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2015 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Cards

2015 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Cards

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Playing on the popular retro-themed Archives brand, 2015 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball incorporates classic cards and on-card signatures in a very basic release. Each box includes one encased autographed buyback card.

The simple set features up to 65 retired players in the form of signed buybacks. The checklist includes original cards from both the Bowman and Topps brand and each autographed card is serial numbered and hard-signed.

Although the exact print run was not provided, Topps confirmed that the new product will have a limited production run.

2015 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Cards 1

Release Date: 12/9/15
Product Configuration: 1 card per pack/box, 20 boxes per case
Price Point: Mid-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Vintage Fans, Archives Fans, Autograph Collectors, Nostalgic Collectors

2015 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Encased Autograph Buyback Card
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Set Checklist

2015 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Set Checklist

Autograph Subject Set Checklist

67 subjects. Many of the players have multiple cards included.
Cards are all encased, sealed and stamped. Serial numbering varies but appears to be #/99 or less.
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Hank Aaron
Jim Abbott
Roberto Alomar
Jeff Bagwell
Ernie Banks
Johnny Bench
Craig Biggio
Jose Canseco
Steve Carlton
Vinny Castilla
Orlando Cepeda
Roger Clemens
David Cone
Eric Davis
Carlos Delgado
Lenny Dykstra
Rollie Fingers
George Foster
John Franco
Andres Gallaraga
Nomar Garciaparra
Steve Garvey
Tom Glavine
Juan Gonzalez
Luis Gonzalez
Doc Gooden
Mark Grace
Shawn Green
Ken Griffey Jr.
Ken Griffey Sr.
Marquis Grissom
Rickey Henderson
Orlando Hernandez
Livan Hernandez
Reggie Jackson
Bo Jackson
Randy Johnson
Howard Johnson
Chipper Jones
Andruw Jones
Al Kaline
Sandy Koufax
John Kruk
Greg Maddux
Edgar Martinez
Fred McGriff
Mark McGwire
Phil Niekro
John Olerud
Paul O'Neill
Rafael Palmeiro
Mike Piazza
Jim Rice
Cal Ripken Jr.
Mariano Rivera
Frank Robinson
Nolan Ryan
Gary Sheffield
Ozzie Smith
John Smoltz
Darryl Strawberry
Frank Thomas
Fernando Valuenzuela
Omar Vizquel
Bernie Williams
Mookie Wilson
Robin Yount

Trey is a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options.

User Reviews


I spent $49 on a case break and got lucky, pulling a 2/3 hard-signed HOFer Tom Glavine Topps, I believe, 1993 card. It had a gold border. I will take it. The case had two 1/1s of Frank Thomas and Andruw Jones. Same guy got both, but he spent $350. He also got a 2/4 Canseco, but he is worthless. I like the Glavine, considering my odds. Very nice product for the price tag.


Based on what I have read I should be happy with Jeff Bagwell 2006 numbered 1/2. My wife was upset spending $50 and getting a Bagwell. I don’t think the list of signers is good enough for $50. Really Dykstra, John Franco, Mookie Wilson, David Cone among others? There are enough big names that evens the chances out but drop the price or drop the non-hall of fakers or borderline HOF.


Topps should expand on this product and include a different group of players next time and teams that aren’t well represented. They sure got they’re moneys worth on some cards like Rickey Henderson for example, only 1 of 1 on all his cards. Kinda makes it hard for the average collector that doesn’t have hundreds of dollars to spend on a single autograph. One other question, has anybody seen a Frank Thomas card in an Oakland A’s uniforn?

1 case purchased. 20 boxes. Not gonna bother posting the serial numbers:

(1) David Cone
(1) Tom Glavine
(1) Juan Gonzalez
(1) Paul Oneil
(2) Dwight Gooden
(3) Eric Davis
(5) John Olreud
(6) Ken Griffey Sr


Bought two boxes at my LCS and pulled a Hank Aaron 1/1 from 2013 Museum and a Nolan Ryan 1/1 from 1992 topps!! Love this idea and product!


Has anyone pulled any cards without serial numbers? Hit a Cal Ripken 1997 Bowmans Best Auto but there’s no serial number on it, front or back…based on the couple other Ripken’s I’ve seen listed that are #1/1, would it be safe to assume it should have been a #1/1?

Also heard reports that production got cut hard due to autos being returned smeared (Tribute anyone?). Anyone else hear this?

Cool idea Topps, but bad execution…


Had a choice of buying a box of this at $39 or a Draft for $26 more. Went with this and hit a 85 Garvey auto instead of some no name prospect going for a couple of bucks on ebay. Really like the concept with all autos being on card and possibilities of some big names pulled. Might have to go back and grab a couple more boxes.

I pulled John Kruk/54 and John Franco/45…coulda been worse for $45ea :-).


I like this product, pulled a Mookie to /40 and also got two redemptions in 1 1 touch case

Omar Visquel and Normar Garciaparra, not too bad for the price


The nostalgic collector in me loves this series.
Pulled a 1999 El Duque rookie, 09/15.


First pull, 1977 #7 Reggie Jackson #2/2. Can’t complain with that!


If anyone pulls Frank Thomas, email me to work out a deal and skip paying those absurd fees. Stevosmail@gmail.com

Jon H
Jon H

I really like this product. I don’t always love Topps’ approach to all-hit products, feeling they often lack creativity and the value simply isn’t there unless you happen to pull one of the top 5 hits in the product. Archives Signature Series seems different to me in these respects. I couldn’t disagree more with the commenter stating that the product is unoriginal and uninspired. To the contrary, I think it’s great that Topps used its deep product history to make interesting and rare buyback cards.

I bought two boxes and got Mookie Wilson and Andruw Jones. Not top names by any stretch. However, the Mookie Wilson auto was on a 1986 Topps card, the year the Mets won the World Series. That is a very nice job by Topps to identify a marketable product and turn an otherwise “cheaper” auto like Mookie Wilson into something with real value. In fact, I sold the card on eBay within minutes for $80 — nearly twice the box price.

The Andruw Jones auto was on a 2003 Topps T-205. Again, a ho-hum player, but the choice of card makes it an intriguing pull as far I’m concerned. It was serial numbered to 24. The Mookie was numbered to 42.

I made my money back on 2 boxes without even scraping the surface of the great names in the checklist. That is a job well done by Topps.


Great idea. Good checklist with on card autos. Why not try your hand for $50. May pull something great.


With all the other buy back products out there it is not a bad idea for Topps to be aggressive in that market.


How original and inspired.. NOT!!!

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