When the sell sheet for Museum Collection Football was released, I was pretty excited to see how it would transfer from Baseball to Football. In baseball, there were quite a few cards that I found to be pretty damn cool, and I was hoping the football product would be as nice. To see live on card veteran autos is really a nice addition to a set that needs some help with high end.
Here is what is up so far:
2013 Topps Museum Collection Alfred Morris Dual Relic Auto – To think, if these were on card…
2013 Topps Museum Collection Randall Cunningham Triple Relic Auto – not as big a fan of the Tetris piece.
Any time there is a contingent of veteran on card autographs, Im going to be a fan unless it is a complete train wreck. There looks to be enough live on card content to make me want to buy a few boxes. Not only that, but there is some really pretty on card rookie content, combined with game shot sticker relic autos that are similarly nice.
Museum Collection, like Panini Black is a hard pill to swallow at 180 bucks, even though Museum is a lot more visually appealing. This is a group breaker style product with a class like this, and that might be a reason it will sell as well as it will. My thing is that collectors should reinforce the group break buys with some buying of our own, as if to tell Topps we want them to continue striving for more on card content. If the on card vets and HOF dont sell better and dont help the product, why even try? WE NEED TO STEP IN.
I really think that this product is a perfect one for football, and might be one of the products better suited for a gridiron classification. With Supreme and Five Star on the horizon, im interested to see what we get in this set. Im hoping the content is as impressive as it looked on the sell sheet, but you dont know until you know.