What are Topps Archives cards?

What are Topps Archives cards?

Archives was one of the baseball card products produced by Topps from 2001 until 2005. The retro-themed sets were primarily reproductions of previous Topps releases or retired stars on classic card designs.

How much is a 1953 Willie Mays card worth?


Grade Most Recent Price Population
GEM – MT 10 1
MINT 9 $132,000.00 2
NM – MT 8 $32,400.00 45
NM 7 $14,416.83 118

How many cards are in a 1953 Topps set?

274 cards
1953 Topps Baseball Cards In Review So, there are really only 274 cards in this set. Also of interest, ten cards from Series 1 and 2 were not printed along with their counterparts and were instead released in later Series.

What is the value of a 1953 Topps Mickey Mantle baseball card?

From 2010 through 2013, most PSA 7 rated 1953 Mantle cards sold for $3,000-$4,000. Now, the card trades regularly above $5,000 with a high water mark occurring just two months ago when Heritage Auctions sold one for $10,755.

How many cards are in the 2021 Topps Archives set?

Take another trip down memory lane, and celebrate 70 years of Topps Baseball cards, with the 2021 release of Topps Archives Baseball, in all its nostalgic glory! Collect the entire 300-card Base Set, with designs from 7 decades of Topps and beyond!

What is a Willie Mays rookie card worth?

Average Selling Price: $93,412 (Mint 9) The 1951 Bowman #305 is the official Willie Mays rookie card. It is generally considered a beautiful card from a beautiful set. Given his playing career and that this is his rookie, the 1951 Bowman #305 is one of the more expensive cards in the hobby.

How much is a 1953 Mickey Mantle card worth?

What is Jackie Robinson’s rookie card?

1948 Leaf
There is only one true rookie card for Jackie Robinson, and that is the iconic 1948 Leaf. It is not only one of the keys to the 1948 Leaf set but one of the most valuable baseball cards of all time.

How can you tell if a 1953 Mickey Mantle is real?

One of the best ways to see if a card has been trimmed is to place it on top of another 1953 Topps baseball card to see if there is any difference in the size. If one is smaller than another that is a good indication that it has been trimmed.

Why is there no 1954 Topps Mickey Mantle?

Topps never produced a 1954 or 1955 Topps Mantle so you have accumulated something quite special. Mickey Mantle had an exclusive contract with Bowman during 1954 and 1955. Hence, the reason why there are no Mantle Topps issues during these two years.