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1999 Topps Gallery Auction Points

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For the second straight year, Topps ran their Auction Points promotion within the Gallery brand. The original artwork for each of the twenty 1999 Topps Gallery Heritage insert cards, plus the four different colored printing plates (Black, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow) used to produce the Heritage cards, attractively framed together, were the grand prizes. Collectors were encouraged to accumulate as many points as possible utilizing seven different points… [Read More]

For the second straight year, Topps ran their Auction Points promotion within the Gallery brand. The original artwork for each of the twenty 1999 Topps Gallery Heritage insert cards, plus the four different colored printing plates (Black, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow) used to produce the Heritage cards, attractively framed together, were the grand prizes. Collectors were encouraged to accumulate as many points as possible utilizing seven different points cards - all of which were randomly seeded into packs as follows: 25 points - 1:1, 100 points - 1:12, 1000 points - 1:240, 5000 points - 1:640, Double Points 1:640. Once a collector had accumulated as many points as possible, he or she had to then decide upon which of the pieces of Heritage artwork to vie for. All point cards had to be sent in to Topps by October 15th, 1999. No prices for the auction cards have been provided below because the points were traded at a fraction of a penny each. As the deadline neared, it was typical to see transaction for tens of thousands of points trading hands in bulk lots for 1/10th or 1/20th of a penny per point. [Collapse]

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