2021 Topps Heritage Baseball Hobby Box 03/26/2021

anglinomics

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At the crossroads of modern Baseball and nostalgia, collectors will find 2021 Topps Heritage Baseball. Cards will feature current stars and legendary players on cards featuring or inspired by the classic 1972 Topps design.


Packs may contain Real One Autographs, Clubhouse Collection Relics, Chrome Base Card Variations, original 1972 Topps Baseball cards, and more!


Each Hobby Box contains one autograph or relic and 1 box loader.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

BASE CARDS

500 modern stars of Baseball appear on cards featuring the iconic 1972 Topps Baseball design. Includes short printed cards, #401-500 (1:3 packs).

Base Card Parallels
- Black Bordered – Limited to 50 HOBBY EXCLUSIVE
- Flip Stock – Limited to 5 HOBBY EXCLUSIVE

Base Card Variations (Select subjects)
- Mini Base – numbered to 100
- Throwback Uniforms – ULTRA RARE
- Action Images – HOBBY EXCLUSIVE
- Nickname Variations – Limited
Look for more unannounced surprises!

Base Card Chrome Variations
100 of the most collectible cards get the CHROME treatment.
Limited Parallels:
- Refractor - #’d to 572
- Black Bordered - #’d to 72
- Gold Bordered - #’d to 5 HOBBY EXCLUSIVE
- SuperFractor - #’d 1 of 1
- Hot Box Refractor – HOBBY AND VALUE BOX EXCLUSIVES


INSERT CARDS

New Age Performers
25 modern players whose performances have eclipsed the giants of the past.

Then and Now
Comparing 1972 stars with their modern-day equivalents.

Baseball Flashbacks
Relive highlights from the 1972 season.

News Flashbacks
World news moments from 1972 receive their own cards.

NEW! The Great One
A 21 card set celebrating the life and career of The Great one, Roberto Clemente.


AUTOGRAPHS

Real One Autographs
On-card autographs of current and retired MLB greats.

Real One Special Edition Autographs
Signed in red ink and hand numbered to 72

Real One Dual Autographs
Hand numbered to 25 or less HOBBY ONLY

Real One Triple Autographs
Hand numbered to 5 HOBBY ONLY

NEW! Rangers Inaugural Season Autographs
Featuring players from the 1972 Texas Rangers with on-card autographs. Limited to 100 or less per subject.


AUTOGRAPH RELICS

Clubhouse Collection Autographed Relics
Featuring game-used relics and on-card autographs. Hand numbered to 25 or less
- Autograph patch parallel – hand-numbered 1 of 1 HOBBY ONLY

Clubhouse Collection Dual Autographed Relics
Pairings with game-used relics and on-card autographs. Hand numbered to 10 or less - HOBBY ONLY
- Autograph patch parallel – hand-numbered 1 of 1 HOBBY ONLY

Flashback Autographed Relics
Celebrating moments from the 1972 season with retired greats’ on-card autographs and game-used relics.
- Autograph patch parallel – hand-numbered 1 of 1 HOBBY ONLY


RELICS

Clubhouse Collection Relics –
Game-used uniform and bat pieces from leading MLB stars.
- Gold Parallel - #’d to 99 or less
- Patch Parallel – Hand-numbered 1 of 1 HOBBY ONLY

Clubhouse Collection Dual Relics – Hand-numbered to 72
- Patch Parallel – Hand-numbered 1 of 1 HOBBY ONLY

Clubhouse Collection Triple Relics – Hand-numbered to 25
- Patch Parallel – Hand-numbered 1 of 1 HOBBY ONLY

Clubhouse Collection Quad Relics – Hand-numbered to 10
- Patch Parallel – Hand-numbered 1 of 1 HOBBY ONLY

1972 Mint
Featuring coins minted in 1972 with stars from MLB. HOBBY EXCLUSIVE
- Nickel - #’d to 15
- Dime - #’d to 10
- Quarter - #’d to 5
- Half Dollar - #’d 1 of 1

1972 U.S. Postage Stamp Relics
MLB greats from yesterday and today alongside postage stamps released in 1972. Numbered to 50.

1972 Baseball Cut Signatures – Numbered 1 of 1

1972 Celebrity Cut Signatures – Numbered 1 of 1

NEW! The Great One Buybacks
Original Roberto Clemente Topps cards will receive a special foil stamp.


HOBBY BOX TOPPERS

NEW! Oversized 1972 Topps Baseball
50 select base cards receive oversized versions. Limited to 1000 each.
- Autographed Parallel – select subjects with on-card autographs. Limited to 25 or less

NEW! 1972 Topps Baseball Posters
Inspired by the original 1972 posters featuring current and legendary ballplayers. 1:2 boxes

1972 Topps Baseball Originals
Buyback cards from 1972 Topps Baseball featuring a foil stamp. 1:2 boxes

Review provided by Blowout Cards - Purchase: 2021 Topps Heritage Baseball Hobby Box (blowoutcards.com)
 
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anglinomics

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I bought 2 boxes from my local card shop. I call them to order because I wanted to pick them up to save on shipping. The shop manager said the shop was closed to walk in business because of the covid shutdown. I said, I could meet him in the parking lot. He said the owner has set the rules so I had to pay $8.00 shipping. I asked him if it would be sent priority and he said based on where I live, it would probably be priority. I am not happy about this. These products can be bought anywhere. I'm thinking they don't want walk in business because it is not as profitable as mail order. They actually came up on the first page of a search for "2021 Topps Heritage Hobby Box".
 

GotMelky

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That stinks - we're pretty much open for business where I'm at (never really closed down to be honest) but choices are limited. Will probably just order online like usual.
 

zlw1

MVP
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We have a group case and 2 box team break on the Group Breaks section if anyone is interested.
Open to doing more than those 14 boxes as well if there is more interest.
 

anglinomics

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The big change this year is the In Action cards are part of the base set. In the past they were variations, so it will be interesting to find out if they are short printed in any way. The top stars have inaction cards while the usual SPs (401-500) are lacking in star power. However, there may be some rookies in the high numbers.
 
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David K.

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Should be here tomorrow.....only getting a few packs.....GQ coming 4/2/2021....might get a box as I won't be buying any boxes of the bowman Chrome coming out on April 16, 2021....or tax day. Best regards, David
 

anglinomics

All-Star
756
5.00 star(s)
The big change this year is the In Action cards are part of the base set. In the past they were variations, so it will be interesting to find out if they are short printed in any way. The top stars have inaction cards while the usual SPs (401-500) are lacking in star power. However, there may be some rookies in the high numbers.
After watching a box break and with some help, I see that In Action cards are just base cards but they do make a few different puzzles on the card back. Action image is not the same as In Action as I had hoped. But Action Images are a variation just as in the past.
 
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