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Check out what Beckett Football’s Susan Lulgjuraj got in a box 2013 Topps Archives football.
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Always will be partial to the 1986 set. That was the first that I collected.
I’m a huge fan of 2006 Topps football. Don’t know what about it but I love the design.
Gotta be topps heritage. Love the classics
Love Topps Heritage
I love heritage in every sport. just a great fun product.
I’ve always liked the 2005 set design. Simple yet stands out and catches the eye.
86 86 86 86!!! About when I started collecting, love the look and that Jerry Rice RC!!!
I love the archives concept and the framed mini autos are sick.my favorite design us the 1985
1985 Topps is still one of my favorite designs. Could be because that was when i started collecting.
I totally think all of the 1980 era designs are to die for. Back then the technology is not even a tenth of what tech is today. Even without the technology the cards still have a very unique and cool design that can capture everyones eye. The classic designs in Archives I think is such a huge hit because the biggest demographics category is the middle aged folks who grew up in the era and collected all of the styles. So even if the packs are 4.95 today rather than 5 cents like in the past, those classy designs will draw the customers in every time!!!
I personally like any of the Stadium Club designs. Clear, crisp and tons of great photography.
I just got back into collecting and really like th 2012 Topps Magic
1976 Topps is my favorite of the older sets that I have anything from – my favorite recent set is 2010 Topps Magic.
I’ve always been partial to the simplicity of the ’85 Topps despite its condition sensitive nature.
My favorite Topps set is 1960. It’s the first year of classic photography designs without backgrounds or borders intruding on the card.
Oh, and “Justin Blackmon framed” sounds like something his lawyer would say.
1985 is my favorite football set, big fan of this years Archives.
I don’t agree that these won’t be considered rookies of the from the 2012 draft class. The industry is considering them a 2012-13 product and the cards have their college stats not 2012 NFL stats.
It’s a 2013 product, so the 2012 rookies cannot have Rookie Cards in this set. Could Topps have made this a 2012 product and got away with it? Probably. But there are redemptions in the product for 2013 rookie autos. So how can you have rookies from two separate seasons (when the 2012 players already had RCs) in the same product.
I like topps magic as well. Just gettin back into it.
Love the 1959 Topps set. Nice, simple white-bordered design with a team logo
gotta be 1984 topps design for sure, really loved 2012 topps chrome and the 84 tribute design
Just picked up a blaster!!
1966 tall boys
Topps Magic was a very well designed product…can’t wait until next years.
I kind of like the 1985
The redemption’s for the players just take in the draft will be considered XRC’s because those players don’t have base cards in the set. I really think this product will be listed as a 2012/13 product and the base cards of Luck, RG3, Wilson, etc will be rookies. Check out the secondary prices these cards have been selling at. The 9 different RC variations are extremely hot. An RG3 sold for $350 and gold variations at $500.
Always love the throw back sets, archives and heritage always bring back memories of pack busting when we weren’t looking for all those autos and mems..
thanks for the break and i would like to win that box so i can open it up with my kids so they could see how some of old cards looked when i started to collect
I can’t say that I am a fan. I have never been a fan of the older Topps. I do like the Topps Shiny (glossy?), and the gold sparkly ones!
I’ve always liked Heritage.Love the classic look
My favorite cards out of the archives set is the mayo’s because you really don’t have to worry about chipping and other nonsense that the companies are putting on cards these days, plus even if you get a mini autographed it looks good. Thanks for the competition!
I have always loved the mid-80s Topps releases.
Every pack takes me back to my childhood and collecting sets pack by pack.
Love that Blackmon!
i liked the 1982 for some reason
I love the look of the old style of cards brought back to life in this product
I’m partial to the 1984 set, but that’s purely for nostalgic reasons. It’s the first set I ever collected.
Heritage is to me great to collect
I love the topps chrome design but platinums are a very, very close second.
I’ve never been a big football fan, but I love the looks of the Vikings cards in a lot of the newer sets
I love the old school products with current chase elements .. a nice change!
1991 Stadium Club. It was pretty much a treat getting this stuff when I was a kid and I still remember what many of the cards look like after all these years. It definitely made a lasting impression
I like the Topps Archives as they have the retro design.
I would love a box of Topps Archives football.
I still love the 86 design!
The 70s always did it for me. Simple, colorful, and some plain player shots that made me want to go out and take pictures myself.
2010 Topps is one of my faves along with 1985
that jpp is the 69 insert card!
nice looking cards!
2012 Topps Legend.
I love the retro designs! 1985 has to be the best looking one in my opinion.
I personally like 1991 Topps Stadium Club, a close second is 1980 Topps. Simple design and some good photos.
’84 – was one of my dads first sets.
2001 Topps Gallery…love the art themed sets!
love the Archives set last time My son hit a big blue auto of LaURENCE TAYLOR .
i LIKE 89 85 AND THE GLOSSY PHOT’OS.
favorite design will always be the 1955 topps all-american set, it is classic with its black and white photography and mascot art in the corner not to mention the checklist is loaded with legends, hall-of-famers, and heisman trophy winners. That set has always been a hit with other collectors I have talked with.
I love the ’86 Topps design.
I think they should go for Topps archives Hockey and Basketball as well !
Love the 1986 design
I love the archives idea.
My favorite topps design was the 1975 topps….especially because of all the great steelers in that set
i love the 2010 Topps Finest look…simple but sleek
Like the new 2013 Archives, been getting them when available here locally.
definitely have to go with 1986 – Jerry Rice Rookie year and a design that started a new phase in cards forever!
I love the look of this multi-year product. I love that the autos are of more obscure players (Okoye, Gault, Mecklenburg, Warner, Muncie, etc). I love seeing a product come out that sets itself aside from other products. And I thought it was awesome that Topps threw a 4 card cut out on the bottom of the boxes… Just like the good ole’ days!!!
Congrats to Bryan Olsen for winning the box.
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