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2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Baseball Cards

2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Baseball Cards

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2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Baseball is a mouthful but the premise is very simple. Inside each sealed box is one signed buyback card for a former MLB player.

This completes the yin-and-yang Archives Signature Series product line that also includes 2018 Active Player Edition.

2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Autographs

Referenced as being a "limited production release," 2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player promises cards from prior sets that have been signed on-card, gold foil-stamped with the Postseason brand logo, serial numbered to confirm the print run, and encased.

2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired

The 2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Baseball checklist offers signatures from fan-favorite players, Hall of Fame names, and MLB legends. Some of the buybacks include memorabilia cards, resulting in a buyback autographed relic.

Release Date: 10/03/2018
Product Configuration: 1 card per pack, 1 pack per box, 20 boxes per case

2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Box Break

  • 1 Encased Buyback Autograph

 

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2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Checklist

Retired Player Edition Encased Buyback Autographs Checklist

77 subjects. Serial numbered. Buy autographs on eBay. 
Many players have multiple versions with varying print runs.
Cards are stamped with "Postseason" logo.
2018 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired

Al Kaline
Andre Dawson
Andres Galarraga
Andruw Jones
Andy Pettitte
Barry Larkin
Bernie Williams
Bill Madlock
Billy Wagner
Bo Jackson
Bobby Bonilla
Brian Jordan
Brooks Robinson
Cal Ripken
Carl Yastrzemski
Carlos Baerga
Carlton Fisk
Charlie Hough
Chipper Jones
Cleon Jones
Craig Biggio
Darryl Strawberry
Dave Stieb
Dave Winfield
Davey Johnson
David Cone
David Justice
Dennis Eckersley
Derek Jeter
Dwight Gooden
Edgar Martinez
Edgar Renteria
Eric Davis
Frank Thomas
Frank Viola
Gary Sheffield
George Bell
Hank Aaron
Hideki Matsui
Ivan Rodriguez
Jason Giambi
Jeff Bagwell
Jim Thome
John Franco
John Olerud
John Smoltz
Johnny Bench
Juan Gonzalez
Kevin Youkilis
Lou Brock
Luis Tiant
Manny Mota
Mark Langston
Mark McGwire
Mark Mulder
Mark Prior
Matt Williams
Nolan Ryan
Ozzie Guillen
Pedro Martinez
Phil Niekro
Randy Johnson
Ray Knight
Reggie Jackson
Rickey Henderson
Roberto Alomar
Rod Carew
Roger Clemens
Rollie Fingers
Ron Cey
Roy Oswalt
Sandy Koufax
Sparky Lyle
Steve Avery
Steve Carlton
Tom Seaver
Wade Boggs

 

Special Autographs Checklist

38 subjects. Serial numbered 1/1.

Al Rosen
Andy Seminick
Bill Bruton
Billy Herman
Bob Feller
Bob Feller
Bobby Murcer
Carl Erskine
Dick Williams
Don Drysdale
Don Larsen
Duke Snider
Ed Yost
Eddie Mathews
James Rhodes
James Runnels
Jim Hunter
Jim Piersall
Jim Rivera
Joe Adcock
Joe Garagiola
Johnny Mize
Johnny Pesky
Ken Silvestri
Mark Fidrych
Mel Parnell
Milt Bolling
Monte Irvin
Pee Wee Reese
Ray Boone
Richie Ashburn
Roy McMillan
Roy Sievers
Roy Smalley
Sam Mele
Ted Williams
Virgil Trucks
Warren Spahn

 

 


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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and 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. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.

User Reviews

  1. Six possible and one for sure Detroit Tiger (Kaline) and eleven possible Oakland A’s…Hmmm.

  2. What, no Jose Canseco? Maybe Topps ran out of his cards. Topps should have had his twin brother Ozzie sign Jose’s 2017 ’92 Archives card that actually is a photo of Ozzie. After all Ozzie used to sign for Jose at card shows years ago, LOL!

  3. I pulled a jason giambi Oakland A’s numbered to 17

  4. All of these “1 of 1” cards of the stars and the ridiculous asking prices on FleaBay, $1,100 for a Hank Aaron 1 of 1 card, are rapidly turning me off from buying this latest Topps product. Apparently Topps can’t afford to pay the stars their asking prices to sign more than a handfull of cards for them. Collecting your favorite team used to be a kids hobby but greed has made it unaffordable for all but the well heeled adult collector and speculators.

  5. FWIW: There is a 1/1 Mcguire buyback in here not listed in the special 1/1 cards. I just pulled it

  6. Thanks, Dan. McGwire is in the main list. I believe the second list is players that only have 1/1 cards.

  7. There are a whole lot of 1 of 1 cards, mostly of the high priced stars, that Topps uses to peddle their product. And a player that had an expensive 1 of 1 card from previous editions of this series in 2015, 2016 and 2017 can be found with the exact same card with multiple signings, which devalues those “1 of 1” signed cards. I suspect Topps had these players sign several of the so-called 1 of 1 cards to be issued in a future release.

  8. Also, most of the players in the Special section are deceased so these are likely true buybacks of cards that were already signed.

  9. I have a 1/1 Hank Aaron Not listed above. With Milwaukee Braves.

  10. Hank Aaron is in the main checklist.

  11. Topps is LYING about production numbers. I got a Jason Giambi card marked 1 of 1 and 3 days later the same card appeared on Ebay marked 4 of 10.Buyers beware, once again Topps is screwing collectors over with their bogus claims!

  12. I pulled a David Cone 1/1 Topps Stadium Club Virtual Reality 1994 Card Number 106.

    He is not listed on the spread sheet as a 1/1 list. This leads me to the conclusion that other years.

    How do we know how many, and what are the total number of the highly sought after : special” cards are people chasing?

  13. The one-of-one list is a specific group provided by Topps. These are mostly deceased players, some of whom have just one card in total. The rest of the signers have signed many different cards, and they carry many hand-written print runs. Cone, for instance, has versions numbered to 47, 46, 34, 25 and 8. All players have 1/1 versions. It would be ideal if Topps just revealed a total number for each player but that is not the case.

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