Statistics About The Most Valuable 1992 Topps Baseball Cards

The most valuable 1992 Topps baseball cards are typically limited edition rookie cards of Hall of Fame players in mint condition, fetching high prices at auctions.

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"The 1992 Topps Gold Derek Jeter card has a value of around $50-$80 in mint condition."

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"A Gem Mint 10 graded 1992 Topps Gold Manny Ramirez card is valued at approximately $25."

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"The set size of 1992 Topps Baseball cards is 792 cards."

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"The 1992 Topps Baseball set includes 12 Gold Winner cards that are relatively valuable ($5-$10 average value)."

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"Chipper Jones rookie card in 1992 Topps collection is valued around $5-$10."

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"Topps' 1992 cards were distributed in two series: the first containing 396 cards, and the second containing 396 cards."

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"1992 Topps Baseball cards have three main types: base, gold, gold winner"

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"1992 Topps Clean Sweep inserts are also slightly valuable, with known examples like Mike Piazza fetching around $15."

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"1992 Topps included a randomly inserted Manny Ramirez Rookie card, which is valued around $3-$7"

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"The set also includes draft pick rookie cards: Miramontez's card has fetched above $30 when graded 10 by PSA."

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"Mike Trout's 2011 Topps Update card has a higher average sale price than any 1992 Topps card."

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"The Topps 1992 collection has an average price of around $20 for an unopened pack."

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"The '92 Topps Checklists were the first to be offered in factory sets, which are valued higher than regular sets."

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"1992 Topps Baseball Cards set includes several key-rated rookies, including Shawn Green and Pedro Martinez."

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"The whole entire unopened box of 1992 Topps Baseball Cards is valued around $45-$60."

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