Topps brings one of its baseball brands to the octagon Wednesday with the release of 2016 Topps Museum UFC.
Boxes will consist of one eight-card pack and collectors can expect one autograph, one auto relic and one relic card in each. A full checklist for 2016 Topps Museum UFC is available below.
2016 Topps Museum UFC Basics
As usual with most of today’s trading card products, there will be parallels including: Copper (numbered), Gold (numbered to 75), Sapphire (numbered to 50), Ruby (numbered to 25) and Emerald (1/1).
Canvas Collection Originals – A fixture in Topps’ baseball and football releases, Canvas Collection will be part of the UFC product, with 1/1 original fighter artworks created by artists contracted to Topps.
Meaningful Material Relics – Fight-worn or event-used materials will be sliced and diced for inclusion. Parallels include Gold (numbered to 35), Copper (numbered to 10), and Emerald (1/1).
Museum Memorabilia – These jumbo-sized relic pieces will feature UFC material. Each will be 1/1.
Three different tiers of Quad Relics that have pieces of fighter-worn or event-used memorabilia will also be in the mix.
Archival Autographs – UFC veterans, retired stars and newcomers are featured with some autographs signed on-card. Parallels include Gold (numbered to 25), Ruby (numbered to 10), and Emerald (1/1).
Museum Collection Framed Autographs – Framed cards with on-card autographs. Parallels include Gold Frame (numbered to 15), Silver Frame (numbered to 5), and Black Frame (1/1).
Dual Autographs: Two fighters pictured on the same card, each with an autograph.
Autograph Relic Cards
Gold (numbered to 25) and Emerald (1/1) parallels will be the big chase cards here but more common will be the standard single, dual and triple auto relics that will also be sequentially numbered.
Box prices online are currently hovering at around $80. Click here to see them.