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  • 2006 Topps Heritage

    I always love the Heritage cards, but I have to say that I'm a little disappointed with this year's crop. I think Topps got a little too clever for their own good. They tried to give the cards a faded look like the photography on the '57 set, but it wound up looking like all the cards were just left out in the sun for a long time. I was wondering what others' impressions were of these cards?

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    They have sold very well this week at my shop.It is very tough to make a set as always with so many short prints but most have said they like the 1957 look.

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    • #3
      topps

      I'm not sure if your refering to Bowman or topps heritage, but i think you're talking about 2005 bowman heritage, which are very blury, which is a minus. They also don't have stats on em, which i don't like. But these are my favorite cards to get autographed. But i really really like the 2006 topps heritage. They're great for autographs, and there's lotsa great rookies in em, and the look looks really great. But I wish they could have some action shots. And they have bubblegum. Wouldn't it be funny if they put Barry Bond's paula abdul impression on a baseball card?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SouthSideChamps05
        I'm not sure if your refering to Bowman or topps heritage, but i think you're talking about 2005 bowman heritage, which are very blury, which is a minus. They also don't have stats on em, which i don't like. But these are my favorite cards to get autographed. But i really really like the 2006 topps heritage. They're great for autographs, and there's lotsa great rookies in em, and the look looks really great. But I wish they could have some action shots. And they have bubblegum. Wouldn't it be funny if they put Barry Bond's paula abdul impression on a baseball card?

        Nope, I'm referring to the brand new 2006 Topps Heritage. I love the look of the '57 cards, but they seem to have given a lot of the photos a fake faded look. They would have been nicer with just clear crisp photos.

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        • #5
          I agree with you, but the topps arent as bad as the bowmans. I like the 2003 bowmans the best, but i do like these 2005 ones, and although they are faded like this, I do still like the 2006 topps.

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          • #6
            pictures

            for those of you who have never seen 2005 bowman heritage and 2006 topps heritage, here's some pictures: (i was too lazy to scan the cards myself, so i copied them from ebay)
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            • #7
              The Topps Heritage cards are the only baseball cards I buy anymore. The 1957 look is fine with me. I was also into collecting the Fleer Tradition cards a few years ago. The glossy Topps cards just don't do it for me. I was able to pick up a few packs of Heritage down in Virginia recently. I was surprised that they were still around.

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