2021 Topps Archives: I really enjoy Topps Archives and this year brings back one of my all-time favorite designs that is 2011 Topps. Add Rickey Henderson to that and this card is a winner in my book. Love the circle with the logo. The colors. It all works for me.
A ton to show off here and I'll just go by design year. They did a futures design with these from "2091". Not bad looking cards actually but no logo? Really?
Loving these 2011 cards which have plenty of retired greats. I'll definitely being picking off singles of these.
These are Topps Big Foil cards. I'm okay with them but nothing to write home about. Perez is such a beast at catcher!
2001 Topps is not one I remember much about as I was out of the hobby at the time. Decent design and seeing Carew and Murph is always a plus.
Here you have the mostly forgettable 1991 design (though I like that Marte card with all the A's green), a floating head, and a Bazooka Shining Star.
I'm a fan of the 1983 design as well. I like that double photo look.
The 1973 design is not my thing but many of the classic Topps designs fall into that category for me.
This 1962 design falls into the same category but it is still fun seeing current players on some of these looks from years past.
I like this one a big better. Great seeing Joe Carter included here.
Love these movie poster cards. Uncle Larry is a must have and you can't go wrong with the swag of those great Oakland A's teams. There are plenty of other cool posters in this set I'll be chasing. This was a really fun blaster. My pull was great and while I'm not a huge fan of every design year the variety of what I love. We'll end it with Red great Johnny Bench and his Red Hot Foil Parallel #/50. Perfect color for this legend.
56 – Total Cards
24 – Retired Greats
9 – 1957
9 – 1962
8 – 1983
7 - RC
6 – 1973
6 – 2011
6 - 2091
5 - 2001
3 – 1989 Topps Big Foil
2 – 1991
2 – Movie Poster
2 – Floating Heads
1 – Red Hot Foil Parallel #/50
1 – Bazooka Shining Stars (1:6)