Back for another year–this time focused on the popular 1967 set, 2016 Topps Heritage Baseball has been a big seller in stores, online and on the secondary market.
Whether you keep up with the various photo variations and other quirks or not, Heritage is popular with set collectors.
It’s never been a hit-based product but each hobby box has one box topper–either a 1967-style insert poster, an ad panel card or an original 1967 Topps ‘buyback’ card. There’s one relic or autographed card per box.
You can get full details on the product including a checklist here.
Mike Fruitman of Mike’s Stadium Sportscards in Aurora, CO dives into a box and offers some interesting info on how well Heritage sells, a tale about a collector chasing only gum-stained cards and more.
Mike Fruitman owns Mike’s Stadium Sportscards in Aurora, CO. Normally, his column focuses on what products are selling best in hobby shops. He’s got thousands of cards for sale on COMC.com under the ID cardmn5150. Enjoy new arrivals and big hits from Mike’s on Twitter. Mike’s is always looking for more friends on Facebook and you can email him at [email protected]