While some of Topps’ other releases feel like a parade of bells and whistle with all kinds of shiny inserts, the traditional aspect of Topps Heritage is what keeps collectors coming back to this product. Nuances like the puzzles of Kris Bryant and Mike Trout on the back of the All-Star cards, as well as the action and letter variations are the right amount of diversity to make you pay attention to the details without losing sight of what brought you to the product in the first place.
|Buster Posey Action Variation / Topps|
|Nolan Ryan / Johnny Bench Dual Signed Card / Topps|
|A selection of 2017 Topps Heritage Short Prints / Topps|
|Don McMahon 1968 Topps Buyback / Topps|
|Giancarlo Stanton Clubhouse Collection Relic / Topps|
Despite the fact that a set will be difficult to build out of one, or even two boxes, the clean and simple design combined with the possibility of pulling a monumental autograph should push collectors to explore the depths of the 2017 Topps Heritage release well into the regular season.