5), and Half Dollar (serially numbered to 1).

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And for all you philatelists out there, don't feel left out with these coin cards.  Your hobby is covered to in the form of stamp cards.  Stamp cards will feature players and stamps on the same card.  Serially numbered to just 50 copies each.

Do you like autographs? Do you like Real One Autographs? Want to see more of these in 2016 than in the past few years? My answer is yes! I would love for Topps to include one autograph per box. Maybe one day, Topps can make this a reality.  I am very interested to see the final autograph checklist and hope it is a strong lineup with several in the set.
My guess is that you should find one in every four boxes or so. Topps announced that Special Edition Real Ones (also referred to as Red Ink Autographs) are limited to just 67 copies each and Dual Real Ones (cards with autographs from two players) are limited to 25 or less.  There will also be Triple Real ones numbered to just five copies each.  Thankfully, every autograph found in Topps Heritage is ON CARD meaning there are no cheap sticker autographs.  After all, Topps Heritage is all about Real One autographs!  It is yet to be seen how many redemption cards will be in this product however Topps has done a pretty good job lately in cutting down the number of redemption cards.

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And for those of you who want autographs AND relics, Topps doesn't disappoint. Autographed relics will include Clubhouse Collection cards and Baseball Flashbacks cards.  Both of these autographed relic cards will be serially numbered to just 25 copies each. Clubhouse Collection Duals are hobby only and feature two autos and two relic pieces serially numbered to ten. There will also be a checklist of celebrity cut autographs and baseball cut autographs to find as well -- all one of ones.

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Recently, I found these pics of 2016 Topps Heritage Real One Autograph cards being signed.  Check them out!  So now we know of two rookie cards that will be on the checklist.  I can't wait to see what legends and stars will make the full checklist.  It would be awesome to see a Carl Yastrzemski autograph.  After all, 1967 was a huge year for Carl and the Triple Crown!

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One thing I look forward to are the "box toppers".  Box toppers are like little bonuses that Topps put on top of the packs inside each sealed hobby box.  In the past I have pulled some pretty good ones including an Ernie Banks autograph.  This year, box toppers will include a three card advertising panel as well as 1967 Topps buybacks. One thing I wish Topps wouldn't do is to stamp the buy back cards with that gold foil 50th Anniversary stamp. I say this every year but I guess I am in the minority.  Some of us are working on the 1967 Topps set and would like the chance at an original card without it being stamped.

Another type of box topper are the 1967 Topps Posters.  There will be 20 of these Topps Posters that mimic the 1967 design.  Each poster will be serially numbered to 50 copies each.  It would be neat if there was am autographed version!  Wait!  There is!  Up to 10 of these 20 posters will be autographed and serially numbered to just 10 copies each!  And the last type of box topper are the 1967 Topps Punch-Outs.  What sounds like a Mike Tyson boxing card is actually a card styled after the 1967 Topps Punch-Out game.  There will be 20 subjects with a jumbo patch relic version serially numbered to 25 and an autograph version serially numbered to 10 copies each.  Also, there will be an autographed, jumbo patch version also serially numbered to 10 copies each.

Most Heritage enthusiasts consider a master set to be: 425 base cards plus 75 shortprint cards and the four basic insert sets. It is predicted that the 2016 Topps Heritage master set will be considered complete at 550 cards. However, there are some die-hard Heritage fans that consider a master set complete with all variation cards, relic cards, and chrome cards.  I hope that 2016 Topps Heritage is one of the best Heritage products ever although it would be very hard to beat 2001. However, it definitely seems that Topps is connecting more with their customers, listening to their ideas, and even implementing some of them! I will be buying quite a bit of Heritage and can not wait for March 2nd to get here. Please continue to follow this blog which has an emphasis on vintage Topps and Topps Heritage cards. I welcome your comments and you can follow me on Twitter at @parker94ttu.

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2016 Topps Heritage — 31 days until release!

Yes, as those of you who know me already know, I am a huge Topps Heritage fan. This year I'll be opening four cases which I'll be looking forward to. Although the checklist won't be released for awhile, Topps has given us a sneak peek at another autograph that will be available once the product goes live on March 2nd.  Here it is...

 

Another rookie!  I hope that this year Heritage has more cards of present players than "one hit wonders" from 1967. It will be interesting to see what players from the past will make the checklist. One player that I would LOVE to see on a autographed Heritage card, especially since this year is patterned after 1967, is Tom Seaver. However, I don't think that's going to happen because I don't believe Topps has a contract with Tom Seaver although that would be "Terrific" if they did! 

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2016 Topps Heritage Hobby Jumbos!

No, there will not be 2016 Topps Heritage Hobby Jumbos this year but I thought I'd write a bit about the topic in hopes that maybe sometime in the future it could become a reality. I think it could be very interesting if Topps created these. They could produce Jumbo boxes that guarantee one or two shortprints per pack and one autograph per box. In fact, I would like to see autographs created specifically for the Hobby Jumbos that couldn't be found in regular packs. Also, I would also like to see a team promotion of some type to keep collectors more involved during the season. My suggestion would be to bring back the Super Team promotions that were popular in the early 90's in Topps Stadium Club products. 

  
Collectors could collect a Super Team card and if that team wins the World Series, then the collector could get a special set of silver refractors plus a random autograph from that team. Of course, you would have to make the Super Team cards hard to get -- my recommendation is one per case. 

If Topps were to make Topps Heritage Jumbos in the future, what would you like to see included?  I'd like to hear your thoughts!

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2016 Topps Heritage — Short Prints

2016 Topps Heritage has 425 base cards plus 75 shortprinted cards. These shortprint cards will most likely be numbered 426-500 based on how Topps has numbered shortprints on previous releases over the past several years.  If the odds are the same as they have been in the past, a collector can expect to find eight shortprint cards out of a box. With perfect collation, a collector can put together a shortprint set out of approximately 9 and a half boxes.  The set is pretty difficult to put together unless you plan on buying at least a case of cards. Since the shortprint cards are highly sought after by set collectors, it should be rather simple to find someone to trade with you should you get any duplicates. 

Stay tuned for future articles on Topps Heritage cards as we get closer to the release date of March 2nd!

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2016 Topps Heritage — Base Cards

2016 Topps Heritage will feature a base set of 425 cards patterned after the iconic 1967 Topps set. The checklist will be a strong one because of the size of the set and the fact that it is in one series -- so no stars will be left out. Expect to see Bryce Harper, Mike Trout, and Kris Bryant just to name a few. Release date for 2016 Topps Heritage is March 2nd. 

  
 

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A Live Look at 2016 Topps Heritage!!

Although 2016 Topps Heritage won't be released until March 2nd, Topps has given us a little peek of a card that can be found in the product once it is live. Here is a picture of Minnesota Twins rookie Miguel Sano signing his blue and red Real One Autographs which will be inserted into packs of 2016 Topps Heritage...

  
I really like the look of these cards!  The 2016 Topps Heritage set used the same design as the 1967 Topps set.  The 1967 Topps set is my third favorite vintage set of all time with 1957 and 1965 placing first and second. I can vividly remember being in the fifth grade at school and trading for a 1967 Topps Mickey Mantle card during recess among a group of friends. That Mickey Mantle card was the first Mantle card I had ever seen in person and a friend of mine asked if I wanted to trade for it. So, about 200 Topps cards from 1978 later, I became the proud owner of that 1967 Topps Mantle! I carefully placed the Mantle inside my textbook and placed it in my locker at school for safekeeping. Back in those days, the term "locker" was a bit of a misnomer since we didn't have locks. Lockers were simply a place to keep your books and coats and were accessible to anyone. They were also accessible to anyone who saw me put that Mantle in my textbook. After the bell rang, I excitedly ran to my locker to take another view of the legendary card I traded for, and it was gone!!  I felt like crying. The next day someone at school told me they saw someone in my locker going through my books. I confronted that person and he denied taking the card. He convinced me that it wasn't him. To this day, I still do not know who took the Mantle but I'm sure it was one of the kids who saw me trade for it at recess. Once I graduated college and began working in the real world, one of the first things I did was to buy a high grade 1967 Topps Mickey Mantle. Paid $200 for it at the time and it gave me piece of mind finally after all of those years. However, if you are that kid who stole my Mantle, I'd like to hear from you. :)

Here are a couple of pictures that will bring back memories to those of you who collected cards in 1967...

   
 
The packaging for 2016 Topps Heritage should look similar to these designs. I plan on opening 3 or 4 cases and look forward to the release date on March 2nd. Only 41 days away!!

Craig from Texas

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1961 Topps Set — Now only 31 Cards Away Until Complete!

The 1961 Topps set has been the hardest set for me to complete. In fact, it's the only set from the 1960's that I have not yet completed. As of today, I am 31 cards from completing this monster. Here is a list of the remaining cards I need:

 228 1961 Topps Yankees Team $60.00

 300 1961 Topps Mickey Mantle $600.00

 406 1961 Topps Mickey Mantle 565 HR $100.00

 472 1961 Topps Yogi Berra MVP $50.00

 475 1961 Topps Mickey Mantle MVP $200.00

 480 1961 Topps Roy Campanella MVP $40.00

 485 1961 Topps Ernie Banks MVP $40.00

 524 1961 Topps Johnny Logan $30.00

 531 1961 Topps Jim Coates $50.00

 534 1961 Topps Eddie Kasko $40.00

 541 1961 Topps Rollie Sheldon $50.00

 542 1961 Topps Twins Team Card $60.00

 544 1961 Topps George Thomas $50.00

 545 1961 Topps Hoyt Wilhelm $60.00

 554 1961 Topps Pirates Team Card $80.00

 559 1961 Topps Jim Gentile $60.00

 563 1961 Topps Bob Cerv $60.00

 568 1961 Topps Bill Skowron AS $50.00

 570 1961 Topps Nellie Fox AS $60.00

 571 1961 Topps Bill Mazeroski AS $60.00

 572 1961 Topps Brooks Robinson AS $80.00

 573 1961 Topps Ken Boyer AS $50.00

 574 1961 Topps Luis Aparicio AS $60.00

 576 1961 Topps Roger Maris AS $200.00

 577 1961 Topps Hank Aaron AS $150.00

 579 1961 Topps Willie Mays AS $150.00

 580 1961 Topps Al Kaline AS $80.00

 581 1961 Topps Frank Robinson AS $80.00

 584 1961 Topps Jim Perry AS $30.00

 586 1961 Topps Whitey Ford AS $100.00

 589 1961 Topps Warren Spahn AS $100.00

The cards in my set are all in EX condition or better. My goal is to complete this set by the end of the year. Once I have this set completed, then I will have a complete Topps set run from 1959 to present. 

  



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2015 Topps Heritage High Numbers Checklist BY PLAYER!!!

Friday, September 25th marks the release date of 2015 Topps Heritage High Numbers. There has been a lot of excitement building with this release because of a couple of rookies heating up the pennant races -- Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa. Would you like to know EVERY card that these players have in 2015 Topps Heritage High Numbers? Or would you like to see if your favorite player is in the checklist? How many different Mike Trouts are there? Bryce Harper?? Well, instead of studying the checklist, just click here and you will see a complete 2015 Topps Heritage High Number Checklist BY PLAYER. It is a quick and convenient way to find a complete high number checklist of your favorite player!

2015 Topps Heritage High Numbers PLAYER CHECKLISTS!!

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