2016 Topps Archives Signature Series All-Star Edition Baseball Player Checklist and Details

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2016 Topps Archives Signature Series All-Star Edition Baseball is a mouthful to read or say out loud. But the concept couldn’t be simpler. Like last year’s similar release, every card is an autographed buyback.

2016 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Header

Boxes come with just one item. It’s an original Topps or Bowman card from the past that has since been signed (if you’re unsure what a buyback card is, check this out). The product gets the “All-Star Edition” notation because every card has a retired player who was an All-Star at least once in their career.

Cards come with an All-Star foil stamp noting they’re from this particular release. They’re also numbered and come already in a case. Signatures are all on-card.

2016 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Jose Canseco 1989 Topps

Due to the nature of the product, it’ll be tough to nail down a full set. Rather, it’s aimed at fans of particular players and teams looking for a combination of autographs and nostalgia.

A couple of wrinkles have been added from 2015 Topps Archives Signature Series. First up are dual autographs. These are cards that picture two players and are signed by both. Memorabilia card buybacks are also available in 2016 Topps Archives Signature Series All-Star Edition Baseball that transform existing relic cards into autographed relics.

2016 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Edgar Martinez Topps Ten Relic

2016 Topps Archives Signature Series All-Star Edition Baseball at a glance:

Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 1
Boxes per case: 20
Release date: August 31, 2016

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Autographed Buyback Cards – 1

2016 Topps Archives Signatures Series Checklist

Please note the following is a list of players in the product released by Topps. They have not put out a detailed breakdown of which cards have been signed and in what quantities.

102 players.

2016 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Reggie Jackson 1984 Topps

Hank Aaron
Jim Abbott
Joe Adcock
Sandy Alomar Jr.
Sparky Anderson
Carlos Baerga
Harold Baines
Ernie Banks
Johnny Bench
Craig Biggio
Wade Boggs
Bobby Bonds
Lou Burdette
Jose Canseco
Rod Carew
Gary Carter
Roger Clemens
Jeff Conine
Johnny Conine
Al Dark
Darren Daulton
Eric Davis
Carlos Delgado
Bucky Dent
Don Drysdale
Leo Durocher
Dennis Eckersley
Bob Feller
Tony Fernandez
Mark Fidrych
Rollie Fingers
Carlton Fisk
George Foster
John Franco
Andres Galarraga
Nomar Garciaparra
Steve Garvey
Tom Glavine
Tom Gordon
Shawn Green
Ken Griffey Jr.
Ken Griffey Sr.
Steve Gromek
Ozzie Guillen
Tony Gwynn
Jim Hunter
Monre Irvin
Bo Jackson
Reggie Jackson
Randy Johnson
Chipper Jones
George Kell
Harmon Killebrew
Ralph Kiner
Sandy Koufax
Barry Larkin
Bob Lemon
Greg Maddux
Billy Martin
Edgar Martinez
Ed Matthews
Gil McDougald
Mark McGwire
Minnie Minosa
Kevin Mitchell
Johnny Mize
Paul Molitor
Don Mueller
Mark Mulder
Dale Murphy
Stan Musial
Joe Nierko
Paul O’Neill
John Olerud
Andy Pafko
Andy Pettite
Mike Piazza
Jim Rice
Cal Ripken Jr.
Robin Roberts
Frank Robinson
Al Rosen
Nolan Ryan
Curt Schilling
Herb Score
Bill Skowron
Enos Slaughter
John Smoltz
Duke Snider
Warren Spahn
Willie Stargell
Kent Tekulve
Frank Thomas
Mickey Vernon
Omar Vizquel
Billy Wagner
Earl Weaver
Hoyt Wilhelm
Ted Williams
Carl Yastrzemski
Robin Yount
Don Zimmer

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

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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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10 comments

  1. Dewayne Beck 30 August, 2016 at 22:57

    Was in an 8 box break with a John Franco /32 and a an Omar Visquel /36. Not at all upset about it but haven’t seen the checklist. Overall excited to see who and what cards will be featured.

  2. David J 1 September, 2016 at 11:58

    While I love seeing Gary Carter in new product, it’s a bit annoying for something like this since they are either going to have to use a sticker auto or they bought an already autographed card (which makes me question the authenticity).

  3. Richard 1 September, 2016 at 12:03

    The dead players are buybacks.
    Topps purchased them, hopefully authenticated them via someone who knows what they are doing, and then added the gold foil stamp and slabbed them.

  4. Paul Angilly 1 September, 2016 at 13:34

    Actually, many of these players are deceased. I take it Topps bought cards of those players that had already been signed in the past – hopefully they have been authenticated? What’s the deal with those?

  5. Chris 20 September, 2016 at 19:12

    Just pulled a Hank Aaron 1of1 and a Randy Johnson 1of1. I’ve been having pretty good luck so far with this product.

  6. Brad 14 December, 2016 at 00:47

    I wish my cards from the Archives All-Star edition were in the Beckett price guide- I hit the 1/1 Nolan Ryan

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