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Six decades after the release of 1955 Topps Baseball, the design has been brought back for a series of prints of current players suitable for haging on the wall.
2014 Topps My Hero Art Baseball is another line of online-exclusive wall art with roots in the past and present. The design is based on a set of 1967 test-issue stickers.
2014 Panini Prizm Baseball features a tweaked configuration that has just 12 packs per box. Despite this, there is still a pair of autographs and twice as many Prizm parallels as last year.
2014 Topps Major League 25th Anniversary cards are a set of over-sized online exclusives. Packaged in a wax wrapper, it includes a bonus Jobu card.
2014 Bowman Baseball marks the 25th anniversary of Topps reviving the classic brand and giving it a heavy rookie and prospect focus. Hobby boxes once again promise one autograph.
2014 Topps Baseball Wrapper Art lets collectors display recreations of classic hobby artwork. Available individually and as decade sets, these limited edition prints are exclusive to the Topps website.
Sticking with what’s worked in the past, 2014 Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball includes two autographs and two relic cards in every hobby box. Mini cards continue to be one of the set’s focal points as well.
2014 Topps Throwback Team Logo Collection Baseball Wall Art uses the 1959 Topps Baseball design to showcase retro logos on limited edition prints.
2014 Topps MLB Chipz see the poker chip-style collectible return for a second season. Besides basic Chipz, there are also Glow-in-the-Dark, Magnetic and Memorabilia versions.
2014 Topps Museum Collection Baseball returns with the same high-end hit-per-pack format it has used in previous years. Every box delivers an autograph, an autographed relic, a jumbo relic and a quad relic.
2014 Topps Archive Print Aluminum Edition Baseball Wall Art is an online exclusive that recreates iconic cards and wrappers. Available for one week only, each is limited to 99 copies.
2014 Topps Heritage Baseball sees the perennial brand focus on 1965, both in design and in content. Hobby boxes once again deliver one autograph or relic card.
Back on the diamond for the first time in nearly a decade, 2014 Donruss Baseball brings back plenty of familiar names. Hobby boxes include two autographs, a memorabilia card and lots of inserts.
2014 Topps Tribute Baseball sees the return of the high-end brand that balances modern technology with classic players and themes. Every box includes four autographs and two relic cards, all numbered to 99 or less.
2014 Topps MLB Sticker Collection offers a simple way to collect, especially for young collectors and those on a budget. The set has more than 300 stickers, including veterans, legends and mascots.
Going deep into nostalgia, 2014 Topps For Mayor Baseball wall art features a set of limited edition prints. The over-sized pieces feature Johnny Bench, Nolan Ryan, Reggie Jackson and more.
2014 Famous Fabrics Big Apple Baseball looks at New York’s rich history with the sport. Every box has a one-of-one cut signature and either a sketch card or game-used memorabilia card.
2014 ITG Past Present Future Baseball features the debut of a new type of autograph card that tries to bridge sticker and on-card autographs. The premium set includes 5 autographs and another high-end card per box.
Aimed at collectors concerned more with having fun than monetary value, 2014 Topps Opening Day Baseball features a simple base set, 3-D inserts, mascot cards and autographs.
1965 Topps Embossed Baseball is one of the stranger and most distinct inserts of the era. It’s also extremely affordable. The 72-card checklist includes Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays and Hank Aaron.