2019 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Hanger Box
Complete your Topps Heritage set with the release of 2019 Topps® Heritage High Number Baseball, with new cards featuring Rookie Call-Ups and Traded Veteran Players.
Highlights of this set include Real One Autographs and Clubhouse Collection Relics!
Showcasing 200 veterans and rookie players who did not appear in Heritage.
Collect all 25 High-Numbered Short-Printed cards.
BASE CARD VARIATIONS:
- Silver Metal Base Variations – printed on metal stock. Limited.
- Error Short Prints – Limited.
- Trade Variations – Limited.
- Nickname Variations – Limited.
- Throwback Uniform Variations – Limited.
BASE CARD CHROME PARALLELS
50 subjects from the Base set showcased on Chrome technology. Sequentially Numbered to 999
- Refractor Parallel – Numbered to 570.
- Black Bordered Parallel – Numbered to 70.
- SuperFractor Parallel – Numbered 1-of-1.
- HOT BOX Refractor Parallel RETAIL VALUE BOX.
BASE CARD MINI VARIATIONS
Mini Base Variation – Numbered to 100.
Real One Autographs – Retired and active players sign ON-CARD autographs in blue ink. Select cards will feature players that appeared for the last time on a Topps card in 1970.
Real One Special Edition – Hand Numbered to 70 or less. Signed in red ink
Clubhouse Collection Autograph Relics – Uniform and bat relic cards to be signed on card by active and retired players. Hand-numbered to 25 or less.
Clubhouse Collection Relics – Uniform and bat relic cards of active stars.
- Gold Parallel – Numbered to 99.
Clubhouse Collection Dual Relic – Dual uniform and/or bat relic cards featuring retired and active players. Hand-numbered to 70.
Clubhouse Collection Triple Relic – Triple uniform and/or bat relic cards featuring retired and active players. Hand-numbered to 25.
Clubhouse Collection Quad Relic – Quad uniform and/or bat relic cards featuring retired and active players. Hand-numbered to 10.
1970 Baseball Cut Signatures – Featuring players who made the news in 1970. Numbered 1-of-1.
1970 Celebrity Cut Signatures – Featuring musicians and celebrities that were popular in 1970. Numbered 1-of-1.
Rookie Performers – Top rookies not captured in 2019 Heritage.
Combo Cards – Featuring multiple players from the same franchise.
Now and Then – Featuring a highlighted date from the 2018 season and the corresponding feat from that date in 1970.
Award Winners – Cards featuring the biggest awards in MLB® and the corresponding winner.
1970 Topps® Scratch Offs – Replicating the 1970 Scratch Offs.
1970 Topps® Player Story Booklets – Replicating the 1970 Topps®
Player Story Booklets, highlighting top veteran and rookie players. RETAIL ONLY