With one autograph or memorabilia card, plus one parallel per pack, the 2022 Topps Museum Collection offering is similar to the last few iterations of the product, and consistent with its reputation as a fairly hit-centric product.
These were originally slated for a June release, but were delayed to September. Are they worth the wait? Let’s take a look!
2022 Topps Museum Collection has a scheduled release date of September 7,2022 (subject to change).
The breakdown of 2022 Topps Museum Collection’s hobby release is:
Each Box contains:
In addition, there are two guaranteed Case Hits:
Box pre-sales online are ranging from $358 to $449, with case pre-sales around $4,700.
The hits are the headline here, but there is a 2022 Topps Museum Collection base set. It has only 100 cards. The checklist focuses on current stars, a few of the top rookies of 2022, and a few retired stars.
You will find the 2022 Topps Museum Collection checklist at the end of this article.
Parallels in 2022 Topps Museum Collection are one-per-pack.
In addition to the base set parallels, inserts, memorabilia, and autograph cards also have parallels available. More info on those below.
There are a number of inserts included in the 2022 Topps Museum Collection, including the return of popular artwork-based Canvas Collection.
Featuring custom artwork printed on real canvas, these art cards return for another go-around in 2022.
The checklist for this insert sets are not available pre-release, so it will be interesting to see what artists and players are highlighted.
This 50-card offering features a checklist of the biggest stars of today and yesteryear, with the canvas treatment.
Parallel “Artist Proof” versions are available and limited to print runs of 50 copies.
With one memorabilia card or autograph (or autographed memorabilia) card per pack, it’s unsurprising that there are a myriad of memorabilia sets in this product. Let’s explore the different offerings.
These relics feature one player per card, with four pieces of memorabilia per card. There are 98 cards in the set, each numbered to 99 copies or fewer. The checklist features mostly current players, but there is a spattering of former stars as well.
You can find Copper (/75), Gold (/25), and Emerald (1/1) parallel versions as well.
This 26 card set is numbered to 25 copies or fewer. Like the quad relics above, it features a single player and four pieces of memorabilia. Unlike the above, which is heavy on current players, this set features iconic stars of the past, including many Hall of Famers and future Hall of Famers.
Gold (/10) and Emerald (1/1) parallel offers are also available.
Single-player relic cards all numbered to 50 copies or fewer. These two 100 card sets have checklists that feature a mix of current stars and former players, including Hall of Famers.
Parallels include Copper (/35), Gold (/25), Ruby (/10), and Emerald (1/1).
The Meaningful Materials line, but with double the fun! This 28 card set, all serial numbered to 50 or fewer, feature two players and two relics.
Players are paired up as current teammates, same team, same position, and other “meaningful” pairings.
Parallels include Copper (/35), Ruby (/10), and Emerald (1/1).
If one player on a relic is good, and two is better, than clearly four players is the best of all, right? This 26 card offering, which are numbered to 99 or fewer, offer a lot of goodness on a single card. Players are grouped again as current teammates, same team, and same position.
Parallels include Copper (/75), Gold (/25), and Emerald (1/1).
This 10 card set is numbered to 10 copies per card, and include a piece of MLB authenticated base. The checklist consists of current stars.
Parallel versions include Ruby (/5) and Emerald (1/1).
Featuring a jumbo-sized patch, these are numbered to five copies each or less. There are 70 cards in the set. The checklist consists of a mix of current and former players, including some current and future Hall of Famers. 1/1 Emerald parallels are also available.
These two sets contain 97 and 94 cards, respectively. All cards are 1/1, although most players have two cards in the set, so while they are 1/1 they’re not necessarily the other example of that player in the offering.
Featuring 75 cards, all 1/1’s, this set features large pieces of bat nameplates. The checklist is made up of current stars, former players, and a number of Hall of Famers.
As with most ultra-modern products, the autographed hits (including signed relics) are the ones people really want, and demand the highest prices upon resale. Let’s look at some of the autographed offerings in the 2022 Topps Museum Collection boxes that collectors will be chasing.
The largest autograph offering is the Archival Autographs, which is made up of 89 cards, all serial numbered to 299 copies or fewer.
The larger checklist means that while there are a number of big names, both current and retired, there are also some more mundane names, which may not thrill collectors if they are the “big hit” from the box.
Copper (/50), Gold (/25), and Emerald (1/1) parallels are available.
This dual-relic autograph offering consists of 53 cards. Numbered to 399 copies or fewer, these are one of the most plentiful autograph offering available.
Copper (/50), Gold (/25), and Emerald (1/1) parallel versions are also available.
Triple Relics Autographs is made up of 34 cards. Like the dual-relics, these are numbered to 399 copies or fewer. Copper (/50), Gold (/25), and Emerald (1/1) parallel versions are also available.
These books open up to display an ultra-wide photo of the featured player in their home ballpark. The set is made up of 24 cards, all numbered to 25 copies or fewer.
The checklist features all current players, a mix of future Hall of Famers, young stars, and others. No parallel versions exist for this offering.
This 30 card set is limited to 25 copies each or fewer. The “superstar” title is mostly accurate, although there are a few names here (Jarren Duran?) where we’ll have to wait and see.
This 9-card set offers three autographs per card. Serial numbered to 5 copies each, these cards have some great themes. Team themes give us Tom Glavine / Greg Maddux / John Smoltz and Andy Pettitte / Derek Jeter / Mariano Rivera.
The Jumbo Lumber Bat Relics memorabilia offering gets the autographed treatment. The 24-card set is limited to five copies each.
The checklist is an impressive one, with most of the biggest names in Jumbo Lumber included. A 1/1 Emerald parallel version is also available.
20 select players from the Canvas Collection relic offering also gets autographs. These 1/1 offerings offer a nice mix of all-time greats (Ichiro, Jeter), today’s biggest stars (Judge, Freeman), and rising stars (Witt Jr.).
As the name suggests, these offer two autographs of players who share something in common. Usually this is that they are either teammates or played for the same team, but there are also at least one that is “shared positions” (Rollie Fingers / Dennis Eckersley) and a father/son (Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero).
The set consists of 21 cards, each limited to 15 copies or fewer. The checklist is a who’s who of big names from the last few decades.
Sixty-five cards make up this offering, which isn’t serial numbered. Additionally, Silver Frame (/15), Gold Frame (/10), Black Frame (/5), and Wood Frame (1/1) parallels can be found.
Momentous Material Jumbo Patch relics get autographs. These are limited to 15 copies or fewer, and the checklist is actually slightly larger than for the unsigned versions, with 83 cards.
Gold (/5) and Emerald (1/1) parallel versions are also available.
As the name suggests, these cards are framed and contain autographs of members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The 41 card set is limited to ten copies or fewer.
10 cards, each limited to 10 copies or fewer. The checklist includes Hall of Famer Derek Jeter, future Hall of Famer Buster Posey, and eight current stars. Ruby (/5) and Emerald (1/1) parallels are tougher pulls.
Two players, two patches, two autographs. The 30 card set is limited to only 5 copies each, with an Emerald parallel (1/1) version also available.
These are an especially cool offering, with two autographs and bat pieces. The 20 card set is limited to 5 copies each. Many of these cards feature two Hall of Famers, and there are a number of future Hall of Famers and other big names included.
A 1/1 Emerald parallel is also available.
With a 32 card checklist featuring a mix of current stars and franchise icons, this 1/1 offering is a tough pull.
This offering is 11 cards, each 1/1. Some of the combos here are pretty epic, like Aaron Judge / Derek Jeter and Ken Griffey Jr. / Mike Trout.
2022 Topps Museum Collection offers collectors a hit in every pack, and some really exclusive and exciting autographed and memorabilia cards. While far from inexpensive, if you’re looking to take a chance, there’s potential for a one-of-a-kind piece of art in this museum.
Below you can find a sortable 2022 Topps Museum Collection checklist from the various base, inserts, autos from the set, and much more.
|1||Base||1||George Brett||Kansas City Royals®|
|2||Base||2||Reggie Jackson||Oakland Athletics™|
|3||Base||3||Hunter Greene||Cincinnati Reds®||Rookie|
|4||Base||4||Roger Clemens||Toronto Blue Jays®|
|5||Base||5||Mookie Betts||Los Angeles Dodgers®|
|6||Base||6||Salvador Perez||Kansas City Royals®|
|7||Base||7||Bobby Witt Jr.||Kansas City Royals®||Rookie|
|9||Base||9||Seiya Suzuki||Chicago Cubs®|
|11||Base||11||Joe Ryan||Minnesota Twins®||Rookie|
|12||Base||12||Eloy Jimenez||Chicago White Sox®|
|13||Base||13||Shane Baz||Tampa Bay Rays™||Rookie|
|14||Base||14||Royce Lewis||Minnesota Twins®||Rookie|
|15||Base||15||Francisco Lindor||New York Mets®|
|16||Base||16||Max Scherzer||New York Mets®|
|17||Base||17||Heliot Ramos||San Francisco Giants®||Rookie|
|19||Base||19||Bryan De La Cruz||Miami Marlins®||Rookie|
|20||Base||20||Javier Baez||Detroit Tigers®|
|21||Base||21||Anthony Rizzo||New York Yankees®|
|22||Base||22||Frank Thomas||Chicago White Sox®|
|23||Base||23||George Kirby||Seattle Mariners™||Rookie|
|24||Base||24||Harmon Killebrew||Minnesota Twins®|
|25||Base||25||Bryson Stott||Philadelphia Phillies®||Rookie|
|26||Base||26||Byron Buxton||Minnesota Twins®|
|27||Base||27||Kirby Puckett||Minnesota Twins®|
|28||Base||28||Chipper Jones||Atlanta Braves™|
|29||Base||29||Rhys Hoskins||Philadelphia Phillies®|
|30||Base||30||Greg Maddux||Chicago Cubs®|
|31||Base||31||Vidal Brujan||Tampa Bay Rays™||Rookie|
|32||Base||32||Vladimir Guerrero||Montréal Expos™|
|33||Base||33||Bo Bichette||Toronto Blue Jays®|
|34||Base||34||Buster Posey||San Francisco Giants®|
|35||Base||35||Mike Piazza||New York Mets®|
|36||Base||36||Corey Seager||Texas Rangers®|
|37||Base||37||Albert Pujols||St. Louis Cardinals®|
|38||Base||38||Jacob deGrom||New York Mets®|
|39||Base||39||Honus Wagner||Pittsburgh Pirates®|
|40||Base||40||Shane Bieber||Cleveland Guardians™|
|41||Base||41||Freddie Freeman||Los Angeles Dodgers®|
|42||Base||42||Manny Machado||San Diego Padres™|
|43||Base||43||Jarren Duran||Boston Red Sox®||Rookie|
|44||Base||44||Matt Chapman||Toronto Blue Jays®|
|45||Base||45||Carl Yastrzemski||Boston Red Sox®|
|46||Base||46||Ronald Acuña Jr.||Atlanta Braves™|
|47||Base||47||CJ Abrams||San Diego Padres™||Rookie|
|48||Base||48||Aaron Judge||New York Yankees®|
|49||Base||49||Jose Altuve||Houston Astros®|
|50||Base||50||Miguel Cabrera||Detroit Tigers®|
|51||Base||51||Pete Alonso||New York Mets®|
|52||Base||52||Tony Gwynn||San Diego Padres™|
|54||Base||54||Blake Snell||San Diego Padres™|
|55||Base||55||Jackie Robinson||Brooklyn Dodgers™|
|56||Base||56||Giancarlo Stanton||New York Yankees®|
|57||Base||57||Hank Aaron||Atlanta Braves™|
|59||Base||59||Wander Franco||Tampa Bay Rays™||Rookie|
|60||Base||60||Babe Ruth||New York Yankees®|
|61||Base||61||Fernando Tatis Jr.||San Diego Padres™|
|62||Base||62||Alek Thomas||Arizona Diamondbacks®||Rookie|
|63||Base||63||Gerrit Cole||New York Yankees®|
|64||Base||64||Cody Bellinger||Los Angeles Dodgers®|
|65||Base||65||Julio Rodriguez||Seattle Mariners™||Rookie|
|66||Base||66||Ted Williams||Boston Red Sox®|
|67||Base||67||Kris Bryant||Colorado Rockies™|
|68||Base||68||Willie Mays||New York Giants™|
|69||Base||69||Frank Robinson||Baltimore Orioles®|
|70||Base||70||Rickey Henderson||Oakland Athletics™|
|71||Base||71||Nolan Ryan||Houston Astros®|
|72||Base||72||Derek Jeter||New York Yankees®|
|73||Base||73||Willson Contreras||Chicago Cubs®|
|74||Base||74||Justin Verlander||Houston Astros®|
|75||Base||75||Christian Yelich||Milwaukee Brewers™|
|76||Base||76||Mariano Rivera||New York Yankees®|
|77||Base||77||Stephen Strasburg||Washington Nationals®|
|78||Base||78||Clayton Kershaw||Los Angeles Dodgers®|
|79||Base||79||Johnny Bench||Cincinnati Reds®|
|80||Base||80||Ivan Rodriguez||Florida Marlins™|
|81||Base||81||Randy Johnson||Arizona Diamondbacks®|
|82||Base||82||Ernie Banks||Chicago Cubs®|
|83||Base||83||Spencer Torkelson||Detroit Tigers®||Rookie|
|84||Base||84||Lou Gehrig||New York Yankees®|
|85||Base||85||Vladimir Guerrero Jr.||Toronto Blue Jays®|
|86||Base||86||Cal Ripken Jr.||Baltimore Orioles®|
|87||Base||87||Juan Soto||Washington Nationals®|
|88||Base||88||Oneil Cruz||Pittsburgh Pirates®||Rookie|
|89||Base||89||Roberto Clemente||Pittsburgh Pirates®|
|90||Base||90||Cal Raleigh||Seattle Mariners™||Rookie|
|91||Base||91||Nolan Arenado||St. Louis Cardinals®|
|92||Base||92||Luis Robert||Chicago White Sox®|
|93||Base||93||Roy Campanella||Brooklyn Dodgers™|
|94||Base||94||Ken Griffey Jr.||Seattle Mariners™|
|95||Base||95||Alex Bregman||Houston Astros®|
|96||Base||96||Xander Bogaerts||Boston Red Sox®|
|97||Base||97||Bryce Harper||Philadelphia Phillies®|
|98||Base||98||Joey Votto||Cincinnati Reds®|
|99||Base||99||Jose Ramirez||Cleveland Guardians™|
|100||Base||100||Rafael Devers||Boston Red Sox®|