2017 Topps Heritage Baseball Variations Gallery

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By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor

It shouldn’t be a surprise that the 2017 Topps Heritage Baseball variations come in a few different forms. It’s tradition. And with the set starting to show up at retail, so too are some of the variations.

Some of the 2017 Topps Heritage variations are easy to spot. Others require a closer look and a familiarity with the original 1968 Topps Baseball set.

Throwback Variations

2017 Topps Heritage Throwback Variations continue the line’s streak of being extremely tough and expensive. Featuring alternate images of players wearing old jerseys, the market for these is largely driven by a handful of master set collectors.

These are the toughest of all the 2017 Topps Heritage variations. They’re one in multiple cases.

With a checklist of 15 cards, it doesn’t take much math to realize how difficult it is to pull a specific card. Even at initial release when supply is at its most plentiful, there aren’t many of the Throwback Variations. And those numbers dry up fast.

2017 Topps Heritage Throwback Variations 238 Joe Panik

Action Image Variations

Like the original 1968 Topps set, 2017 Topps Heritage base cards generally rely on portraits or tightly cropped shots of faces. 2017 Topps Heritage Action Image Variations take the opposite approach showing players doing their thing on the field.

2017 TH Action 430 Carlos Correa

Because of that, these aren’t too difficult to spot. They’re also the easiest 2017 Topps Heritage variations to pull. Supply is steady.

Rookie Variations

Just like a lot of sets in the 1960s and ’70s, 1968 Topps Rookie Cards highlighted multiple players. So the 2017 Topps Heritage Rookie Cards follow suit.

However, the Rookie Variations make it a solo effort, giving six players a card of their own that resembles a veteran base card. The checklist for these includes Dansby Swanson, Andrew Benintendi, Alex Bregman and Yoan Moncada.

2017 Topps Heritage Rookie Variations 76 Dansby Swanson

As far as odds go, these six cards are actually lumped in with the Action Variations categorically. That means they’re pooled together for things like insertion rates and overall rarity. That means you shouldn’t have too much difficulty with these 2017 Topps Heritage variations.

Color Swap

When you know what to look for, Color Swap Variations are easy to spot. It’s all about the circle on the front that has the team name and player’s position. Regular base cards have a colorful background with black font for the position. Color Swaps have a black circle with the position written in white.

2017 Topps Heritage Color Swap Variation Comparison

Traded Variations

You need to look to the back to see if you’ve got one of the 2017 Topps Heritage Traded Variations. These have a simple addition of a note stating when the player was acquired, either by trade or free agency.. Look to players who moved in the 2016 off-season for these. And not just the big names. Among the seven Traded Variations are Pat Neshek, Adam Eaton and Bartolo Colon.

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2017 Topps Heritage Error Variations

Another Heritage variation tradition comes from past snafus. Some of the errors are based on actual mistakes and variations found in 1968 Topps Baseball. These are done intentionally here and are very much deliberate. Things to look for include spelling mistakes, alternate colors (but not like the Color Swaps) and other small nuances that can be easy to overlook.

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2017 Topps Heritage Variations Codes

This is one of the sets where the code at the end of the fine print on the back will confirm whether you have a variation. They’re actually intended to be used only for the printing process, but this trick does work. It’s especially handy for some of the trickier variations like Errors.

Here are the code endings to watch when it comes to 2017 Topps Heritage variations:

• Base Cards (not variations) – 1867
• Base Card Short Prints (#401-500, not variations) – 69
• Action Variations/Rookie Variations – 71
• Color Swap Variations – 74
• Error Variations – 70
• Throwback Variations – 72
• Traded Variations – 73

2017 Topps Heritage Variations Checklist

Here’s a master checklist of all the confirmed variations. We’ll be adding plenty more in the days to come.

Looking for a specific card? Click on the links to see what’s available on eBay.


10 AL Pitching Leaders – Error
57 Cameron Maybin
– Traded
71 Pat Neshek – Traded
76 Dansby Swanson – Rookie
86 Danny Valencia – Traded
90 Billy Hamilton – Throwback
113 Alex Bregman – Rookie
117 Yoan Moncada – Rookie
162 Alex Reyes – Rookie
196 Ichiro – Error
214 Aaron Judge – Rookie
238 Joe Panik – Throwback
247 Odubel Herrera – Throwback
253 Lorenzo Cain – Throwback
282 Bartolo Colon – Traded
287 Adrian Beltre – Throwback
306 Adam Eaton – Traded
314 Andrew Benintendi – Rookie
400 Clayton Kershaw – Action
400 Clayton Kershaw – Color Swap
401 Giancarlo Stanton – Color Swap
402 Andrew McCutchen – Color Swap
402 Andrew McCutchen – Throwback
403 Nolan Arenado – Action
403 Nolan Arenado – Color Swap
404 Max Scherzer – Color Swap
405 Chris Sale – Traded
406 Yoenis Cespedes – Color Swap
407 Stephen Strasburg – Color Swap
408 Felix Hernandez – Color Swap
409 Eric Hosmer – Color Swap
410 Anthony Rizzo – Action
410 Anthony Rizzo – Color Swap
410 Anthony Rizzo – Throwback
412 David Ortiz – Color Swap
412 David Ortiz – Throwback
413 Albert Pujols – Action
413 Albert Pujols – Color Swap
415 Kenta Maeda – Color Swap


415 Kenta Maeda – Throwback
419 Francisco Lindor
– Action
420 Manny Machado
– Action
420 Manny Machado – Color Swap
420 Manny Machado – Throwback
422 Robinson Cano
– Action
427 Bryce Harper
– Action
427 Bryce Harper – Color Swap
427 Bryce Harper – Error
427 Bryce Harper – Throwback
428 Mookie Betts – Action
430 Carlos Correa – Action
430 Carlos Correa – Color Swap
440 Corey Seager – Action
440 Corey Seager – Color Swap
440 Corey Seager – Error
441 Xander Bogaerts – Color Swap
442 Wil Myers – Throwback
444 Gary Sanchez – Action
450 Mike Trout – Action
450 Mike Trout – Color Swap
450 Mike Trout – Throwback
460 Madison Bumgarner – Action
460 Madison Bumgarner – Color Swap
460 Madison Bumgarner – Error
470 Noah Syndergaard – Action
470 Noah Syndergaard – Color Swap
474 Danny Duffy – Throwback
475 Buster Posey – Action
475 Buster Posey – Color Swap
476 Lucas Giolito – Traded
477 Julio Urias – Action
480 David Price – Color Swap
480 David Price – Throwback
490 Josh Donaldson – Action
490 Josh Donaldson – Color Swap
499 Jake Arrieta – Color Swap
500 Kris Bryant – Action
500 Kris Bryant– Color Swap


2017 Topps Heritage Baseball Variations Gallery

Here’s the easiest way to spot the 2017 Topps Heritage variations. With all the different types and sheer number of variations in the product, we’ve broken them up into groups. Click on the tabs to navigate them all with ease.

Throwback

Throwback Variations

Although we’re still gathering images, the Throwbacks checklist below is complete.

90 Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds


2017 Topps Heritage Variations - Billy Hamilton Throwback

Throwback Variation


2017 TH 90 Billy Hamilton

Base


238 Joe Panik, San Francisco Giants


2017 Topps Heritage Throwback Variations 238 Joe Panik

Throwback Variation


2017 TH 238 Joe Panik

Base


247 Odubel Herrera, Philadelphia Phillies


2017 Topps Heritage Throwback Variations 247 Odubel Herrera

Throwback Variation


2017 TH 247 Herrera

Base


253 Lorenzo Cain, Kansas City Royals


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Throwback Variation


2017 TH 253 Lorenzo Cain

Base


287 Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers


2017-TH-TB-Var-Adrian-Beltre

Throwback Variation


2017 TH 287 Adrian Beltre

Base


402 Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates


2017-TH-TB-Var-Andrew-McCutchen

Throwback Variation


2017 TH McCutchen

Base


410 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs


2017-TH-TB-Var-Rizzo

Throwback Variation


2017 TH 410 Anthony Rizzo

Base


412 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox


2017-TH-TB-Var-Ortiz

Throwback Variation


2017 TH Ortiz

Base


415 Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017-TH-TB-Var-Maeda

Throwback Variation


2017 TH Maeda

Base


420 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles


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Throwback Variation


2017 TH 420 Manny Machado

Base


427 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals


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Throwback Variation


2017 TH 427 Bryce Harper

Base


442 Wil Myers, San Diego Padres


2017-TH-TB-Var-Wil-Myers

Throwback Variation


2017 TH Myers

Base


450 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels


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Throwback Variation


2017 TH 450 Mike Trout

Base


474 Danny Duffy, Kansas City Royals


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Throwback Variation


2017 TH Duffy Danny

Base


480 David Price, Boston Red Sox


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Throwback Variation


2017 TH Price

Base


Error

Error Variations

10 AL Pitching Leaders: C. Kluber, Cleveland Indians/J. Happ, Toronto Blue Jays, R. Porcello, Boston Red Sox


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Error – spelled ‘Porsello’ on the back



196 Ichiro, Miami Marlins


2017 TH Error Ichiro

Error – listed as Pitcher on front, card #196


2017 TH 196 Ichiro

Base – listed as Outfielder on front, card #298


427 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals


2017 Topps Heritage Variations - 427 Bryce Harper Error

Error Variation – ‘Nationals’ in white letters


2017 TH 427 Bryce Harper

Base – ‘Nationals’ in yellow letters


440 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017 TH Error Corey Seager Front

Error front – no Rookie Cup

2017 TH Error Corey Seager Reverse Arrow

Error back – wrong birthdate


2017 TH 440 Corey Seager

Base front – Rookie Cup


460 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants


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Error – ‘Giants’ in white letters


2017 TH 460 Madison Bumgarner

Base – ‘Giants’ in yellow letters


Traded

Traded Variations

These have an added line in the bio noting when they were acquired. Base versions do not.

Although we’re still gathering images, the Traded Variations checklist below is complete.

57 Cameron Maybin, Los Angeles Angels


2017 TH Tr Var 57 Cameron Maybin Back

Traded Variation Back



71 Pat Neshek, Philadelphia Phillies


2017 TH Tr Var 71 Pat Neshek Back

Traded Variation Back



86 Danny Valencia, Seattle Mariners


2017 TH Traded 86 Danny Valencia

Traded Variation Back



282 Bartolo Colon, Atlanta Braves


2017 Topps Heritage Traded Variations 282 Bartolo Colon Back

Traded Variation Back



306 Adam Eaton, Washington Nationals


2017 TH Tr Var 306 Adam Eaton

Traded Variation Back



405 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox


2017 TH Tr Var 405 Chris Sale

Error Variation Back



476 Lucas Giolito, Washington Nationals


2017 Topps Heritage Traded Variations 476 Lucas Giolito Back

Traded Variation Back



Rookie

Rookie Variations

76 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves


2017 Topps Heritage Rookie Variations 76 Dansby Swanson

Rookie Variation


2017 TH 76 Swanson Ruiz

Base


113 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros


2017 TH RC Var 113 Bregman

Rookie Variation


2017 TH 113 Bregman Gurriel

Base


117 Yoan Moncada, Chicago White Sox


2017 TH RC Var 117 Moncada

Rookie Variation


2017 TH 117 Fulmer Moncada

Base


162 Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals


2017 TH RC Var 162 Alex Reyes

Rookie Variation


2017 TH 162 Weaver Reyes

Base


214 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees


2017 TH RC Var 214 Aaron Judge

Rookie Variation


2017 TH 214 Judge Austin

Base


314 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox


Rookie Variation


2017 Topps Heritage 314 Robby Scott Andrew Benintendi

Base


Action Image

Action Image Variations

400 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017 TH Action 400 Kershaw

Action – pitching


2017 TH 400 Clayton Kershaw

Base – white jersey


403 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies


2017 TH Action 403 Arenado

Action – throwing


2017 TH 403 Nolan Arenado

Base – with bat


410 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs


2017 TH Action 410 Rizzo

Action – batting


2017 TH 410 Anthony Rizzo

Base – portrait


413 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels


2017 TH Action 413 Pujols

Action – helmet


2017 TH 413 Albert Pujols

Base – with bat


419 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians


2017 Topps Heritage Action Variation 419 Francisco Lindor

Action – throwing


2017 TH 419 Francisco Lindor

Base – with bat


420 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles


2017 TH Action 420 Machado

Action – batting


2017 TH 420 Manny Machado

Base – portrait


422 Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners


2017 TH Action 422 Cano

Action – bubble


2017 TH 422 Robinson Cano

Base – white jersey


427 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals


2017 TH Action 427 Bryce Harper

Action – red jersey


2017 TH 427 Bryce Harper

Base – white jersey


428 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox


2017 TH Action 428 Betts

Action – pointing up


2017 TH 428 Mookie Betts

Base – with bat


430 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros


2017 TH Action 430 Carlos Correa

Action – throwing


2017 TH 430 Carlos Correa

Base – with bat


440 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017 TH Action 440 Corey Seager

Action – sunglasses


2017 TH 440 Corey Seager

Base – with bat


444 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees


2017 TH Action 444 Gary Sanchez

Action – swinging


2017 TH 444 Gary Sanchez

Base – bat on shoulder


450 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels


2017 TH Action 450 Mike Trout

Action – sliding


2017 TH 450 Mike Trout

Base – with bat


460 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants


2017 TH Action 460 Bumgarner

Action – helmet


2017 TH 460 Madison Bumgarner

Base – portrait


470 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets


2017 TH Action 470 Noah Syndergaard

Action – throwing


2017 TH 470 Noah Syndergaard

Base – portrait, field in background


475 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants


2017 TH Action 475 Posey

Action – catcher’s gear


2017 TH 475 Buster Posey

Base – with bat


477 Julio Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017 TH Action 477 Urias

Action – touching glove


2017 TH 477 Urias

Base – holding ball


490 Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays


2017 TH Action 490 Josh Donaldson

Action – running


2017 TH 490 Josh Donaldson

Base – with bat


500 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs


2017 TH Action 500 Kris Bryant

Action – arms raised like he just won the World Series


2017 TH 500 Bryant

Base – with bat


Color Swap

Color Swap Variations

400 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017 TH CS 400 Kershaw

Color Swap


2017 TH 400 Clayton Kershaw

Base


401 Giancarlo Stanton


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Color Swap


2017 TH 401 Giancarlo Stanton

Base


402 Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates


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Color Swap


2017 TH McCutchen

Base


403 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies


2017 TH CS 403 Nolan Arenado

Color Swap


2017 TH 403 Nolan Arenado

Base


404 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals


2017 TH CS Var 404 Max Scherzer

Color Swap


2017 TH Scherzer

Base


406 Yoenis Cespedes


2017 TH CS 406 Yoenis Cespedes

Color Swap


2017 TH Cespedes

Base


407 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals


2017 TH CS 407 Stephen Strasburg

Color Swap


2017 TH Strasburg

Base


408 Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners


2017 TH CS Var 408 Felix Hernandez

Color Swap


2017 TH 408 Felix Hernandez

Base


409 Eric Hosmer, Kansas City Royals


2017 TH CS 409 Hosmer

Color Swap


2017 TH Hosmer

Base


410 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs


2017-TH-CS-Var-410-Rizzo

Color Swap


2017 TH 410 Anthony Rizzo

Base


412 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox


2017 TH CS 412 David Ortiz

Color Swap


2017 TH Ortiz

Base


413 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels


2017-TH-CS-Var-413-Pujols

Color Swap


2017 TH 413 Albert Pujols

Base


415 Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017 TH CS Var 415 Maeda

Color Swap


2017 TH Maeda

Base


420 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles


2017 TH CS 420 Machado

Color Swap


2017 TH 420 Manny Machado

Base


427 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals


2017 TH CS Var 427 Harper

Color Swap


2017 TH 427 Bryce Harper

Base


430 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros


2017 Topps Heritage Variations - 430 Carlos Correa Color Swap

Color Swap


2017 TH 430 Carlos Correa

Base


440 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers


2017 TH CS 440 Corey Seager

Color Swap


2017 TH 440 Corey Seager

Base


441 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox


2017 TH CS 441 Xander Bogaerts

Color Swap


2017 TH Bogaerts

Base


450 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels


2017 Topps Heritage Variations - 450 Mike Trout Color Swap

Color Swap


2017 TH 450 Mike Trout

Base


460 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants


2017 TH CS Var 460 Bumgarner

Color Swap


2017 TH 460 Madison Bumgarner

Base


470 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets


2017 TH CS Var 470 Noah Syndergaard

Color Swap


2017 TH 470 Noah Syndergaard

Base


475 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants


2017 TH CS Var 475 Buster Posey

Color Swap


2017 TH 475 Buster Posey

Base


480 David Price, Boston Red Sox


2017 TH CS 480 David Price

Color Swap


2017 TH Price

Base


490 Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays


2017 TH CS Var 490 Donaldson

Color Swap


2017 TH 490 Josh Donaldson

Base


499 Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs


2017 TH CS 499 Arrieta

Color Swap


2017 TH Arrieta

Base


500 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs


2017 Topps Heritage Variations - 500 Kris Bryant Color Swap

Color Swap


2017 TH 500 Bryant

Base


Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks.

20 Comments

  1. Jonathan
    Posted Thursday March 2nd, 2017 at 09:55 AM | Permalink

    Some of these variations are so minor you can tell Topps ran out of real ideas a while ago. That tends to happens with monopolies: no competition = no creativity. I see some cards created by people on the boards that blow away most of what Topps puts out. My hat’s off to these people. The time, effort, and thought they put into one card could outweigh what Topps put into this set.

  2. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted Thursday March 2nd, 2017 at 02:25 PM | Permalink

    This is Heritage, though. By it’s very nature, this is a brand that borrows from the past. That means menial variations like intentional spelling mistakes. I certainly understand that they’re not for everyone, but this is one release where there’s a reason for the minor switch-ups.

  3. Benjamin Pfiester
    Posted Thursday March 2nd, 2017 at 05:01 PM | Permalink

    Bought a pack today at Target just for kicks. I’m pretty sure I got a bright yellow back variation of Kendrys Morales but it’s not serial numbered to 25. I checked on eBay and it does appear to be the bright yellow back. If you’re going to make SP variations, the least Topps can do is serial number them so we know what they heck we have. It is getting to be very time consuming checking on variations and really annoying!

  4. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted Thursday March 2nd, 2017 at 05:38 PM | Permalink

    The Yellow Backs are a parallel.

  5. Patrick
    Posted Thursday March 2nd, 2017 at 10:40 PM | Permalink

    99% of the time the SP’s, parallels, variations, and inserts will be the 5th card in the pack. The grey, bright yellow, and flip stock are pretty easy to spot when comparing to other cards. Finding these things is most of the fun of Heritage. There are many other products to buy if people are not into this.

  6. Oku
    Posted Friday March 3rd, 2017 at 12:16 PM | Permalink

    Ryan, do you know what is the approximate print run of each error cards?
    I acquired the Ichiro error for what I consider to be quite a steal.
    I think people are listing them up on eBay for very low, but I also do see a lot of listing of them, so I might be thinking them to be more rare than it actually is.

  7. Kerry
    Posted Friday March 3rd, 2017 at 01:51 PM | Permalink

    Precisely why I have NEVER bought a pack of this. I will stick to the shiny stuff!

  8. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted Friday March 3rd, 2017 at 04:58 PM | Permalink

    Nothing has been said. One might be able to get a rough estimate by playing with the odds against numbered inserts, but even then one would have to take into account all the various types of packs otherwise it might not be all that accurate. The errors aren’t easy to pull and supply should dry up relatively quickly.

  9. John Anderson
    Posted Sunday March 5th, 2017 at 12:42 PM | Permalink

    Are there yellow and gray backs for every card in the base set

  10. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted Monday March 6th, 2017 at 11:11 AM | Permalink

    Yes, that does appear to be the case.

  11. Aroy
    Posted Monday March 6th, 2017 at 12:53 PM | Permalink

    danny valencia traded errors also can be identified by the Topps Heritage print on the front of the card.
    Its on the upper left on traded and on the right if not.
    When side by side you notice it. Is it that way for the rest of the trade variations?

  12. Michael
    Posted Tuesday March 7th, 2017 at 08:59 PM | Permalink

    I pulled a Kevin Collins #558 that says Topps Rediscovered in Gold on it? It looks like a 1971 card! Any feedback would be appreciated!

  13. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted Tuesday March 7th, 2017 at 09:58 PM | Permalink

    This article should explain it: http://www.beckett.com/news/2017-topps-rediscover-ultimate-card-giveaway/

    It’s a stamped buyback (original Topps card).

  14. Dave Lima
    Posted Wednesday March 8th, 2017 at 12:57 AM | Permalink

    can anyone tell me what a 2017 Topps Heritage FLIP STOCK SP PARALLEL ONLY is?

  15. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted Wednesday March 8th, 2017 at 01:04 AM | Permalink

    It’s in the touch. For Flip Stock cards, the front feels like backs usually do and the backs are a little more slick like the front. Essentially, the sheets were flipped upside down before the cards were printed.

  16. Rich Erhart
    Posted Saturday March 18th, 2017 at 02:42 PM | Permalink

    2017 TOPPS HERITAGE JOE MUSGROVE P ASTROS ROOKIE #331 VARIATION SP

    Can you tell me what the error/variation is on this card?

  17. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted Saturday March 18th, 2017 at 02:48 PM | Permalink

    That card doesn’t have a variation or error.

  18. Steve
    Posted Monday March 27th, 2017 at 04:25 PM | Permalink

    I was never a fan of Archives and Base Topps is hidious this year. I enjoy Heritage esp bc I recognized the year it was shadowing immediately. It’s my fave release by Topps annually though last year having separate high # packs I think is taking it way to far. Scale back on quantity up on quality with the same price point and I think would be best. Still prefer Bowman Chrome Draft Picks and Prospects slightly over Heritage. These companies have to stop flooding market and it gets worse every year. 2016 Topps takes up like 15 pages in Beckett. There’s no need and I’m sure 2017 will bring even more. Just no innovation and mass pressings of sets I’ve never seen or heard of makes card collecting less enjoyable.

  19. Marty Denihan
    Posted Wednesday March 29th, 2017 at 07:26 PM | Permalink

    Received a 24 pack box of 2017 Topps Heritage and got absolutely nothing in it. No chromes, no relics , no variations, no inserts of any kind all base and out of 24 packs two high number cards. The box was factory sealed no tampering just the worst box I’ve ever opened.This was an unbelievable waste of money. I’m very soured on Topps and will not buy another of their boxes again. Terrible

  20. Brian pounds
    Posted Monday April 10th, 2017 at 06:43 PM | Permalink

    You didn’t get a relic or auto? If not then the box was tampered with. I paid for my box and just by just unloading the variations and a throwback that I didn’t know about, I had the first time looking thru them. The second time I looked closer and at the sequel numbers and boom that’s when I found it. 2 color swap, 3 SP’s, David price throwback, Cole Hamels relic (👎) and 2 numbered chrome cards. So to say these boxes do not deliver is horse Dookey. This is the 4th box I’ve opened and I’ve made my money back and almost completed the set. 0 complaints here. I love this product. My new favorite product!!

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