Box Break, 2016 Topps Archives Baseball Blaster

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Brief Product Review

While I do generally feel that Topps creates too many cards for retired players, Archives is a brand where it makes sense to include them.  Topps Archives is great for collectors looking to learn about MLB’s past and present.  Kids in particular could gain a lot of baseball knowledge by flipping through a few stacks/pages of Archives.  As far as the inserts go, the 1969 Topps Supers contain exceptional photographs – lots of color and player selection is great for the most part.  I’m not sure why, but these cards possess a certain vibrancy that really sticks out to me.  There are also autographed 1969 Supers as well.  Be on the lookout for these great collectibles.

 

Word of the Day

coterie – a small group of people who are interested in the same thing and who usually do not allow other people to join the group; her coterie of fellow musicians; his films are admired by a small coterie of critics

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