Topps unveils Ginter artifacts
By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor
For the select few collectors who found artifacts of a different kind in their boxes of 2012 Allen & Ginter baseball cards, today is your day.
The mystery of the Ginter Artifacts cards is no more.
On Friday, Topps detailed exactly what the “unusual artifact[s] from the past” are for the N43 redemptions.
Card No. 1 – Carcharodon Megalodon tooth (10 million years old)
Card No. 2 – Bronze coin (Roman Empire)
Card No. 3 – Cleoniceras Species fossil (120 million years old)
Card No. 4 – Native American stone point (500 – 9,000 years old)
Card No. 5 – Neolithic stone point (3,000 to 8,000 years old)
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