Are the 2016 Heritage "Rookie Stars" Cards not RCs?

Beachbum

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You can always count on me for the stupid questions.

I've seen these types of cards being RCs in the past (maybe not Heritage) but I have accumulated a few of them and noticed they don't have the RC designation that Topps like to use which leads me to my original question.

Are these team "Rookie Stars" cards not RCs?
 

cjay101

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I would treat them as such.

The action variations (same number, but a single player) have the RC designations.

The first card in a main issue set like Heritage should be considered a RC.

The better question is why over the years they have tagged so many NON rookie cards with the RC logo!

Cory
 

Beachbum

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I would treat them as such.

The action variations (same number, but a single player) have the RC designations.

The first card in a main issue set like Heritage should be considered a RC.

The better question is why over the years they have tagged so many NON rookie cards with the RC logo!

Cory

Good point! Seems very random to me.
 

JGerutfan9

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If a player had a RC before the new rules came into play into 06, they'd still get the RC Logo and be marked as a (RC) in beckett. As for the 16 Heritage, I am unsure but they are sometimes random on what is a RC and what isn't.

Eric
 
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