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For the last several years I've built three topps sets a year. Regular topps , platinum and chrome. Now 60 years of topps is gone! I really liked chrome and platinum because they were small sets with lots of inserts and parallels. I'm trying to decide which one or 2 sets would be most like platinum and chrome to build. Any suggestions?
Prizm might be the closest example to Chrome out there. I've always been curious about a pure "base" Panini product like Topps regular issue and if I had to pick, I'd say Score is the closest in terms of checklist size and variety of inserts. Platinum I couldn't say.
I build Score sets every year and this is the first year I can remember that they didn't put which team drafted the RCs. LOTS of cheap inserts, but the occasional auto or limited serial numbered cards too. They also include RCs of players that were undrafted and have played a year or two like Brent Grimes and Eric Weems RCs were just regular cards with the Falcons.
(06-13-2016 02:56 AM)collectorsnet Wrote: [ -> ]I build Score sets every year and this is the first year I can remember that they didn't put which team drafted the RCs. LOTS of cheap inserts, but the occasional auto or limited serial numbered cards too. They also include RCs of players that were undrafted and have played a year or two like Brent Grimes and Eric Weems RCs were just regular cards with the Falcons.

Started a Score set.
In all seriousness, pick the one with the prettiest pictures. These are for you. You should like looking at them.
Doing a 2016 contenders for rookie coverage then I'll do one of the late releases for nfl logo players
Prizm is very similar to Chrome and is an easy and fun set to put together. I usually open a couple boxes and then start trading to finish off the rest, as there are a ton of rookies each year in Prizm and they only come 1 per pack.
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