Packing an old school look with some new school content, 2020 Topps Museum Collection will make its annual return on June 17.
2020 Topps Museum Collection Configuration
The configuration remains the same as it was in 2019. Each hobby box will have four packs (mini boxes) with five cards in each: three base cards, a base parallel and one hit. Those hits will include one Autograph Relic, one on-card autograph, one Quad Relic and one relic card per box. Each case will have 12 boxes and the case hits will include pne Framed Autograph card and one Jumbo Relic Autograph.
Base and Insert Cards
Museum’s base set is usually on the smaller side with a total of 100 cards planned again this year. The parallel possibilities aren’t too hard to digest with five slated to be on the checklist including:
Sapphire: #’d to 150
Amethyst: #’d to 99
Ruby: #’d to 50
Emerald: #’d 1 of 1
Canvas Collection is back with 1/1 artist sketch cards including some that will be in a different shape. Some will be signed by the player.
Archival Autographs will have a checklist of around 100 players, all numbered to 299 or less including Copper (# to 50); Gold (# to 25) and 1/1 Emerald parallels.
Superstar Showpieces will feature action photos with on-card autographs, all numbered to 25. Dual and Triple on-card autographs will also be very limited.
Museum Framed Autographs return with a metallic frame surrounding a card that’s been signed. As mentioned above, they’re found only one per case and have Silver (# to 15); Gold (# to 10); Black (# to 5) and 1/1 Wood frame parallels.
Autographed Relic Cards
Museum Framed Autograph Patches feature on-card autographs accompanied by large pieces of game-used jerseys. They’ll be 1/1. Dual versions will be on a booklet-style card with 15 different pairings.
Momentous Material Jumbo Patches will have a checklist of over 60 players with each card numbered to 15, 5 (Gold) or 1 (Emerald). Dual versions will be numbered to 5 with 1/1 Emerald parallels.
Single-Player Signature Swatches Dual Relic Autographs will include two game-used memorabilia pieces and an autograph. All will be numbered to 399, 50 (Copper); 25 (Gold) or 1 (Emerald).
New this year are Autographed Jumbo Lumber Bat Relics. Up to 25 players will be featured on cards with bat barrel pieces and an autograph. All will be numbered to 5 or less.
Meaningful Materials Relics will feature MLB game-used memorabilia from veterans, rookies and retired players. All will be numbered to 50 or less with these parallels:
Copper: #’d to 35
Gold: #’d to 25
Ruby: #’d to 10
Emerald: #’d 1 of 1
Dual-player versions will be in the mix, too, with Copper, Ruby and Emerald parallels.
Momentous Material Jumbo Patch Relics will be numbered to 5 or 1.]
Museum Memorabilia will utilize the MLB logo patch from game-used uniforms while Laundry Tags will do the same for that type of patch. All will be 1/1.
Jumbo Lumber Bat Nameplate Relics will have a checklist of 50 players with cards be made from over 50 bat barrel nameplates from their game-used bats.
The one-per-box Quad Relics will include four pieces of game-used memorabilia, with each numbered to 99, 75 (Copper); 25 (Gold) and 1 (Emerald).
Single-player Primary Pieces Quad Relic Legends will focus on the biggest names in baseball and also include four game-used pieces. Each will be numbered to 25, 10 (Gold) or 1 (Emerald).
Four-player Primary Pieces Quad Relics will highlight up to 25 four player combinations with game-used memorabilia from each. They’ll be numbered to 99, 75 (Copper), 25 (Gold and 1 (Emerald).