Topps releases 1952 Tribute jumbo team sets

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By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor

The famed 1952 Topps set is back — in jumbo team set form — via the latest online offering from Topps.

The 2015 Topps 1952 Tribute team sets were unveiled by the company on Thursday, and they’re the latest in oversized cards and wall art offered only on the company’s website.

This time, the standard team sets are limited to only 99 copies and are available for 18 teams. A Legend version is limited to only 49 copies and includes a card of a past star for 18 MLB teams.

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Printed on 16-point glossy stock, these 5- by 7-inch sets are $19.99 for the standard version and $49.99 for the Legends version.

Among the teams available are the Yankees, Red Sox, Angels, Pirates, Reds, Twins, Dodgers, Brewers, Nationals, Mets, Cubs, Phillies, Royals, Cardinals, Orioles, Giants, Athletics and Tigers.

Legends bonus cards include the likes of Derek Jeter, Ted Williams, Harmon Killebrew, Johnny Bench, Ernie Banks, Jackie Robinson and Nolan Ryan to name a few.

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball and Beckett Sports Card Monthly magazines. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an email to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter @chrisolds2009.

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4 comments

  1. Ron VanRyswyk 11 April, 2015 at 09:01

    Will topps please stop marketing this kind of stuff. Every day I get an email from them about a “new collectible”
    product. They all look like they belong at Walmart. Please just concentrate on making good cards at a fair price.
    It’s no wonder shows are going back to vintage material again . The new stuff is mass marketed trash.

  2. chrisolds 13 April, 2015 at 09:37

    Ron: A lot of collectors complain that they don’t have enough to collect. This is a weekly option done in less time than normal that’s limited, can reflect recent happenings and should, at some point, become popular.

    Why? Limited release and limited quantity.

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