This year, Topps serves the Force collectors with another chromium treatment. We are referring, of course, to the 2021 Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy release. So without further ado, here is the 2021 Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy Review.
The Topps Chrome Galaxy released in August focused on art, while Legacy highlights the latest adventures in the Star Wars Cinematic universe. In addition, the release aims to attract hobby attention with its signature (pardon the pun) Single and Dual Autographs.
The 2021 Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy was released on October 20th. As of now, there is only one release format available.
5 cards per pack
6 packs per mini-box
2 mini-boxes per master box
8 master boxes per case
2 Guaranteed hits per master box (1 in each mini-box), including one autograph or sketch card.
1 Additional Autograph, Sketch or Medallion Cards
The box currently sells for $199.
There are 200 cards in total in the base set. It features iconic moments from the following recent films and TV Shows;
The following insert sets are available in this release: Mandalorian Concept Art, Wielders of the Lightsaber, and the Visions Concept Art.
Each insert set offers the following parallel rainbow.
The signed cards come in the following parallels:
Also available are the highly valuable multi-signed cards limited to just 25 copies or less, with parallels.
DA-BA John Boyega
DA-BA Naomi Ackie
DA-FR Carrie Fisher
DA-FR Daisy Ridley
DA-FM Harrison Ford
DA-FM Peter Mayhew
DA-MJ Ewan McGregor
DA-MJ Samuel L. Jackson
DA-RQ Deep Roy
DA-RQ Mike Quinn
Ship Medallion features iconic ships from across the galaxy and characters associated with them.
A relatively new series with just one previous release under its wings, placing a value on it is pretty tricky as we do not yet know how well it will age. However, last year there was another Star Wars Chrome release, which we can compare it to as well.
|2019 Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy||$199.95|
A factory-sealed hobby box of the 2019 Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy is available for $199 on eBay. The price is disappointing for anyone hoping to flip for a profit immediately; however, it isn’t a total loss for one willing to play the waiting game. It’s worth pointing out that this is a new release, and no one knows how it’ll age. Our advice, however, is to get a box, it’s moderately priced, and you’ll always be able to make some profit off it.
2019 Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy features an impressive array of autos. With a guaranteed two hit cards per hobby box (Autograph, Sketch, or Medallion), investors are sure to at least recoup the price per box going by how much they are selling.
Let’s see how much some 2019 Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy cards are selling on eBay.
|2019 Topps Star Wars Chrome Legacy Sketch Cards 1/1 Matthew Hirons Rey a2v||$115.24|
|2019 Topps star wars chrome legacy Chewbacca 24/25 Auto Joonas Suotamo||$243.33|
|2019 Topps Star Wars Chrome Legacy AUTO – Greg Proops as Fode #26/50||$60.00|
|2019 Topps Star Wars Chrome Legacy Lewis Macleod as sebulba AUTO, GREEN 41/50||$23.95|
The current value of the highest performing single cards from the 2019 release isn’t impressive. However, if this series becomes a mainstay for Topps, we expect them to increase in value.
While the value of the previous Topps Chrome Star Wars Legacy box and that of its top-performing single cards haven’t soared as collectors would have liked, it’s worth noting that the series is just two years old. As a result, it might become a popular release a few years down the line and increase in value.
However, the collecting community is pretty hyped over this year’s release. It highlights several iconic moments in one of the most famous cinematic universes in the world. Additionally, we believe this is a good investment considering its Master Hobby box is pegged at $189, and the series is in its infancy.