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2020 Topps Gypsy Queen returns for 10th season


Returning for its 10th year is the 2020 Topps Gypsy Queen that pairs vintage-looking baseball trading card designs with a modern feel and an all-new design of its base cards, featuring active veterans and rookies.


Collect the 300-card base set as well as 20 short-printed base set cards amongst an assortment of variations and inserts.

Look for an assortment of all-new variation themes and collectible insert sets, such as Player’s Weekend Image Variation Black Parallel (#’d 1 of 1), Jackie Robinson Day Image Variation Black Parallel (#’d 1 of 1), Fortune Teller Minis (1:6 packs) which predicts the future and looks into the 2020 MLB season (Indigo Parallel numbers to 250, Green Parallel to 99 and a Black Parallel 1 of 1), and Tarot of the Diamond (1:8 packs) with Indigo Parallel to 250 and a Black Parallel 1 of 1.


Gypsy Queen Autographs, Mini Rookie Autographs, Fortune Teller Mini Autographs and Jackie Robinson Day Image Variation Autographs all have Black Parallels numbered 1 of 1, with others numbered to 150, 99 and 50.

Relics and Autograph Relics feature Garments (#’d to 50 with a Black Parallel 1 of 1), Patch Book Cards (#’d to 20 with a Black Parallel 1 of 1), Pull-up Sock Autograph Relic (#’d to 10 with a Black Parallel 1 of 1), Bases Around the League Auto Relic (#’d to 20 with a Black Parallel 1 of 1), and the new Autographed Lineup Cards (#’d 1 of 1). The lineup cards are game-used and feature autographs from some of the game’s brightest stars.


The Gypsy Queen Chrome Box Toppers parallels are numbered to 150, 99, 50 and five, and has a SuperFractor Parallel 1 of 1 card.

The configuration is eight cards per pack, 24 packs per box and 10 boxes per case. The hobby box break is two autographs, one Chrome Topper, four Fortune Teller Mini Cards, three Tarot of the Diamond Cards and one Extended Base Set Card. It is scheduled for a March 25 release. 

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