Another farewell release from Topps, 2015 Topps Museum Collection Football largely goes out with the same quality and high-end appeal that has typified the brand for several years.
Although there are base and inserts, Museum Collection is mostly about the hits. Between several relics and autographs, a few standouts have proven to be hobby favorites. Most chiefly among these options are the Framed Autographs. Featuring a near-Smithsonian quality, the on-card autographs offer a metal frame of varying colors and either silver or gold ink signatures.
In addition to several jumbo and multi-player relics, Signature Series and Super Bowl Signature Series are both seeing strong interest thanks to a good mix of young talent and all-time greats. In particular, the Dual version has some pretty impressive pairings.
While it would be nice if all the autographs were signed on-card, the Signature Swatches add dual and triple jersey relics in addition to the sticker autographs.
Part of what makes the product stand out among the many rookie-centered releases is the additional focus on veteran and retired content. Museum Collection again delivers on that point.
Given the price point, boxes can be a gamble, but the potential is there for something huge. Still, most would likely be better off pursuing specific singles.
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