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Covering current and former stars, 2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball features 100 cards in the base set.
As every mini-box has three base cards and one base parallel, each master box should yield four parallels.
2020 Topps Museum Collection Baseball Base Parallels Breakdown
Although the Canvas Collection Reproductions cards are reprints, collectors can find hand-drawn, one-of-one editions in Canvas Collection Originals, Canvas Collection Originals Shaped Sketch and Canvas Collection Original Player Autographs.
The leaves us with the hits and 2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball offers four primary choices. Among the on-card autographs, Archival Autographs (#/299 or less) is the most common. Look for up to 100 players in the lineup.
Another popular option is the case-hit Museum Framed Autograph set, with cards numbered to 15 copies or less.
2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball Autograph Parallels Breakdown
New in 2021, the Atelier Autographed Book (#/25 or less) cards showcase elite MLB players. Atelier means workshop and, in this case, the players are the artists working in their home ballparks.
Also hard-signed, Superstar Showpieces (#/25) displays "high-action imagery of some of the best names
Collectors can chase down on-card Dual Autographs (#/15 or less) and Triple Autographs (#/5), as well.
From there, the 2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball checklist moves to auto-relic cards, which fall one per box. It's worth noting that all relics and autograph relics should feature game-used memorabilia. The Single-Player Signature Swatches Dual Relic Autographs (#/399 or less) and Triple Relic Autographs (#/399 or less) cards are likely to pop up the most often.
Less common are the Momentous Material Jumbo Patch Autographs (#/15 or less) and Momentous Material Dual Jumbo Patch Autograph Book (#/5) cards.
2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball Autograph Relic Parallels Breakdown
Momentous Material Jumbo Patch Autograph Book
Single-Player Signature Swatches Triple Relic Autographs
And the rarest pulls include Autographed Jumbo Lumber Bat Relics (up to 25 cards; #/5 or 1/1), Museum Framed Autograph Patch (over 25 cards; 1/1), and Museum Framed Dual Autograph Patch Book (up to 15 duos; 1/1).
Relics fill in the final box hits for 2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball. Look for Meaningful Materials Relics (#/50 or less), Dual Meaningful Material Relics (up to 30 duos; #/50 or less) and Momentous Material Jumbo Patch Relics (#/5).
2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball Relic Parallels Breakdown
Momentous Material Jumbo Patch Relics
Additional rarity arrives with Museum Memorabilia (up to 200 cards; 1/1), Museum Memorabilia Laundry Tags (over 100 cards; 1/1) and Jumbo Lumber Bat Nameplate Relics (over 50 cards; 1/1).
The second memorabilia card, and final hit, in each 2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball box is a quad relic.
The selection includes Single-Player Primary Pieces Quad Relics (#/99), Single-Player Primary Pieces Quad Relic Legends (#/25) and Four-Player Primary Pieces Quad Relics (up to 25 duos; #/99).
2021 Topps Museum Collection Baseball Quad Relic Parallels Breakdown
Single-Player Primary Pieces Quad Relics Legends
Release Date: July 14, 2021
Hobby Configuration: 5 cards per mini-box, 4 mini-boxes per box, 12 boxes per case
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