1992 Topps Traded Baseball Card Set
Among the veterans in new uniforms are sammy sosa gary sheffield and eddie murray.
1992 topps traded baseball card set. The set is checklisted in alphabetical order by players name. 25 35 in. 1992 topps traded set consists of 132 cards numbered 1t 132t. After decades of producing hundreds of brown mushy cards every year topps took a big leap forward in 1992 by issuing their new baseball cards on bright creamy white card stock.
The set numbering is in alphabetical order by players name. The longer thinner boxes that started in 1990 were now the standard format though topps still had the brick version. Card design is identical to the regular issue 1992 topps set except for whiter card stock and t suffixed numbering on back. 1984 topps traded baseball series complete 132 card set in original factory set box.
This 150 card set utilizes the card designs of topps baseball issues from 1982 to 1992 when they did not issue basketball cards. Other 1992 topps traded baseball rookie cards include brian jordan and matt stairs. The cards are identical to the regular traded set but with gold foil strips on the front. Subsets include team usa which is made up of the top college players.
Contains pete rose and tom seaver plus rookie cards of dwight gooden and bret saberhagen among others. The set includes team usa featuring 25 of americas top college players and the team usa. The main star cards in this lot are the nomar garciaparra xrc and jason varitek xrc cards. For the second straight year topps traded includes all 25 members of the usa baseball national team as well as their manager.
It is rumored that 6000 gold sets were produced. Topps also released a limited number of 1992 topps traded gold sets where all of the cards have gold foil nameplates. The set includes of subset of number 1 draft choices. After picking up a ton of 90s 80 cards loose at the flee market a few weeks ago there was enough cards of 1992 topps and 89 topps to give me a pretty nice start on the sets.
Topps also issued a parallel gold edition limited to 6000 sets. Still has the shrink wrap on them. 1992 topps traded set the single solid color bricks that served as a calling card for topps traded sets was gone for good in 1992.
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