What makes a great gift under the tree-yes this is the Christmas in July in me coming out-A Topps complete set!
Now, buying a complete set for set collectors isn’t as much fun as chasing each card you need, but when it comes to giving a gift, I think this is the way to go. I also really like the different versions of the set to chase. The one I am discussing today will be the hobby set with exclusive parallels. There are also the All-Star versions with exclusive All Star Game cards, Retail Factory Set with Rookie Image Variations, and finally the Target Version that comes with a Rookie Cup Chrome card and the Rookie Image Variations.
Let’s take a look at the Hobby Set.
- The parallels look amazing. And you could pull any of the 700 cards in the set for the parallel so you could find yourself with big bucks with an Otanhi find.
- Torres and Acuna was a grab for me either way. First real rookie cards of those guys.
- The only negative about it, the cards were not put by number but were put by series. It was like someone just dumped series one in and then dumped series two in. Then threw the 2 bonus rookies and added a pack. I like my cards by number. But, don’t think I will waste time doing it as I hoped it would have already been done that way.
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