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Old 03-25-2020, 07:14 AM
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Default Anyone here collect Topps Heritage?

2020 back to 2001?

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Old 03-25-2020, 08:09 AM
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I have all the Heritage sets, base and update, so far, in "master" form, in binders. Up to 2011 I also did all the variations but then stopped after they became too many, too scarce and too expensive. Ironically I have also kept my Topps run going by getting the Topps base and traded or update set as well. But from 1994 on they are still in boxes

I did the Hertiage sets because I had the underlying sets that they copied and liked them all. But am thinking I may stop doing Heritage sets after 1972, 1975 at the outside. Never had warm feelings about sets from the mid 70s through most of the 80s
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Old 03-25-2020, 09:01 AM
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As a fun project in addition to the 1952 set, I have amassed some unopened 2001 heritage boxes. Hard to believe they are 20 years old.
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Old 03-25-2020, 09:06 AM
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I've got each years set and a sealed box of each year. Will probably stop after next year.
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Old 01-20-2021, 09:04 AM
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I PC my Uncle Billy Klaus and I am hunting for his Heritage Buybacks. Please lmk if you one you'd part with.

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Old 03-25-2020, 09:22 AM
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I wish I had paid attention to/discovered Heritage sooner. Last year was the first time I really noticed and paid any attention to it. As someone who has collected vintage for a while, I am finding that I have reached a point of exhaustion with it on a few levels. I grew up in the 80s and my collecting attention is starting to focus from that decade forward. I am a set builder at heart and not really into a lot of the modern gimmicks. Heritage strikes a real cord with me. It mostly isn't terribly pricey either. I still enjoy the modern game. I am putting together 2020 and will probably start working backward, just not sure how far back I can realistically go. I really don't want to just buy sets..while that is cheaper, it isn't as satisfying.

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Old 03-26-2020, 07:19 AM
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I collect the Mets team sets from all Topps Heritage years and any related inserts or specials that replicate the look of the original cards. I had a few years done and just ordered a bunch from teamsets4u actually, kind of a shut-in project for me at the moment. It's the only modern issue I have any interest in really.
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Old 03-26-2020, 08:46 AM
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I collect the Mets team sets from all Topps Heritage years and any related inserts or specials that replicate the look of the original cards. I had a few years done and just ordered a bunch from teamsets4u actually, kind of a shut-in project for me at the moment. It's the only modern issue I have any interest in really.
That's me, too. I really don't collect modern (except for 80s), but I really like Heritage. I am going for sets beyond my Cardinals players.

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Old 03-26-2020, 08:48 AM
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I opened a few boxes i think a few yrs ago. Opened and threw back in closet somewhere as i dont pay much attention to the new stuff.
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Old 03-26-2020, 09:56 AM
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I love the look of Heritage; especially this year

I collect vintage and some modern. I understand modern cards can lose value, but because I like the modern game and most players, I have become drawn to modern cards.

Does anyone else lose focus and go back and forth between vintage and modern? I mostly collect Dodgers and with so many variations of sets, I tend to go back and forth.
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I get a few hobby boxes each year but have slowed down since 2015. I'm pretty good with 2001, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2015. The gum-stained cards and seemingly infinite alternate poses/uniforms/intentional errors kind of killed the fun but I still pick up odds and ends from those sets.
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I am loving this thread, guys! Please keep it going! I can't remember what I have posted and what I haven't. Sorry if this is a repeat, but I purchased a 2001 master set the other day. Can't wait to see it! I am also working on the 2020 and will also be working on picking up all of the sets over time. Really, really good stuff! I will just have to pace myself!

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Old 03-31-2020, 03:10 PM
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2020 back to 2001?

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Yes, past three years.
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Old 03-31-2020, 03:28 PM
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These are some examples of Heritage Boxtoppers. There are also 3 card salesmen sample panels and random cards from the set the heritage set was based on ( so this year there are 1971 cards with an embossed symbol inserted as a box topper.
But most of these examples are limited to between 50 and 100. And as someone else noted they dry up quickly in the market place. So I just try and get a few cards of players that I started putting away for my grandkids like Trout , Gleyber Torres, etc.
I have always enjoyed larger format cards and posters despite them not being as popular or valuable as regular issues. (There are some exceptions and a couple of these Trouts cost quite a bit on secondary market).
Anyone else with Heritage cards they enjoy and want to share?
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These are some examples of Heritage Boxtoppers. There are also 3 card salesmen sample panels and random cards from the set the heritage set was based on ( so this year there are 1971 cards with an embossed symbol inserted as a box topper.
But most of these examples are limited to between 50 and 100. And as someone else noted they dry up quickly in the market place. So I just try and get a few cards of players that I started putting away for my grandkids like Trout , Gleyber Torres, etc.
I have always enjoyed larger format cards and posters despite them not being as popular or valuable as regular issues. (There are some exceptions and a couple of these Trouts cost quite a bit on secondary market).
Anyone else with Heritage cards they enjoy and want to share?
That punchout Trout/Harper is sweet. I have some of the Greatest moments coming, will post them when they arrive.
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Old 04-26-2020, 05:33 PM
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Until recently when I decided to assemble my 1953 Bowman color set, I had all of the master sets from 2001- 2019. I was able to collect the SSP variations through 2008 and then 2010-2011. For my 2012 set I'm missing the Francoeur color swap and the Perez with the minor league stats title. Likewise, in 2015 Heritage I am missing the Donaldson and Miller traded cards to call it complete.

I am selling my master sets from 2001, 2016, 2017 and 2018. I have the logo variations for 2009 and 2014, the color swap variations for 2013 and action cards for 2013 and 2014 for sale as well. I'm almost done with my 53 Bowman set and am planning on purchasing 71 Topps complete sets in baseball, football and basketball to remember my childhood.
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I need a Jeter/Wright Punchout if anyone has one FS.
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That punchout Trout/Harper is sweet. I have some of the Greatest moments coming, will post them when they arrive.
I actually completed the 2020 boxtopper 55-card Greatest Moments set, only 50 of each made. Will post the set here in the next week.
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I actually completed the 2020 boxtopper 55-card Greatest Moments set, only 50 of each made. Will post the set here in the next week.
Now that is a good one.

I opened an entire case of 2020 Heritage; 1971 Topps has long been a favorite set. Didn't even manage a full set from the case. No real good hits either, though I did end up with the full number of hits averaged for a case.

i appreciate that the nature of the variation is spelled out right next to the card number this year. Those tiny codes were killing my eyes.







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I actually completed the 2020 boxtopper 55-card Greatest Moments set, only 50 of each made. Will post the set here in the next week.
I'd still like to see this if you get time.
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Has anyone opened any of the Heritage boxes from 2017 and below and received the mail in card for the autos? I believe they out them in some early print packs...or maybe I am mistaken.

As I understood it, they expire after 2 years. I was thinking to get a few older boxes from 2015 and before but would be sick if I received a mail in superstar auto/relic but it was expired. Maybe it is also me hoping /chances as I have never received one of these mail in cards after thousands of packs.

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Has anyone opened any of the Heritage boxes from 2017 and below and received the mail in card for the autos? I believe they out them in some early print packs...or maybe I am mistaken.

As I understood it, they expire after 2 years. I was thinking to get a few older boxes from 2015 and before but would be sick if I received a mail in superstar auto/relic but it was expired. Maybe it is also me hoping /chances as I have never received one of these mail in cards after thousands of packs.

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I got a couple of boxes of the 2001 when they came out. I still need Jeter and Ripken, if anyone has them for trade. I have a bunch of duplicate high numbers, would probably trade in someone's favor just to finish the set.
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I still need the Jeter and Ripken from 2001 if anyone has them....
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I have purchased a Heritage set every year that has included, in the last few years, 500 cards (1-400 base and 401-500 short prints). For the last 5 years or so, it has generally cost me $300-350. So far this year, the few sets listed on eBay for pre-sale are selling for around $570. Are cases of the 2021 Heritage cards a lot higher this year than in previous years so sets will be that much more expensive?
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