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2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Baseball Cards

2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Baseball Cards

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If you enjoy previous Topps cards and hard-signed autographs, then 2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Baseball might be right up your alley. Each box contains one random MLB autograph card.

The buyback set takes earlier Topps base cards and inserts and adds an on-card signature, limited print run and gold foil-stamped Archives Signature Series logo. Every card is also encased.

2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Baseball Autographs

Similar to 2019 Active Player Edition, the 2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Edition Baseball checklist explores many Topps releases. The difference this time around is that all players featured in Retired Player Edition have obviously hung up their cleats, glove and bat for good.

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Because there is really nothing "new" to collect, the main appeal stems from low print runs, on-card autographs and the shot at some big names. While clearly a gamble and not exactly cheap, the more moderate price point keeps things from getting way out of hand.

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Release Date: October 2, 2019
Product Configuration: 1 card per pack, 1 pack per box, 20 boxes per case

2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Player Box Break

  • 1 Encased Buyback Autograph


Set Checklist

2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Retired Checklist

Autograph Subject Set Checklist

All cards hand-signed, serial numbered and encased.
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AJ Burnett
Alan Trammell
Alex Rodriguez
Andre Dawson
Andruw Jones
Andy Pettitte
Bert Blyleven
Bill North
Bo Jackson
Bob Gibson
Bobby Abreu
Bobby Cox
Bobby Richardson
Bobby Valentine
Brad Ausmus
Cal Ripken Jr.
Carl Yastrzemski
Carlton Fisk
Charles Johnson
Charles Nagy
Chipper Jones
Chris Chambliss
Cliff Lee
Coco Crisp
Dale Murphy
Dave Stieb
David Justice
David Ortiz
Deion Sanders
Dennis Eckersley
Derek Jeter
Derrek Lee
Don Mattingly
Ed Kranepool
Eric Chavez
Eric Gagne
Frank Howard
Gary Matthews
Greg Maddux
Hank Aaron
Harold Baines
Ichiro Suzuki
Jim Thome
Jimmy Key
John Smoltz
Johnny Bench
Jorge Posada
Jose Canseco
Juan Gonzalez
Juan Marichal
Lee Smith
Mark Grace
Mark McGwire
Mickey Rivers
Mike Cameron
Mike Hargrove
Mike Lieberthal
Mike Piazza
Mike Timlin
Nolan Ryan
Nomar Garciaparra
Omar Vizquel
Ozzie Smith
Pedro Martinez
Phil Garner
Rafael Palmeiro
Randy Johnson
Reggie Jackson
Rick Honeycutt
Rickey Henderson
Robin Yount
Roger Clemens
Ryne Sandberg
Sam McDowell
Sandy Alomar Jr.
Sandy Koufax
Steve Carlton
Steve Sax
Terry Steinbach
Tim Raines
Tim Wallach
Todd Helton
Todd Zeile
Tom Glavine
Tony Oliva
Tony Perez
Torii Hunter
Trevor Hoffman
Troy Percival
Vladimir Guerrero Sr.
Wade Boggs
Will Clark
Wille Wilson

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  • 1 Buyback Autograph

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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


Product is crap. Getting players that even with the auto are not worth the price. Should have spent my money elsewhere.


Its not worth it, but I’ve been picking up some nice ones off of eBay for pretty cheap. The biggest complaint I have is there are multiple 1/1 of each player. Yeah, its a different card, but it just kind of kills the joy of being a 1/1. I’ve been collecting the Steve Sax cards, and there have been at least 4 different ones I’ve seen on eBay. Finally won one for $35.


Horrific value. Most cards you won’t want to keep or have any interest in and if you try to sell them most can’t even sell on EBay. Even at .99 cents the shipping is too much for ppl to even want the $2-3 cards. Pass, Pass, Pass


They pick the wrong teams for many of the players. I get Juan González as a Cleveland Indian. Why? If you are going to get him to sign, get a card with him as a Ranger! He has much less value as an Indian. Also saw Trevor Hoffman as a Brewer. ???


I have yet to see a Will Clark card of any kind…


Another observation of this issue is that apparently Topps has had several of the veterans of previous year’s issue’s, like Jose Canseco among others, signing the same cards over and over again, which I suspect was originally done at the same time. What was a “1 of 1” card in 2017 or 2018 is now a “75 of 75” and the only difference is the foil stamping of the year, 2019, and the number of cards issued. It’s all about Topps making money.


Worst product I’ve seen all year. Been a part of a few breaks, and watched many more and the garbage that comes out is astounding. Great way for them to turn over 5 cent cards for a massive premium. Disgraceful.


An absolute waste of money. Watched several boxes broken at my local card shop and the best I saw was a Derek Lee pulled…total cash grab product from Topps which is disappointing.


So far many oddball cards rather than regular issue cards and several players listed I have yet to see any cards of…


Buy at your own risk! Watched multiple case breaks online. Players may have had good to excellent big league careers but their hobby value is zip! Another huge failure of these one hit wonder packs that Topps puts out.. I have made the huge mistake on buying this type of Topps product in the past. Even busted sealed cases and got almost nothing. Lesson learned and I will not be wasting my money on this product. Good luck if you do. Go pull that Coco Crisp or Bill North autograph!

Tomahawk Chop
Tomahawk Chop

Where’s the Javy Lopez autos..

he was the glue that kept that Braves dynasty years teams together.

Best catcher ever!!

Baghead Hobby
Baghead Hobby

No way I’d pay more than about $15 for a box. Just wait and snag someone you want off of ebay for $5 to $10.

Chuck Delcroix
Chuck Delcroix

The problem with this product is that all of those HOFers or future HOFers on this list probably signed 40 cards total. So you’ll have your 1/1’s and then 1/5, and then up to 32 or something. But what you’re more than likely to receive for your $50 is some minor Star like a Coco Crisp or a Dave Steib Auto. They are more than likely numbered 1/500, 1/250, 1/100, etc. etc. Topps pays them $3 a signature and the other guys like $75-100 each. So what do you really think you’ll get? A total gamble in every way. But good luck if you like this sort of thing!


Nice collection of players, 17 possible Oakland/KC A’s, 4 Tigers and 2 Giants. Would have liked to have seen Lou Whitaker since Topps finally included Alan Trammell. Going to be busy!


The issue with these products is that the checklist is a total lie. There are prob 100 more players that are so unknown and who cares that they don’t add them to the checklist and then you pull this player and are like WHAT!?!

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

I don’t think there are ever 100 missing names in a set, but this is the official player list from Topps. If anyone spots an unlisted name, we are happy to update the checklist.


Looks pricy. Any word on the cost of a card/pack/box?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

They are usually around the $45-60 mark.

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