2020 Topps Archive Baseball Cards Checklist – Handing collectors (2) Autographed Cards in every box, 2020 Topps Archives Baseball delivers value and beauty as it puts new faces on classic designs. With loads of NEW content and returning favorites, Archives is sure to be a hit with collectors when it releases on Friday, August 23rd, 2020!

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2020 Topps Archives Baseball Cards delivers (2) Autographed Cards plus (1) Topps Nickname Mini-Poster in Every Box! 2020 Topps Archives Baseball once again delivers as THE nostalgia set of the Baseball Card calendar! Keep an eye out for pickups of classic Topps subsets and inserts such as 1960 Topps All-Star Rookies and 1976 Topps Traded cards along with newly composed Topps Nickname Poster cards! Collect all 300 Base Set cards featuring classic Topps designs from 1955, 1974, and 2002 across a variety of parallels* and RARE variations!

Loaded into boxes are the returning and always-popular Fan Favorites Autographs. Utilizing the famous 1982 Topps Baseball design, these signed cards include hot rookies like Aristides Aquino and stars of yesteryear like Gary Sheffield. The Premium offshoot insert, meanwhile, offers signatures from Cal Ripken Jr.Fernando Tatis Jr. and a host of other big names. Other autograph programs include tributes to the 1955, 1960, 1964, 1976, 1989 and 1990 designs. Among these series, the 1960 design will rise high on wantlists, as Combo Cards Autograph parallels the insert set. Look for young Superstars from six MLB teams in this limited insert!  

NEW for 2020, and the first cards collectors will see when they open a box, are Nickname Poster Cards. Falling (1) per box as a Box Topper, these 15 over-sized cards feature current standout players like Noah Syndergaard, Aaron Judge and Mike Trout alongside legends such as Ernie Banks, Hank Aaron and Duke Snider. Five players, including Trout and Aaronalso signed for an autographed parallel. Also NEW this year are 1990 Topps Rookies, 1989 Cornfield Variation Cards, 1960 Combos Cards, 1960 All-Star Rookies and 1976 Topps Traded.

For full product information, please visit the 2020 Topps Archives Baseball Product Page.

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