Topps releases remaining NSCC sets online




By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor

If you missed the show of all shows, Topps has two show-only releases that you can still get — at least for a limited time.

Three limited sets of 5-by-7 baseball cards — one featuring notable Chicago icons and the other featuring game’s biggest young stars on High Tek stock — were only found at the National Sports Collectors Convention but now are available now on Two other sets showcase young stars of the NFL.


The Tek sets were sold at the show for $49.99 with star rookies Kris Bryant or Addison Russell leading the way for baseball. There were 1/1 Gold cards randomly inserted into the sets at the show for both the baseball and football releases and every set includes one card that is limited to only 50 copies.

Set A’s checklist includes:
Kris Bryant
Noah Syndegaard
Carlos Correa
Francisco Lindor
Maikel Franco
Chase: Mike Trout, Frank Thomas, Mariano Rivera, Nolan Ryan

Set B’s checklist includes:
Addison Russell
Carlos Rodon
Byron Buxton
Jorge Soler
Joc Pederson
Chase: Clayton Kershaw, Bryce Harper, Ken Griffey Jr., Cal Ripken Jr.

The standard-stock Cubs set is $24.99 and features highlights from Topps releases this year. They include:

Kris Bryant – 2015 Bowman
Jorge Soler – 2015 Topps
Anthony Rizzo – 2015 Archives
Ernie Banks – 2015 Stadium Club
Jon Lester – 2015 Heritage
Kris Bryant – 2015 Topps
Jorge Soler – 2015 Bowman
Anthony Rizzo – 2015 Heritage
Ernie Banks – 2015 Gypsy Queen
Jon Lester – 2015 Archives
Kris Bryant – 2015 Stadium Club
Jorge Soler – 2015 Gypsy Queen
Anthony Rizzo – 2015 Topps
Ernie Banks – 2015 Museum Collection
Jon Lester – 2015 Topps

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 Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.


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  1. Larry 3 August, 2015 at 15:34

    Couldn’t give them all away, so now they sell them? Disgusting what Topps will do to make a buck. NO THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    From Olds: These sets were sold at the show, not given away.

  2. Mike Pereira 3 August, 2015 at 19:17

    The only problem with these is that they’re oversized which makes them harder to store and display. I don’t know if most collector have a big space to put all these on a shelf. I guess they’re good to get autographed but they don’t fit in my collecting space.

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