This year, Topps decided to make a limited 100-card update series for their Topps Heritage set that was sold exclusively through the company’s website. While the decision sparked a fair amount of collector anger, the sets sold out and both sets and singles seem to be doing well on the secondary market.

There are four Mets in the update series:

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2 responses

  1. Hi Paul, it’s Michael Jawitz, AKA: Grubby Glove here. Thanks again for my Mets souvenir cups from this past season.

    Do I hate these ugly cards! Here I am in full rant mode. I’m curious if you agree with my take on this clunker.

    Kindest Regards,
    Michael / Grubby Glove


    • Paul says:

      I left a longer comment on your rant, but I don’t really expect perfect reproductions of the old card style when the production technology is entirely digital now.