2021 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Active Player Edition Checklist and Details
The premise behind 2021 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Active Player Edition is straightforward. Every hobby box has one card. It’s a buyback — an original Topps-branded card from the past — that has since been signed.
This means that all autographs are on-card and the checklist is all current players (for the past several years, Topps has done a separate release for retired players). Veterans and young players are among the possibilities. Drawing from such a wide net of card possibilities, individual cards usually have low serial numbers. However, a lot of players are also signing many different cards. Also because of this, Topps doesn’t release specific breakdowns on the individual cards. Instead, it’s a simplified list of signers.
All 2021 Archives Signature Series cards come with a gold foil stamp. This notes the release and acts as a way of ensuring autographs are authentic. Cards also come in a holder.
2021 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Active Player Edition at a glance:
Cards per pack: 1
Packs per box: 1
Boxes per case: 20
Release date: January 20, 2021
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What to expect in a hobby box:
- Buyback Autographs – 1
2021 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Active Player Edition Checklist
A list of specific cards and print runs for specific players isn’t available. The following is a full list of players with autographs in the product. Players are arranged alphabetically by last name.
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Ronald Acuna Jr.
Vlad Guerrero Jr.
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
Lance McCullers Jr.
Fernando Tatis Jr.