|12-26-2008, 08:32 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2007
Maybe The Greatest Hitorical Autographed Card Ever…barack Obama & Jackie Robinson
MAYBE THE GREATEST HITORICAL AUTOGRAPHED CARD EVER…BARACK OBAMA & JACKIE ROBINSON
Topps believes it may have produced one of the greatest historical autographed cards to date…The Dual Autograph featuring Barack Obama and Jackie Robinson.
This card and several other pieces of Americana will highlight the all-new new and exciting Topps American Heritage.
American Heritage will fuse the popular Topps Heritage brand name, a selection of classic Topps designs as well as new designs and tell the story of our country, The United States, through sports, politics, the arts and pop culture.
In Addition, this great looking set will be accompanied by an array of autographs, relic cards and cut signatures from every U.S. President. Each hobby box will guarantee 2 HITS!
The product breakdown is as follows:
BASE CARDS (150)
Heroes of the Revolution (10 subjects) – 1962 design
Explorers (10 subjects) – 1955
Inventors (10 subjects) – 1963
Writers(10 subjects) – 1953
Industrialists (10 subjects) – 1983
Military Leaders (10 subjects) – 1956
Civil Rights Leaders (10 subjects) – 1968
Artists (10 subjects) – 1973
Entertainers (10 subjects) – 1975
Statesmen & Jurists (10 subjects) – 1974
Great American Events (25 subjects) – 1961
2008 Election Collection (25 subjects) – 1971
Chrome Parallel sequentially numbered to 1776.
Chrome Refractor Parallel sequentially numbered to 76.
American Legends: (18) Includes baseball’s immortals. Sequentially #’d to 199.
American Icons: (10) Baseball’s icons off the field. Sequentially #’d to 99.
American Presidents: (44) Featuring all the U.S. Presidents on the 1952 Topps design (1:6)
American Celebrities (10) Featuring American celebrities (1:12)
Presidential Patches Includes a manufactured letter from the last name of every president. Sequentially #’d to 50.
American Legends Relics (15 subjects) – Featuring baseball’s all-time greats. Sequentially #’d to 25
American Legends Duals Relics (5 cards) #’d to 20.
American Legends 8-piece (2 cards) #’d to 1.
American History, Monuments & Presidential Relics (50+ subjects)Will include relic pieces from presidents, historic places and special events.
American Celebrity Relics (10 subjects)
Presidential Cut Signatures (43 subjects). #’d to 1. Every President in US history.
American Legends Cut Signatures (10 subjects) Featuring baseball greats such as babe Ruth. #’d to 1
American Legends & Presidents Dual (3 cards) #’d to 1
American History Cut Signatures (25 subjects) U.S. Historical figures #’d to 1
American History Dual Cut Signatures (5 cards) #’d to 1
American History Quad Cut Signatures (3 cards) #’d to 1
American Cut Signature Relics (3 subjects) Includes a cut signature and a relic tied a specific event or place related to the subject #’d to 1.
American Celebrity Autographs (10 subjects)
Each 8-card pack carries a $3.00 SRP.
|12-26-2008, 01:50 PM||#2 (permalink)|
I hear this card can also cure cancer.
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|12-26-2008, 04:45 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: South Central PA
Just how many of those Topps Auto Stickers did Jackie Robinson sign before he died?
Concentrating on my personal collection. Please drop me a PM if you have any of the following for sale: Topps Football 1956-1959; 1961-1964, 1967-1968; Philadelphia Football 1964-1967, Autographs of Baseball/Football Vintage Stars and Hall of Famers (especially on card autos), 1990's Topps Chrome Refractor Inserts of all sports.
|12-26-2008, 09:52 PM||#8 (permalink)|
Actually, I'd love a dual Ronald Regan/Harry Caray auto card. I remember watching a Cubs game once and there being some big to do. Nobody knew what was going on...the crowd started chanting "Jody-Jody" because Jody Davis had just been traded. It turns out Regan made a surprise visit. He and Harry talking together up in the booth was really cool.