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2014 Topps Dynasty Baseball Cards

2014 Topps Dynasty Baseball Cards

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2014 Topps Dynasty Baseball is, to date, the priciest product the company has ever produced with five-card cases carrying an initial price tag of more than $1,000. As one might expect from a product that averages out to more than $200 per single-card box, Dynasty aims to tap into an ultra high-end marketplace. Every card has an autograph and is numbered to 10 or less.

Autographed Patches are all signed on-card. Patch pieces are also over-sized. Basic versions are numbered to 10 while there is also a one-of-one parallel.

Autographed Dual Relics (#/5) all feature baseball legends. Cards are signed on-card and come with a pair of memorabilia pieces.

Fifty Cut Signatures are all one-of-ones. The list of players includes all-time greats like Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Roberto Clemente and Ty Cobb.

Finally, there are ten Cut Signature Dual Relics. Each of these pair two pieces of memorabilia with an autograph from the likes of Ruth, Clemente, Robinson and Ted Williams. Like basic Cut Signatures, each of these are a one-of-one.

Cases are packed as five single-card boxes. Every card in 2014 Topps Dynasty Baseball comes encased to keep it protected.

Product Configuration: 1 pack per box, 1 card per pack
Price Point: Ultra High-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Hit Seekers, Autograph Collectors, Memorabilia Card Collectors

2014 Topps Dynasty Baseball Box Break

  • 1 Autographed Memorabilia or Cut Signature Cards
  • 1 Total Card
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Set Checklist

2014 Topps Dynasty Baseball Set Checklist

Please note that the following is a player list. Although that's complete, players have multiple cards.

Autographed Patches Set Checklist

72 subjects
Serial Numbered #/10
PARALLEL CARDS: Parallel 1/1
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Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
Bo Jackson - Chicago White Sox
Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
Carlton Fisk - Chicago White Sox
Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
Daisuke Matsuzaka - New York Mets
David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
David Wright - New York Mets
Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
George Springer - Houston Astros
Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
Hanley Ramirez - Los Angeles Dodgers
Hisashi Iwakuma - Seattle Mariners
Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
Jose Fernandez - Miami Marlins
Josh Hamilton - Los Angeles Angels
Ken Griffey Jr. - Cincinnati Reds
Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
Michael Wacha - St. Louis Cardinals
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
Mike Piazza - New York Mets
Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Nick Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
Oscar Taveras - St. Louis Cardinals
Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
Pedro Martinez - New York Mets
Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamondbacks
Reggie Jackson - California Los Angeles Angels
Rickey Henderson - New York Mets
Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
Roberto Alomar - Cleveland Indians
Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
Shelby Miller - St. Louis Cardinals
Sonny Gray - Oakland Athletics
Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
Taijuan Walker - Seattle Mariners
Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
Vladimir Guerrero - Los Angeles Angels
Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal Expos
Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
Wade Boggs - New York Yankees
Wil Myers - Tampa Bay Rays
Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants
Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
Yoenis Cespedes - Oakland Athletics
Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers

Autographed Dual Relic Greats Set Checklist

6 subjects
Serial Numbered #/5
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Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants

Cut Signatures Set Checklist

41 subjects
Serial Numbered 1/1

Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
Carl Hubbell - New York Giants
Cy Young - Boston Americans
Dizzy Dean - St. Louis Cardinals
Don Drysdale - Los Angeles Dodgers
Earl Weaver - Baltimore Orioles
Earl Weaver - Baltimore Orioles
Elmer Flick - Cleveland Naps
Ernie Lombardi - Cincinnati Reds
Ford Frick - Major League Baseball
Hank Greenberg - Detroit Tigers
Harry Hooper - Boston Red Sox
Honus Wagner - Pittsburgh Pirates
Jimmie Foxx - Philadelphia Athletics
Joe Cronin - Boston Red Sox
Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
Joe McCarthy - New York Yankees
Joe Medwick - St. Louis Cardinals
Joe Sewell - Cleveland Indians
Kirby Puckett - Minnesota Twins
Lefty Grove - Philadelphia Athletics
Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
Mel Ott - New York Giants
Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
Phil Rizzuto - New York Yankees
Pie Traynor - Pittsburgh Pirates
Ralph Kiner - Pittsburgh Pirates
Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
Roger Maris - New York Yankees
Rogers Hornsby - St. Louis Cardinals
Ron Santo - Chicago Cubs
Sam Crawford - Detroit Tigers
Satchel Paige - St. Louis Browns
Ted Lyons - Chicago White Sox
Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
Thurman Munson - New York Yankees
Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
Warren Giles - National League
Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
Willie Stargell - Pittsburgh Pirates

Cut Signatures Dual Relic Legends Set Checklist

10 subjects
Serial Numbered 1/1

Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
Jimmie Foxx - Boston Red Sox
Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
Roger Maris - New York Yankees
Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves

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

Mike M
Mike M

Ok, this review section is nothing but whining. Seriously, folks! These are EXPENSIVE cards. If you can afford to purchase the cards, then great. You have a decent amount of disposable income for a HOBBY. If you are investing in this product just to immediately sell for a loss and are whining about i and feel like you’ve been burned, that’s your own damned fault. Invest your money smarter next time. Like in a 401(k) or an IRA, or a Roth IRA. Maybe purchase some property like a house that is a fixer-upper. Hell, wright up a business plan and approach a bank for a loan to start your own business; (a VERY risk proposition, btw!).

Baseball cards as an investment is a JOKE. It always has been, and always will be. Even at the peak of the industry in the 80s, it was still a joke. Same with stamps and coins. Any hobby. It is NOT an investment. It is a hobby. You WILL get burned, that I guarantee. Plus, what if your house catches fire, god forbid?

Classic example of what, IMO, is not smart:

” Brook | Dec 15, 2014 | Reply

Worst product ever. They over priced it and I for one will never buy another high end series.

Box 1 Frank Thomas 1/10 Sold $160
Box 2 Vladimir Guerrero 1/10 Sold $125
Box 3 Clayton Kershaw 1/10 Sold $225
Box 4 Dustin Pedroia 1/10 Sold $110
Box 5 George Springer 1/10 Sold $170

Overall Impression lost a ton of money.”

So, lemme get this straight. Brook bought 5….FIVE…$300 boxes, just to immediately put up on eBay. I mean, COME ON, for crissakes! Heck are you thinking!? If you have $1500 in disposable income like that, it has to be a hobby you enjoy! $1500 to me might as well be a million. That’s why i stick with low-end products where I will pick up a pack or two of a few bucks. I like to open them up, look at what I got, enjoy the artwork and photography, and put them in an album. Buying another pack or two will give me the excuse to open up the album and look through them again as I resort and reorganize the cards.

If I had $1500 to burn, I would 5 boxes of these and do the same thing.

And finally, the first 4 reviews gave a single star, based on PAST experience. NOT based on THIS PRODUCT! Seriously!? Ugh.

William C Fields
William C Fields

Having been burned by Topps for the past 15 years (first returned to the hobby in 2000 with Yankee Legends – UD), I purchased this product for mayb e $250. I have had the box since release but cannot bring myself to experience the “Who the heck is that?” moment i’ve had so many times or my fifth Robin Yount from a premium product. Truth: I purchased three boxes of Sterling a few years back from different sellers. EVERY box had a Robin Yount signature. What are the odds? Unfortunately, better than they should be. Good luck. (Wonder how many have given up the hobby for coins or stamps?)


The 1 star is for carefully curated scam. Intentionally misleading people by disclosing the player list, card production run (#/10 & 1/1) and NOT disclosing the full set list or amount of cases is a sham.
People can debate the players, the quality of card, etc… IMO they are the best patch cards ever from Topps.
The bottom line is Topps did this as a strategy to mislead the scarcity of the product. IMO that’s a lot worse than not disclosing a checklist to due to lesser players being included in the product.
I do not understand why Topps is required to post the odds of pulling cards on certain products and not all?
To me this is the equivalent to a food manufacturer giving false ingredients and calorie count on their products.
The biggest loss went to the initial buyers on Ebay. People paid 4x or more the first couple of days for certain players. Once blogs starting figuring out the true number of printed cards the price plummeted.
At least Topps threw in the redemption as a bonus rather than the one $300 redemption card. Redemptions as a bonus should be the norm, it should never count as the guaranteed hit.

1 star for the photo vacations (12) 1/1 and (12) #/10 for “each players card #’d to just 10” .
Add this to the long list of poor business practices of the Topps dynasty.


That’s actually not bad Brook, I would expect a bigger loss….

Buying boxes = always a losing a proposition

ROI on most boxes is like 10-20%,


I hate to break the trend, but I did score with my case (see my post above–needless to say, this product is like a really, really expensive lottery ticket): I pulled four OK auto cards #’ed */10…and one MEL OTT cut auto–a true 1of1, according to Beckett…but I will say that even with that card, breaking even is tough–especially in a really bad roi seller’s market like we have right now…so I’ll smile today–but my tears will be right back when Museum Collection rolls around…


Worst product ever. They over priced it and I for one will never buy another high end series.

Box 1 – Frank Thomas 1/10 – Sold $160
Box 2 – Vladimir Guerrero 1/10 – Sold $125
Box 3 – Clayton Kershaw 1/10 – Sold $225
Box 4 – Dustin Pedroia 1/10 – Sold $110
Box 5 – George Springer 1/10 – Sold $170

Overall Impression – lost a ton of money.

What a disappointment! Averaging $300 per card (box), there is NOTHING special about this product. The same old tired patch pieces with autographs to the side on the card. Is the slabbing really worth THAT MUCH MORE? I am done with this nonsense!

Down With Topps the Terrible!!
Down With Topps the Terrible!!

Even the Ripken autos in this product won’t bring you single box msrp! Topps is at the peak of its’ monopoly!

Ben Howard
Ben Howard

Terrible return on investment. There are several photo variations of each card. Saw 2 – 5/10 of same player. I pulled a Mike Trout and Ryne Sandberg and still lost money! HORRIBLE!


This product will sell out and produce money for Topps which is why they exist and allows us to have any Topps product to buy. Those who actually have the money and can afford to buy won’t regret it. Cost is relative to them. Those who don’t have the money but buy anyway are gambling when they should be more financially prudent. They will then whine and of course regret it when they don’t get the big hit, as though they didn’t have a clue this could happen. Smart money buys on the secondary market but all the more reason to appreciate those who take the risk, minus the whining.


Bought a box for 350, pulled a Puig 1 of 1….then saw on ebay they made a variation 1 of 1 Puig. Rip off.

My Puig 1 of 1 PATCH Gold Auto
Other 1 of 1, PATCH dirty GOLD AUTO.


There is NOT only 873 total cards..

each of the base cards numbered to 10 or 1 have at least 10 versions of each – just with a different player pic… so total overall cards is at least 12000+
hearing 2400 cases…. but if anyone here hears anything else..please pipe in..

Jamey Feuer
Jamey Feuer

One card? My Gd! What’s next, open a box and maaaaaybe you get a card, maybe just an empty box … because every box is a mystery?

“The most carefully curated checklist in trading card history” has some deficiencies. For $300 per card, I can snag some very nice issues of Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Hamilton, Nick Castellanos, Shelby Miller, Tai Walker, Hanley and Longoria, amongst others, for a 1/3 of this box price.

And as a brief aside, and while he was extremely gifted, if I dropped a troika of Benjamins on this product and my ONLY card was Oscar Taveras? I’d be seething. Perhaps use those cards as inserts in a future product, but pushing them off on consumers who are expecting at least the opportunity for the ROI is patently unfair.


I have noticed 5 variation cards of Don Mattingly on eBay.


Counted only 873 total hits, and the hit potential is not bad. If I ever get the money I’ll buy one!

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

Michael As noted on the checklist, there are more than that. Topps has only released a player list for the bulk of it. Most players have more than one version, each numbered to 10.


>>>Ryan Cracknell

By variations you mean the same player possibly having two cards from the same insert set, even if he’s with the same team? So Chipper could have multiple #8/10 cards from the same insert line? What do you mean by variation? I thought the variation was either numbered to 1 or to 10, if you are saying what i think you are saying than…i dunno i would hope that’s illegal…lol

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

Zac Different pictures on cards so technically a different card. Normally a checklist is given as a numeric list. This one was released with just “subjects.” Some thought that meant there were just 11 copies of each player total. That’s not the case. I believe there’s 8-10 for more, each numbered to 10 with a 1/1 parallel. For example, I spotted a Randy Johnson #RJ8 last night.

Hopefully we’ll have a full numeric list at some point.

Does that clear things up a little?


Wow what an awful checklist had preorder a box will now cut my losses and sell it on ebay for 40 or 50 less.


correct me if im wrong but are they only producing a total of 873 cards?

72 x11 = 792
6 x 5= 30
and 51 cuts

792+30+51= 873

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

herb Possible, but there could be variations of specific players. 873 would be a very small print run, even for a product that has a small print run.


I ordered a box of the product before the final checklist comes out, there are some duds in the list (I’ll be extremely pissed if I pull a Taijuan Walker or Shelby Miller autograph and Ron Santo/Earl Weaver cut auto aren’t gonna be worth over $50 even if they are 1/1 as they passed away too recently). Brooks Robinson and Frank Robinson, among others should have been on the final list. Surprised on a few of the cards, on the listing especially Oscar Tavares because of his recent passing, and Mike Piazza (he never signs). Will be high-end gambling that’s for sure.


Not a good enough checklist. Was expecting more. Wacha, seriously. Come on.

Eli Eisele
Eli Eisele

Hahaha, I feel bad for the guys who paid over $300, let alone over $200 for this product. The ROI is going to be horrible, so happy I locked in a case of Bowman Draft Super Jumbo under $970.

I would have liked that there would be no rookies in a product like this, but I must say they did a good job of limiting the dud patch auto hits to under 10. I know alot of the cards will sell on ebay for under the per card price of a box, but the player checklist is stellar. Much better than any other Topps high end in years. The mock ups of the cards look great though. I wish they also had Barry Bonds in this high product. Pretty Nice. There are not many cases produced so demand may be high.

I Hate Topps
I Hate Topps

I’m officially quitting Topps high end products. I’ve been screwed over on Redemption cards waaaay too many times. Screw me over once same on Topps, screw me over 100x shame on me.

Eric Knudson
Eric Knudson

I can’t wait. I’m getting my case for $1,600. I don’t care where the initial resale value sits, it will be nice to score some low numbered autos of legendary players. I can see this as a set I eBay search for when I’m looking to add another nice card to my collection.


At the risk of garnering some public (forum) ridicule, I must admit to just clicking “submit” to complete my purchase of a case of these–and my hands are still shaking a bit (um, I don’t usually buy products on this side of the Mendoza line). Man, I have a feeling I’m going to regret this–and then need to find a place to sleep for a couple of weeks.

They will look nice, the hits will be spectacular, and the resell value will be off the charts. I expect nothing less from Topps. No room for disappointment on a product like this–they wouldn’t do that.

To paraphrase a quote from a recent “western”-genre movie, “Topps, why can’t I quit you!!!”


Case Results:
Box 1: David Wright AU/10
Box 2: Tony Gwynn JSY/AU/10
Box 3: Robinson Cano AU/10
Box 4: Will Clark AU/10
Final Box: Kris Bryant Bowman Chrome Refractor AU



Is this the product that Topps is going to have actual players hand prints on some of the cards?

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

Isaac Those have been used in several products. None have been announced for this set as of yet though.


Extremely excited to pay 299 for an Allen Webster or Jake Odorozzi auto redemption.

dan walls
dan walls

…or go Broke (as 1syndicate) forgot to add


Go big or go home.


Great, another Rivera card I won’t be able to add to my collection. We need some competition in this industry, and I don’t mean unlicensed product.

Roberto Dinero
Roberto Dinero

Sounds like an absolute nightmare…


No one asked for this.


I’ll write another comment next year when I’ve stopped laughing. I bet there are many people who can’t wait to open their boxes filled with 5 redemptions!! LOL

2014 topps dynasty
2014 topps dynasty

Cool looking cards but $1000 + for 5 cards that are black and most black cards have a lot of chipping and if all cards are #ed to 10 or less there has to be a lot of not so good players in this product! Which makes it not worth the money at all


Topps has a history of bad high end. The design looks great but I have a feeling that plenty of these cards are going to be going for under $40 on the secondary market.

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