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Old 08-06-2013, 04:49 PM   #1
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Default 2014 Topps Heritage Baseball

Dear Collectors,

Below you will find the most up-to-date product information available. Our goal is to compile as much information within this THREAD regarding this product as possible. Throughout the Pre-sell process, we will update this thread with any content changes, videos/images, or any other manufacturer announcements that are made before the product is released. Once the product comes live, this thread will also be a great resource for break and content information.

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2014 Topps Heritage Baseball Hobby 12 Box Case


2014 Topps Heritage Baseball Hobby Box

2014 Topps Heritage Baseball

Configuration: 12 boxes per case. 24 packs per box. 9 cards per pack.

1965 comes alive in the upcoming Topps Heritage Baseball! Topps Heritage captures the best current and past MLB players in the 1965 Topps design. In this year's edition, we have added new inserts, variations and buybacks that celebrate the key events from 1965. Of course, we will also have the Real One Autographs and Clubhouse Collection Relics that are staples of Heritage Baseball.

- Every Box will include: 1 autographed or relic card



Real one autographs
Retired and active players.
- Real One Special Edition - Signed in Red ink. #'d to 65.

Real One Dual Autographs
Numbered to 25. HOBBY ONLY

Real One TRIPLE Autographs
Numbered to 5. HOBBY ONLY

Clubhouse Collection Autograph Relics
Numbered to 25.

Clubhouse Collection Dual Autograph Relics
Numbered to 10. HOBBY ONLY

Flashbacks Autographed Relics
Numbered to 25.

1965 Cut Signatures
1 of 1


Clubhouse Collection
Single uniform and bat relic cards of active stars.
- Clubhouse Collection Gold Parallel #'d to 99.

Clubhouse Collection Dual Relics
Dual uniform and bat relic cards featuring a player from 1965 matched with a current player from the same franchise. Numbered to 65.

Clubhouse Collection Triple Relic
Numbered to 25. NEW!

Clubhouse Collection Quad Relic
Numbered to 10. NEW!

Book Cards
Includes a jumbo patch, bat knob or bat plate in a book card. #'d 1 of 1.


New Age Performers
Top current players whose performances have eclipsed the giants of the past.

Then and Now
Statistical comparisons of 1965 players vs. 2013 players.

Baseball Flashbacks
Highlights from the 1965 season.

1965 Topps Embossed
A recreation of the Topps Embossed cards from 1965 featuring top current players & U.S. Presidents. NEW!

1st Draft card
Celebrates the inaugural edition of the MLB Draft. NEW!

News Flashbacks
World news moments from 1965.

BASE CARDS (1-500)

Base Cards (425 subjects)
Veterans and Rookies in the 1965 Topps Design.

High-Numbered Short-Printed cards (75)


Error Cards
Cards reproducing errors from the 1965 set.

Throwback uniform Variations Cards featuring subjects in throwback uniforms. NEW!

Action Image Variations - Features new images of star players in action. HOBBY ONLY.

Logo Variations - Alternate logo variations for star players. HOBBY ONLY. NEW!


Black backs
The base card backs are featured in Black.

Mini Base Variation #'d to 100.

Chrome Base Variation
- Chrome Refractor Parallel
- Black-Bordered Chrome Parallel #'d to 65.
- Gold-Bordered Chrome Parallel #'d to 5. HOBBY ONLY!

3-card strips with an advertisement on the back, featuring a player. HOBBY ONLY.

1965 Topps Originals
Original cards foil-stamped and inserted in a wrap. HOBBY ONLY.

1965 OVERSIZED Baseball Players
Styled after the 1965 Presidents & Famous Americans oversized cards. HOBBY ONLY.
- Insert version limited to 50.
- Relics #'d to 25.
- Autographs #'d to 10.

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Old 08-06-2013, 05:09 PM   #2
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this might actually be worse than halloween candy on store shelves in july.
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Old 08-06-2013, 07:58 PM   #3
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Is this a joke? Seems like a joke? I am confused.
Dodgers. Angels. Galaxy.

Always looking for Galaxy and soccer autos & patches!
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Old 08-06-2013, 10:59 PM   #4
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Too much junk designed to appeal to case-rippers.

When will Topps understand that Heritage is a set-builders product, not a case-rippers?

This should be a $40-50 a box product with an SP in every pack so that you can build the set by buying three boxes.
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Old 08-06-2013, 11:00 PM   #5
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Oh noooooo!!!! Its Topps Heritage Fan Favorites.

absolutely horrendous looking cards.

topps just found a way to ruin its consistently best year to year product.
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Old 08-07-2013, 05:39 PM   #6
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For a guy that collected the 1965 set at 9 years old, these are sweet. The embossed are really nice.
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:53 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by babybull View Post
For a guy that collected the 1965 set at 9 years old, these are sweet. The embossed are really nice.
I agree with you and I think the cards look nice.
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Old 01-28-2014, 06:24 PM   #8
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Looking forward to this set. 66 & 67 are rough years design wise IMHO. But this is another solid design...excluding the crazy inserts that shouldn't be there. Gilligan, coins, stamps, etc. dislike 2010, 2011 and 2012. Especially the Yankees autos for those years.
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