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Old 03-30-2020, 06:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Gary Dunaier View Post
I think the Heritage set is great because it allows you to "collect" the older designs using modern players. This can be a gateway set to introduce younger fans, and newbie adult collectors, to the idea of collecting the original vintage designs.



The one thing I hate - and I do mean hate - about the set is that they didn't wait a year before starting it. If Topps had waited until 2002 to introduce Heritage, they'd be able to say they're using designs from 50 years ago. "49 years ago" doesn't have that same ring.
Great point! I have thought about how the 50 year celebration could have been a thing every single year.

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