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    Rediscover Topps Checklist?

    Anyone know of a checklist for foil stamped Rediscover Topps cards from the 2017 set? Or how many of each player there are?

    I've already picked a few PC cards (silver and gold) but don't look forward to chasing down 15 years worth of my players cards in various color foils. I would really like to know many are out there and how close I am to a complete set.

    Any info?
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    Unfortunately I don't think Topps has ever released a checklist for any of the buyback things they have done
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    I've already seen a total of ten variations of the same three cards. One card in silver, bronze and gold. Another in blue and gold. A third in silver and blue.
    Saw there are, like, six different foil colors. That could be a lot of cards!

    I feel like I'm chasing my tail here!
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    Great, so Topps has found a way to turn 1988 Topps commons into 'hits' AND they made it a parallel hell?

    I bought a $10 hanger pack at Wal Mart the other day and pulled a 1988 common buyback and felt awful, what a waste.
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    I have also seen a few Donruss cards stamped from the Rediscover Topps series on ebay. Not sure how many of these got through but thats a pretty bad mistake to advertise the competition. I could see if it was Bowman, or another Topps affiliate.

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    I thought about going after the 87 Larkin RC buyback, but then I discovered it was just not the 87 but, 87-91 with multiple foils. Not worth my time or money trying to go after cards I already have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drewk86a View Post
    I've already seen a total of ten variations of the same three cards. One card in silver, bronze and gold. Another in blue and gold. A third in silver and blue.
    Saw there are, like, six different foil colors. That could be a lot of cards!

    I feel like I'm chasing my tail here!
    According to Cardboard Connection, the rarity of the foils is as follows:

    Bronze (Least Rare)
    Silver
    Gold
    Blue
    Red (Most Rare)

    http://www.cardboardconnection.com/n...cover-ultimate

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