2020 Hit Parade 1955 Topps Baseball Graded Edition - Random Letter BREAK #285
LIVE BREAK SCHEDULE
The live break of this item will be scheduled upon completion of all spots sold. We try to schedule them as soon as possible after the last spot is sold. As a reminder, there are no returns/refunds on Break spots.
Please read the entire listing before purchasing a spot.
You are not purchasing an Individual card, Box or Case. You are purchasing a random spot in a break for the particular item listed in the title. You will be assigned your team/division/letter at the time of the break.
All our breaks are live streamed on YouTube
The Live Break will be scheduled once all spots have been sold. You will be informed of the time via email. If you can't catch the break live, a copy of the break will be available on our YouTube channel, GoldenBreakers.
2020 Hit Parade 1955 Topps Baseball Graded Edition - Series 1 - Hobby Box /103 Clemente-Koufax
Introducing Hit Parade's newest product the 2020 Hit Parade 1955 Topps Baseball Graded Edition! This exclusive product contains an exceptional high grade 1955 Topps complete set. It has always been one of the most popular sets of the 1950s. 1955 Topps Baseball cards feature both a player profile photo and an action shot of each player on the card's front. The dual image, first used the previous year, proved to be so popular that Topps went a step further by colorizing the action photo as compared to the black-and-white version it utilized in 1954. This set is highlighted by many Hall of Famers and rookie cards of Roberto Clemente and Sandy Koufax!!! All 206 cards are graded PSA 5 or better!
EACH BOX CONTAINS 2 CARDS!! EACH CARD IS GRADED PSA 5 OR BETTER!!!
ONLY 103 BOXES PRODUCED!!!
Look to hit some of these iconic cards of these stars and Hall of Famers:
Roberto Clemente ($2,600 PLUS VALUE!!!)
Sandy Koufax ($1000 PLUS VALUE!!!)
Willie Mays ($600 PLUS VALUE!!!)
As any collector of high grade early 1950s cards knows, assembling a complete set of any 1950s vintage issue is a daunting challenge, and this is even more the case with 1955 Topps than with many other 1950s issues. The assembly of a set of this high quality and unrivaled consistency is the result of a tremendous amount of time, effort, and patience. This is true with 1955 with cards 161-210 being extremely hard to find in high grades. This is a spectacular set and an extraordinary collecting achievement.
What are the Rules of the Breaks?
The winner of the card/memorabilia will be determined by the team on the card.
If there are several team/players on a card, each team present on the card will receive two spots in our randomizer. We will roll a die live on camera (if it is less that 3 we will re roll) and that will determine the number of times we randomize the team list. The team that ends in the top spot will receive the card.
For athletes no longer playing and cards/memorabilia with no teams shown, the winning team will be the team the athlete played the most games with.
For athletes still active and cards/memorabilia with no teams shown, the winning team will be the current team as of the date of the break.
For players with college jerseys on, the winning team will be the team that drafted them. If the player was undrafted or not drafted yet, the card will be random-offed to the entire break.
For defunct teams or teams that have moved, the winning team will be that of the most recent franchise move.
Any point cards will be random-offed to the entire break at the end of the break.
The following cards will ship: Hits, which include Relics, Autographs, #ed , and Inserts. Top Rookies (Chosen by Golden Breakers) may also be shipped.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us or check out our website.
The break will be done based on the first letter of the player's last name. The letters will be randomized with the following letters being assigned to each spot:
|I, K, O, Q|