The Museum Collection brand has become one of Topps' more popular high-end brands over the past couple of years. Still relatively new, it mixes past and present stars, elegant designs and a few aspects that aren't found in a lot of other releases. Jumping over to the gridiron, 2013 Topps Museum Collection Football follows a similar approach.
Like baseball, 2013 Topps Museum Collection Football comes with a hit in every pack. It carefully breaks down to an autographed relic, another autograph, a jumbo relic and a quad relic.
One of the things that makes Museum Collection stand out is its focus on on-card signatures. Autographed relics use stickers, but there are plenty of other parts that do not. Rookies are well represented, but there is a veteran presence as well.
Framed Autographs have been one of the baseball highlights since they were introduced. These make the jump over to football and appear that they'll be received just as well. These cards come with a metal frame and have several parallels based on the frame's color. Mixing rookies, veterans and retired stars, the checklist includes Troy Aikman, E.J. Manuel, Eric Dickerson and Kurt Warner.
So what's drawing the most attention in 2013 Topps Museum Collection right now? Below is a real-time hot list of the 30 most-watched cards from the set currently up for auction on eBay. It updates on its own so you'll be able to see more new and rare cards as they get listed.