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2014 Topps Museum Collection Baseball Box Break (Bat Barrel pulled)

Posted in Box / Pack Break with tags , , , , , , on March 29, 2014 by Cardboard Icons

Decided to go high-end today and bust a box of 2014 Topps Museum Collection. Pulled a sweet 1/1 Joey Votto Bat Name Plate card. Here’s the pack-by-pack breakdown. Four packs, 5 cards in each.

Pack 1

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Pack 2

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Pack 3

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Pack 4

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Here are the overall odds:

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Card of the Day: 1994 Pinnacle Artist Proofs Barry Bonds

Posted in Card of the Day with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 5, 2008 by Cardboard Icons

Inserts and parallels. That’s what collecting was all about in the early 1990s. When it became apparent that inserts were an instant money maker, card companies decided to make parallels of base cards, inserting them at a rate of one per pack. One of the first was 1992 Topps, which placed one gold foil card in every pack. And then through subsequent years companies made different types of parallels, which were increasingly more difficult to obtain. In 1994, the Score/Pinnacle company began using Dufex technology on their cards, calling the parallels in the Pinnacle base brand the “Museum Collection.” And then they decided to create the supposedly superior Artist’s Proof versions, which were inserted about one per box, and according to Beckett, limited to about 1,000 sets. Continue reading