Posted on November 8, 2012 – 12:16 pm | Author: chrisolds
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By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor
Bryce Harper‘s autograph is one that’s been obsessed about quite a bit in the last few years, but next week it gets even crazier with the arrival of the high-end Topps Five Star brand.
Bryce Harper inscriptions. The NL Rookie of the Year finalist not only signed a selection of cards for the $500-per-pack product but he also added some extra notations that will be pulled by collectors.
Here’s an early peek at the cards … after the jump.
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No “thats a clown question bro”?
why didnt harper sign one saying “Thats a clown question bro”
LOL, he didn’t know what version of their to use. just like most forum users…
500 dollars a pack!!?? thats crazy!! how autos/cards in a pack??
All previously announced details on Five Star can be found here:
I agree Steve. That’s the first thing I noticed too. He clearly wrote “there” initially.
I would have loved to have been the person standing over his shoulder saying “Hey Bryce, it’s ‘t.h.e.i.r.'”
I’m a big Bryce fan but this is too funny.
“Go Hard Or Die” …I think viagra has it’s new slogan
Interesting that these have the RC logo. Topps has been very liberal with the use of that this year, such as in Update with the rookie debut cards of players who had RCs in series 1.
He’s paid to play baseball not to win spelling bee’s
He’s a clown lol luv Topps didn’t like the last five star hoping these $500 buck packs come loaded with insane pulls I want a Bryce Harper eat yo face auto lol that’s classic
It’s really not nice to eat someone’s face.
Yeah, Harper seems like a bit of a goon.
Sorry! Used to buy baseball cards, but not anymore. It’s just too and i mean waaaaaaaay too over-inflated prices on a pack of cards now. With the economy the way it is you should give a homeless person or poor person $495 for every $500 pack of cards you buy. It’s know wonder the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. This disgusts me. The old days were best. Only one type of card(topps) with your bubblegum and paying 50 cents per pack. Way overpriced.
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