Posted on March 4, 2013 – 5:18 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | 2013 Topps Heritage, 2013 Topps Heritage checklist, MLB, Topps | Comments (16)
By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor
The official arrival of 2013 Topps Heritage is about a week away, but the images are tricking in as Topps teases what’s to come.
Here’s a selection of what’s been seen — so far — in a gallery of images that we’ll add to as the cards arrive. Once the product is live at retail, we’ll post a massive gallery of highlights and interesting cards from what we pull.
See it all … after the jump. (Click here for a look at the checklist.) | Click here to see the latest Heritage auctions on eBay.
Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball magazine. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an email to him at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.
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probably will get a hobby box of this
Heritage is always awesome. Looking forward to ripping through some of these.
Heritage was fun the first year or two..but has become pretty stale and boring since..
I’ll rip a few packs. If they bear fruits, I may continue!
Just don’t like nor get it with this product line. Cards look as lame as they did 50 years ago…..will still collect my Phillies though!
I bet Asdrubal Cabrera wishes they used a different picture.
little disappointed that Youk’s card has a goatee…it might not have been easy to find a clean-shaven picture, but they exist.
Love the Heritage line. This year is one of my favorite designs. Pre-ordered a box, but will join you for the live break and live vicariously through you :) until I get mine shipped. Good Luck!!
Dr Mitch J
I have my three boxes pre-ordered and am excited! Love the two rookies on one TRUE rookie card.
72 card images and not a single Albert Pujols. How far has this guys legacy fallen. Still a great player but no hobby love.
The original ’64 topps coins look awesome.
this is garbage I was so looking forward to this set and seeing howmany close up face shots there are instead of action shots or poses just saved me about $110
I remember opening up my FIRST baseball pack in the summer of 1964, and getting, of all people, Stu Barber. Nine million cards/49 years later, I am still enjoying the collecting each year, and looking at these Heritage 64′s brings me back to those simpler days!!
Colin, there are many head shot images because a good amount of 1964 Topps images were head shots.
somehow I have retained an 1964 topps Aaron all-star coin.. Ex? thats right.. I have had this coin since than I was 8…Put a card around it and it is on a site for almost 500.00 …..Hmmmmmmm? Can any one comment?
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