2015 Topps Dynasty baseball cards

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By Chris Olds

2015 Topps Dynasty Baseball is bringing back the ultra high-end.

Last year, the brand’s debut marked the most-expensive single-card pack of baseball cards in Topps history as the company dubbed it as “the most carefully curated subject list in trading card history” and the “most-premium Topps product of all time.”

This year, every pack includes an autographed patch, cut auto, autographed dual Relic or a cut auto dual Relic..

Get a fully sortable 2015 Topps Dynasty Baseball checklist.

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2015 Topps Dynasty Baseball cards are be printed on embossed stock and Topps promises they are cards “you need to see to believe.” Among the signers on the checklist — which will all be on-card and limited to no more than 10 copies per card — are Mike Trout, Ken Griffey Jr., Mariano Rivera, Sandy Koufax, Cal Ripken Jr. and Bryce Harper to name a few. Will Ferrell also appears in the product with his first autographed patch cards.

Autographed patches have 1/1 parallels for collectors to chase, while a second version is limited to only five copies. Duals are limited to just five copies each, also having a 1/1 parallel.

The remainder of cut autos are 1/1 creations.

2015 Topps Dynasty Baseball at a glance:

Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 1
Boxes per case: 5
Release date: December 16, 2015

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Autographed Patch, Autographed Dual Relic or Cut Signature Cards – 1

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10 comments

  1. Mike Pereira 23 April, 2015 at 07:27

    Dynasty looks like a mix of National Treasures and Museum Collection. I like it but it’s becoming an overload of high end products that are $200 and above which lessens the impact of the other high end products. I remember when each manufacture just had only one high end product per year. I like Dynasty but the value of high end is dropping so fast since their is so many.

  2. Ron 23 April, 2015 at 08:14

    Beautiful cards, I wonder if I will have my 2014 Dynasty Greg Maddux auto patch redemption in my hands before this set is released in November? At this price point there should not be any redemptions when you only get one card per pack. Just my opinion.

  3. phillies_joe 23 April, 2015 at 11:50

    1st…thanks for the notification. I think the cards look great! As I am mostly a low/mid-range collector, a shot at a Babe cut signature had me voting yes, though it really is a maybe. This is definitly a PC / flipper product and my main reservation would be pulling a card that truely doesn’t give me 1/2 or 3/4 the price back in open market value. Great stuff though……..

  4. Larry 23 April, 2015 at 19:20

    I would be ok with it if every player didn’t have 4 versions. Plus I would like to see a clear picture of the player, not a dot matrix image of the player from a 1970’s computer.

  5. Corey 24 April, 2015 at 09:11

    That maybe the worst card design in the last 100 years of cards. I love the patches that they do on cards but the design…. I am also assuming they will be glossy from the pic. I really liked last years stock and how it had an old card feel with all the greatness of the modern card. Two thumbs down this year, from two thumbs up last year, Topps.

  6. David D 25 April, 2015 at 00:54

    Any Reggie “bat” barrel cards, with the remaining portion of the baseball bat that he smashed against the dugout walls?

  7. dust 25 April, 2015 at 13:58

    All this high end stuff is the reason why u can’t hardly pull anything good from mid level stuff. I’m sick of always pulling 2nd to late round rookie autos out of everything!!! Give a kid a chance to pull something amazing for a change. The next step is a product only rich people can buy.

  8. B.Smith 27 April, 2015 at 08:28

    The cards look great but do you guys know the income of the average collector? If you guys did like 1 or even 2 high-end products a year, maybe, but one after the other is getting ridiculous! And you seriously got the audacity to put redemptions in? C’mon now tighten up Topps!

  9. Rich 1 January, 2016 at 20:19

    Does anyone know how topps determines what card you get from a redemption. I pulled a Bryce Harper redemption. I’ve had two people offer to buy it from me before I left the card store. I was curious if the serial number was assigned a certain card or if it is totally random. Thanks

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