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2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Cards

2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Cards

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Set Checklist

2012 Topps Heritage High Number Checklist

Base Set Checklist

100 cards.

H576 Adam Wainwright
H577 Tsuyoshi Wada RC
H578 J.A. Happ
H579 Brian Matusz
H580 Chris Capuano
H581 Cody Ross
H582 Jarrod Saltalamacchia
H583 Ryan Hanigan
H584 Wade Miley
H585 Jonathon Niese
H586 Mike Aviles
H587 Bryan LaHair
H588 Jake Arrieta
H589 Hisashi Iwakuma RC
H590 Garrett Richards RC
H591 John Danks
H592 Brandon Morrow
H593 Ernesto Frieri
H594 Kenley Jansen
H595 Felix Doubront
H596 Vinnie Pestano
H597 Jake Peavy
H598 Jonathan Broxton
H599 Brian Dozier RC
H600 Yu Darvish RC
H601 Philip Humber
H602 Derek Lowe
H603 Drew Smyly RC
H604 Matt Capps
H605 Jamie Moyer
H606 Ichiro
H607 Jerome Williams
H608 Bruce Chen
H609 Wei-Yin Chen RC
H610 Joe Saunders
H611 Alfredo Aceves
H612 Tyler Pastornicky RC
H613 Angel Pagan
H614 Juan Pierre
H615 Pedro Alvarez
H616 Sean Marshall
H617 Jack Hannahan
H618 Brett Myers
H619 Zack Cozart RC
H620 Fernando Rodney
H621 Chris Davis
H622 Reed Johnson
H623 Gordon Beckham
H624 Andrew Cashner
H625 Alex Rios
H626 Lorenzo Cain
H627 Wily Peralta RC
H628 Andres Torres
H629 Andruw Jones
H630 Denard Span
H631 Raul Ibanez
H632 Ryan Sweeney
H633 Cesar Izturis
H634 Chris Getz
H635 Francisco Liriano
H636 Daniel Bard
H637 Daisuke Matsuzaka
H638 Matt Adams RC
H639 Andy Pettitte
H640 Norichika Aoki RC
H641 Jordany Valdespin RC
H642 Andrelton Simmons RC
H643 Johnny Damon
H644 Colby Rasmus
H645 Bartolo Colon
H646 Kirk Nieuwenhuis RC
H647 A.J. Burnett
H648 Edinson Volquez
H649 Jake Westbrook
H650 Bryce Harper RC
H651 Will Middlebrooks RC
H652 Yoenis Cespedes RC
H653 Grant Balfour
H654 Edwin Jackson
H655 Henry Rodriguez
H656 Brandon Inge
H657 Trevor Bauer RC
H658 Chris Iannetta
H659 Garrett Jones
H660 Matt Hague RC
H661 Rafael Furcal
H662 Luke Scott
H663 Kelly Johnson
H664 Jonny Gomes
H665 Sean Rodriguez
H666 Carl Pavano
H667 Joe Nathan
H668 Juan Uribe
H669 Bobby Abreu
H670 Marco Scutaro
H671 Gavin Floyd
H672 Ted Lilly
H673 Drew Hutchison RC
H674 Leonys Martin
H675 Adam LaRoche
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Real One Autographs Set Checklist

Inserted one per box.


ROA-AP Andy Pettitte
ROA-BD Bryan Dozier
ROA-BH Bryce Harper
ROA-CG Chris Getz
ROA-CR Cody Ross
ROA-DB Daniel Bard
ROA-DH Drew Hutchison
ROA-EV Edinson Volquez
ROA-FR Fernando Rodney
ROA-GB Gordon Beckham
ROA-GJ Garrett Jones
ROA-JV Jordany Valdespin
ROA-KN Kirk Nieuwenhuis
ROA-MHA Matt Hague
ROA-TB Trevor Bauer
ROA-TP Tyler Pastornicky
ROA-WM Will Middlebrooks
ROA-WP Willy Peralta
ROA-YC Yoenis Cespedes
ROA-YD Yu Darvish
ROA-ZC Zack Cozart
2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Cards 2

Product Details

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2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball provides a late-season addition to the main set's early release. Originally available as an online-exclusive, the box set comes with a complete base set and one random autograph.

2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Cards 3The 2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball set has 100 cards. It updates the 2012 season with rookies like Bryce Harper. Traded players are also included. For example, Ichiro is pictured as a member of the New York Yankees.

Each box set also comes with one autograph. Signers include first-year standouts Harper, Yu Darvish, Yoenis Cespedes and Will Middlebrooks. Sticking with one of the brand's long-standing traditions, 2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball has randomly inserted Red Ink Autographs numbered to 10.

2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball is limited to 1,000 box sets. Sold through the online Topps store, sets carry an original price tag of $99.95.

Product Configuration: 101-card box set
Price Point: Mid-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Set Builders, Autograph Collectors, Rookie Card Collectors

2012 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Box Set Break

  • 1 Autograph
  • 100-Card Base Set
  • 101 Total Cards
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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

User Reviews

Spencer Gwin
Spencer Gwin

I don’t recall the cost but know I purchased a set off ebay back in 2012. Glad I did as the Harper RC skyrocketed. Only regret was not buying two so the second set could go unopened. The print run was the big selling point. This set definitely was not “junk wax” as so many mid-1980s to early-mid 1990s cards.

Mike M
Mike M

Holy crap! Listed at $1500 on ebay right now! Went up 15 times in three years! a 1500% mark-up! No thanks. :/


I’ve still got an unopened one and doubt i will ever open it. There seem to very few that are still opened. Does anyone know how many Harper autos were produced? I’ve gotta believe there were way more Matt Hague and Willy Peralta autos than there were Harper, Cespedes and Darvish.

Jack Hoggard
Jack Hoggard

The product may be fine, but the availability is awful. Only 100 sets were released, at $100. In 2015, they are scarce and the only one available online is $485. It is impossible to put together a 2012 Heritage Master Set.

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

Jack Hoggard Did you mean 1,000 sets? Either way, yes, it’s a tough set.

Adam B.
Adam B.

The reality is that we can’t possibly LOVE everything that comes out. Additionally, sometimes we need to step back and look at what we’re really getting.

First of all, this product looks pretty awesome. I dig Heritage, so I’m biased, but there’s quite a few disadvantages to “digging Heritage”. For one, it is REALLY hard to complete a set (including SP), so getting a “pre-built” Rookies and traded set to finish it off is awesome. I haven’t received mine yet, but I’m anxiously waiting it’s arrival to see which Autograph I got.

Second. The price. YES. It’s expensive. But I remember Topps Tiffany sets and how expensive THEY were and they didn’t even provide the same exclusivity OR perks (like the possibility of a /10 Bryce Harper autograph)

EXCLUSIVITY: There’s only 1000 of these. Seriously. Think about that for a second. 101 cards out of /1000 for $100. That’s less than a dollar a piece and you’re not really going to find prices like that on much of ANY other /1,000 card in ANY set, let alone for a set of them.

Finally: It’s like the perfect end to the set. There were lots of great inclusions to the Heritage set, but also a few VERY IMPORTANT exclusions (Harper, Yu, etc.). That is exactly what a “High Number” or “rookie and traded” set SHOULD do. Fill in the gaps and include late season additions.

If I were to complain about any of the Heritage sets, my complaint would be the “minor league” set. Seems like something that should be “Bowman” country, not HERITAGE.


It still is only offered as an exclusive.
More importantly, the links offered point to presells of sets w/o the autograph!

Big difference.

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