2015 Topps Supreme Baseball preview

Topps Supreme Baseball is back for 2015 after making its North American debut last season. Supreme remains a high-end product with just two cards per box, but every card is signed. 2015 Topps Supreme Baseball promises some on-card signatures this year to go along with sticker autos.

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Basic autograph cards feature both current and retired stars. Topps has created a layered design to give the cards a nice look. Autograph cards will have four levels of numbered parallels: Green, Orange (#’d to 25), Red (#’d to 5) and Supreme (#’d 1/1),  plus one-of-one printing plates.

Simply Supreme Autographs turns the signature action on its side with a horizontal design. These will also have the same array of parallels and printing plates.

Supreme Styling Autographs will land one per case with a signature on acetate. Look for Red parallels numbered to five and one-of-one Supreme parallels.


Auto relics in 2015 Supreme Baseball come a standard swatch and are numbered to 25. Special Red Patch parallels are numbered to five, and Supreme Patch parallels are one-of-ones. Primary Pieces Autograph Relic include a jumbo-sized swatch with rare one-of-one patch parallels using the MLB logo.

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Topps Supreme also makes use of some stunning booklet cards. Touch of the Game booklets include a signature as well as a jumbo-piece of a game-used batting glove. Supreme Scope Autograph Relic books open up with three panels that includes a jumbo-sized relic. Basic versions are numbered and there are also one-of-one patch parallels.

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