2019 Topps Gold Label MLB Baseball Cards Checklist – The popular Gold Label baseball from Topps returns on Wednesday, October 16th, 2019. This year’s edition features a nice mix of rookies, established veterans and retired stars! Look for the popular gold framed autographs along with plenty of images variations, parallels and different classes of the base set to collect in this year’s edition of Gold Label!

You can download a copy of the complete checklist below.

2019 Topps Gold Label MLB Baseball Cards Checklist

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2019 Topps Gold Label Baseball Cards delivers (1) Framed Autographed Card and (4) Base Parallels in Every Box! 2019 Topps Gold Label will highlight 100 MLB players including rising rookies, veteran superstars and retired greats. Each subject will receive THREE versions to collect: Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3. ALL Base Cards will showcase two player images, with a new image variation throughout every class. Each class version will also feature Black, Blue, Red and Gold Parallels to chase and collect! NEW content this year includes Gold Prospect Relic CardsParallels: Black #’d/5, Gold #’d/1-of-1! Collect a base set featuring 100 MLB players highlighting rising rookies, veteran superstars and retired greats. Each subject will receive THREE versions to collect: Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3. ALL Base Cards will showcase two player images, with a new image variation throughout every class. Each class version will also feature Black, Blue, Red and Gold Parallels to chase and collect

For more information about 2019 Topps Gold Label MLB Baseball Cards, please visit the product page.

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