Topps 1994

1994 Topps boxes

1994 Topps boxes

1994 Topps hobby boxes come with 36 packs having 12 cards each.  Each pack has a Topps Gold parallel insert.  The suggested retail price of the packs is 79¢ each.

Barry Larkin and Spike Owen are featured on the series 1 box top.  Pete Harnisch and Roberto Alomar grace the series 2 box top.  Mike Piazza is featured on every series 2 pack wrapper.

The 1994 set was released in 2 series, each series having 396 cards.  The complete 1994 Topps set consists of 792 cards.

For 1994, the promotion advertised on the box is “Topps Gold card in every pack!  Special Topps Black Gold cards randomly inserted!”  Series 2 has Topps Finest cards randomly inserted in addition to the Gold and Black Gold cards.

1994 Topps packs

1994 Topps packs

The base set totals 792 cards and was issued in mini, mini jumbo, wax, rack, jumbo, jumbo rack, factory set, or Bakers Dozen factory sets.  Subsets include All-Stars, Stat Twins, Draft Picks, Prospects, and Checklist cards.  Size: the standard 2-1/2 X 3-1/2 in.

The Topps Gold set consists of 792 cards that are identical to the base cards except for gold foil stamped player names and Topps logos on the face of the cards.  Each pack includes one Topps Gold insert card.  The checklist cards were replaced with player cards.

The Topps Black Gold set totals 44 cards and was available as a pack or factory set insert or by using redemption cards.  The fronts feature a player action photo with gold foil player and team names.  Size: standard 2-1/2 X 3-1/2 in.

SERIES 1 ODDS

Gold 1:1; Black Gold 1:72; 11 Topps Black Gold cards redemption 1:180 packs; 22 Topps Black Gold cards redemption 1:720.

SERIES 1 ODDS

Gold 1:1; Finest 1:36; Black Gold 1:72; 11 Topps Black Gold cards redemption 1:180 packs; 22 Topps Black Gold cards redemption 1:900; 44 Topps Black Gold cards redemption 1:3,600.

Front and back of 1994 Topps cards

Front and back of 1994 Topps cards

KEY CARDS

The key rookie cards in this set are Billy Wagner, Pride/Green/Sweeney, and J.Giambi/D.Bell.

Other key cards are Mike Piazza, Nolan Ryan, Derek Jeter, George Brett, Cal Ripken, Mark McGwire, Don Mattingly, Barry Bonds, and Roger Clemens.

7 Comments so far ↓

  1. May
    8
    10:48
    AM
    chris brandon

    Hey just wanted to say thanks for your website………….

  2. May
    8
    10:48
    AM
    chris brandon

    nice site thanks…….chris

  3. Nov
    2
    2:49
    AM
    kirk

    i have a1994topps black gold a/b winner card (redemption card)which i never sent in i thought it would be more valuble holdind on to it.Just would like to know what its worth THANX

  4. Nov
    2
    2:51
    AM
    kirk

    its me again kirk did the audio wrong sorry

  5. Nov
    2
    10:36
    AM
    Steve

    My first thought was that expired redemption cards were worthless, but looking on eBay, people are actually willing to pay some cash for those. I would say your 1994 Topps Black Gold A/B redemption card is worth $10-$15 on the open market.

  6. Nov
    17
    4:38
    PM
    Harry

    I have a complete box of topps 1994 series 2. What is it worth?

  7. Nov
    18
    1:32
    AM
    Steve

    unopened 1994 Topps boxes sell for about $15 on eBay

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