2010 Topps Allen & Ginter Preview Part 2

Topps released a ton of info on 2010 Allen & Ginter today.  Just like other years, each box will yield 3 autographs, relics, printing plates, etc….  It looks like booklet cards have found their way into A&G too.  Of coarse collectors can look for rip cards and low numbered minis.  I would like to own a rip card someday, but I haven’t pulled the trigger yet on one.  In the past, people have found ways to see inside the rip cards without opening them which is why I haven’t purchased one.  Anyway, these cards look really good and I might have to pick up a few singles.  Last year I was able to snag an Alexander Cartwright silk #’ed/10.






One Response

  1. 2009 was the first year that rip cards were peek proof. They put black slips of paper on either side of the contents. Anything before that you have to be cautious of unless you plan on keeping the card unripped. In that case, the contents don’t matter.

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