2013 Topps Heritage Blaster Review

In what is now an annual tradition (if only because it has now opened two straight years), I found some blasters of 2013 Topps Heritage at Target last night.

Here are my unsolicited thoughts:

First, what a weird coincidence, but this set looks exactly like the 1964 Topps Design.

Take a look at this scary card # 275 of Kevin Youkilis.

Youk

I am excited for 7 years down the road when they recreate the 1971 set. I will most likely be collecting the set this year and I should probably start saving some coin for that now.

I also pulled a Target Red Variation from my blaster of CC Sabathia. Can you count the # of chins?

CC

Pulled a nice chrome variation of Michael Bourn:

Bourn

Overall you know exactly what you are getting with Heritage. Cards that are a reasonable facsimile to 50 years ago with some inserts and oddball variations.

As always, let me know if you would like anything that I pulled as I won’t be keeping much.

Here is a numerical listing: 6 13 14 16 25 28 44 50 51 60 72 77 79 92 106 117 118 134 138 150 161 167 169 170 180 182 192 203 218 222 223 249 252 262 267 275 276 297 299 303 313 319 322 324 340 344 347 355 363 364 368 381 383 384 385 386 388 391 397 401 412 420 423 424 447 490 491

Also,

New Age Performers NAP-WM Wade Miley
MM-TR
NF-SP

So we have a big-headed former President winning DC’s sausage race and Sydney Poitier winning an Academy Award.

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5 Responses to 2013 Topps Heritage Blaster Review

  1. nighttimeowl says:

    This set looks like a prime candidate for some awful, awful photos. The first two you displayed are prime examples.

  2. Chunter says:

    I’d be interested in any Bravos/Tigres base cards. Could you send me an email? Thanks!

  3. The design I like…the photos…not so much!

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