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    2016 Topps Heritage

    I never really paid much attention to any of the topps heritage cards over the years, but for whatever reason, I decided to buy a box this year. After breaking it open, I again realized why i never gave it a thought in the past. Ah well, I'll learn. maybe

    Here is what I pulled.

    Chrome - Mike Trout - 781/999
    Refractor - Prince Fielder - 345/567
    Original 1967 card - Bubba Morton - who?
    Stained Back - Michael Brantley
    Clubhouse Collection Relic - Ichiro
    Then & Now - Clemente/Cabrera
    Then & Now - Jenkins/Arrieta
    Flashbacks - Catfish Hunter
    Flashbacks - Tom Seaver
    Flashbacks - Elvis/Priscilla
    Flashbacks - Saturn V
    New Age Performers - Puig
    New Age Performers - Melancon
    New Age Performers - Tulowitzki

    I have received a number of cards that fall under the options of A/B/C, as well as A/B/C ERR. Can anyone tell me how to determine which cards are the A/B/C as well as the errors? Are these listed anywhere? Here are the cards I have that I am unsure of: 58, 128, 190, 226, 417, 458, 460, and 500

    Last edited by crankbait09; 07-14-2016 at 08:37 PM.

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    for not getting an auto I think you did well with trout and ichiro. I have see and broke boxes that were way worse than yours. so be happy ;]
    collecting rookies auto game used of hall of famer or retired players all sports.

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    the only variations I know about are the gum backs. the red or blue backs. the action shot card. the mini cards. iam sure there are others. if you do a web serch on 2016 variations the there are sites that all of them listed.

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    I googled what you were referring to, that's awesome. They spell it all out, the variations. I believe I have all the base cards, no specialties.

    ah well, thanks for the help.

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