2022 Topps Gypsy Queen has a lot to offer. You can read more about the set in our 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen Review And Checklist to dig deeper into the variations and parallels included in the set in our 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen Guide to Variations and Parallels.
But wait, there’s more! Today we’ll explore the 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen Insert and Autograph offerings.
In addition to the parallels, variations, and autographs, Topps 2022 Gypsy Queen also features some good old-fashioned insert cards.
These die-cut cards are shaped like a crystal ball, and predict big things for the 22 exciting young players featured on the cards. Seeded 1:12 packs, they’re not the toughest pulls, but should be in demand because of the players featured.
More difficult pulls are the Indigo Foil /150, Black Foil 1/1.
This mini foil-enhanced set features 30 cards that are seeded 1:6 packs. Indigo Foil versions are serial-numbered to 150, and Black Foil 1/1 versions are also available.
The 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen hobby boxes contain special box topper bonus packs, which contain three cards, including Chrome versions of the box toppers. Refractor parallels versions include Indigo (/150), Blue (/99), Gold (/50), Red (/5) and Superfractors (1/1).
2022 Topps Gypsy Queen offers both “base” autographs and a variety of parallel autographs. With a few notable exceptions, such as on-patch autographs, the cards feature on-card autographs. No stickers here.
The base autograph set includes 89 cards, featuring a good mix of current stars, young prospects, and greats of the past.
Parallel versions offered are Indigo /150, Blue /99, Black & White /50 (Hobby Only), Black 1/1.
Eight of the 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen Image Variations get the autographed treatment.
Parallel versions include Black & White /42 (Hobby Only) and Black 1/1.
If you like your steampunk-designed cards with astrological signs, a splash of chrome, and an on-card autograph, this 10-card set is for you! Base Astrological Chrome Autographs are serial-numbered to 99. 1/1 SuperFractor parallels are also available.
The Gypsy Gems Mini cards also get the autograph treatment with this 15-card serial numbered set featuring some of the biggest names in the Gypsy Gems Mini set. A really sharp looking 1/1 Black Parallel version is available for the Gypsy Gem Mini Autos.
Some of the top rookies of 2022 get the Gypsy Queen mini autograph treatment with this 5 card, serial numbered set. With Black & White parallels numbered out of 42, and Black parallels numbered 1/1, there’s a lot of first year fun here.
The 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen Relic cards are really nice-looking cards with some great themes. Adding autographs to these cards knocks the “cool” factor up a significant notch.
This 8-card set is serial numbered to 50 copies each and includes, as the name implies, both a garment relic and an autograph. The set is a mix of current stars and franchise icons, including Steve Garvey, David Wright, and Hall of Famer Eddie Murray.
A 1/1 Black Parallel version is also available.
We have uniform relics, patch relics, equipment relics, and even base relics – so why not lineup card relics? This 15 card set of 1/1 autos features some of the biggest names on any lineup card….on lineup cards.
Another really interesting offering, these cards are actually a “book” that includes multiple photos of the player, a uniform patch relic, and an autograph.
The 12-card set features some exciting young players like Wander Franco and Vladimir Guerrero Jr., future Hall of Famers including Miguel Cabrera and Yadier Molina, and one retired Hall of Famer (Mike Piazza).
Cards are serial-numbered to 20 copies each, with a 1/1 Black Parallel also available.
The name says it all with this set, which contains only two cards. Relic. Autograph. Pulled-Up Socks theme. With only 10 copies of each card, these are a tough pull and fun hit to boot.
These cards also get the 1/1 Black Parallel. No word on whether the socks are black on those.
2022 Topps Gypsy Queen has a lot to offer. The autographs, relics, and inserts included are some of the most exciting hits available, and there’s a little something for any fans’ taste in this one!
CG-1 Bo Bichette – Toronto Blue Jays
CG-2 Wander Franco – Tampa Bay Rays
CG-3 Vidal Brujan – Tampa Bay Rays
CG-4 Oneil Cruz – Pittsburgh Pirates
CG-5 Jarren Duran – Boston Red Sox
CG-6 Brandon Marsh – Los Angeles Angels
CG-7 Ryan Mountcastle – Baltimore Orioles
CG-8 Alec Bohm – Philadelphia Phillies
CG-9 Jonathan India – Cincinnati Reds
CG-10 Andrew Vaughn – Chicago White Sox
CG-11 Ke’Bryan Hayes – Pittsburgh Pirates
CG-12 Jarred Kelenic – Seattle Mariners
CG-13 Nick Madrigal – Chicago Cubs
CG-14 Alex Kirilloff – Minnesota Twins
CG-15 Joey Bart – San Francisco Giants
CG-16 Jazz Chisholm Jr. – Miami Marlins
CG-17 Casey Mize – Detroit Tigers
CG-18 Jo Adell – Los Angeles Angels
CG-19 Jose Barrero – Cincinnati Reds
CG-20 Cristian Pache – Atlanta Braves
CG-21 Edward Cabrera – Miami Marlins
CG-22 Dylan Carlson – St. Louis Cardinals
GGM-1 Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels
GGM-2 Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies
GGM-3 Fernando Tatis Jr. – San Diego Padres
GGM-4 Manny Machado – San Diego Padres
GGM-5 Joey Votto – Cincinnati Reds
GGM-6 Josh Donaldson – Minnesota Twins
GGM-7 Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
GGM-8 Nolan Arenado – St. Louis Cardinals
GGM-9 Pete Alonso – New York Mets
GGM-10 Jacob deGrom – New York Mets
GGM-11 George Springer – Toronto Blue Jays
GGM-12 Rafael Devers – Boston Red Sox
GGM-13 Rhys Hoskins – Philadelphia Phillies
GGM-14 Andrew Vaughn – Chicago White Sox
GGM-15 Shane Bieber – Cleveland Guardians
GGM-16 Hyun-Jin Ryu – Toronto Blue Jays
GGM-17 Aaron Judge – New York Yankees
GGM-18 Yadier Molina – St. Louis Cardinals
GGM-19 Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers
GGM-20 Ke’Bryan Hayes – Pittsburgh Pirates
GGM-21 Willson Contreras – Chicago Cubs
GGM-22 Alex Kirilloff – Minnesota Twins
GGM-23 Ryan Mountcastle – Baltimore Orioles
GGM-24 Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
GGM-25 Blake Snell – San Diego Padres
GGM-26 Tim Anderson – Chicago White Sox
GGM-27 Wander Franco – Tampa Bay Rays
GGM-28 Vidal Brujan – Tampa Bay Rays
GGM-29 Juan Soto – Washington Nationals
GGM-30 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
IVA-AV Andrew Vaughn
IVA-DC Dylan Carlson
IVA-EJ Eloy Jimenez
IVA-JA Jose Abreu
IVA-JB Jose Barrero
IVA-JK Jarred Kelenic
IVA-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
IVA-YA Yordan Alvarez
ACA-AB Alex Bregman /99
ACA-AK Alex Kirilloff /99
ACA-AR Austin Riley /99
ACA-JB Joey Bart /99
ACA-JD Jarren Duran /99
ACA-JI Jonathan India /99
ACA-KM Kenta Maeda /99
ACA-MB Michael Brantley /99
ACA-MM Max Muncy /99
ACA-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. /99
GGA-AJ Aaron Judge
GGA-AK Alex Kirilloff
GGA-AV Andrew Vaughn
GGA-BH Bryce Harper
GGA-BS Blake Snell
GGA-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr.
GGA-GS George Springer
GGA-JA Jose Altuve
GGA-JD Josh Donaldson
GGA-JV Joey Votto
GGA-PA Pete Alonso
GGA-RH Rhys Hoskins
GGA-SO Shohei Ohtani
GGA-WB Walker Buehler
GGA-WF Wander Franco
MRA-JD Jarren Duran
MRA-JG Josiah Gray
MRA-RC Rodolfo Castro
MRA-RD Reid Detmers
MRA-WF Wander Franco
AG-CM Casey Mize /50
AG-DC Dylan Carlson /50
AG-DW David Wright /50
AG-EM Eddie Murray /50
AG-JC Jake Cronenworth /50
AG-KH Ke’Bryan Hayes /50
AG-RA Randy Arozarena /50
AG-SG Steve Garvey /50
ALC-AJ Aaron Judge 1/1
ALC-AV Andrew Vaughn 1/1
ALC-BD Bobby Dalbec 1/1
ALC-CM Casey Mize 1/1
ALC-CY Christian Yelich 1/1
ALC-DC Dylan Carlson 1/1
ALC-EJ Eloy Jimenez 1/1
ALC-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. 1/1
ALC-JA Jose Altuve 1/1
ALC-JAB Jose Abreu 1/1
ALC-JC Jake Cronenworth 1/1
ALC-MS Marcus Stroman 1/1
ALC-PA Pete Alonso 1/1
ALC-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 1/1
ALC-YA Yordan Alvarez 1/1
APBC-AB Alex Bregman /20
APBC-AJ Aaron Judge /20
APBC-CY Christian Yelich /20
APBC-FF Freddie Freeman /20
APBC-MC Miguel Cabrera /20
APBC-MP Mike Piazza /20
APBC-PA Pete Alonso /20
APBC-RA Randy Arozarena /20
APBC-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. /20
APBC-WF Wander Franco /20
APBC-YA Yordan Alvarez /20
APBC-YM Yadier Molina /20
PUSA-JS Juan Soto /10
PUSA-PA Pete Alonso /10