2024 Topps Heritage Baseball Trading Cards

2024 Topps Heritage Baseball Trading Cards

2024 Topps Heritage Baseball trading cards were released by The Topps Company, Inc. on April 10, 2024. The collection recreates the vintage design of the 1975 Topps Baseball series.

Each hobby box contains 24 packs with 9 cards per pack. Each blaster box contains 8 packs. Exclusive Target Giant boxes contain 17 packs. Hanger boxes contain 35 cards. Insert odds vary for each release.

The odds of finding a "1975 News Flashbacks" insert are approximately 1:19 retail packs, 1:18 Hobby packs, 1:18 Giant Box packs, 1:10 Value packs, and 1:7 hanger boxes.

2024 Topps Heritage Baseball NF-10 - Apollo-Soyuz Test Project

The 15-card "News Flashbacks" subset features the Apollo–Soyuz Test Project (ASTP). The photograph of the Soyuz 19 spacecraft was taken from the Apollo CSM-111 spacecraft prior to orbital docking on July 17, 1975.

"American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts shook hands 140 miles above the earth on July 17. The meeting occurred hours after Apollo linked with the Russian Soyuz. "We're very happy to see you," U.S. commander Thomas Stafford said in Russian, grasping the hand of Alexei Leonov."

2024 Topps Heritage Baseball NF-12 - Viking Program

The Viking 1 spacecraft launched aboard a Titan IIIE rocket August 20, 1975. The probe entered Mars orbit on June 19, 1976. The Viking 1 lander touched down at Chryse Planitia on June 20, 1976.

"The Viking spaceship zipped into space at 24,000 mph on August 20 to begin a 303-day, 505-million mile flight to Mars. "I can't believe life was created on just one planet," project manager John Martin said of the $1 billion mission. Viking II was to be launched in September."

2024 Topps Heritage Baseball NF-15 - Venera 9 Lands on Venus

The Soviet spacecraft Venera 9 is the first spacecraft to orbit Venus. The photograph depicts a replica model on display at the Konstantin E. Tsiolkovsky State Museum of the History of Cosmonautics in Kaluga, Russia. On October 22, 1975, the Venera 9 lander transmitted the first images from the surface of Venus.

"Venera 9 made a soft landing on Venus and transmitted the first photograph taken from the surface of another planet. This followed a 186-million mile, 4.5-month journey. The Soviet landing vehicle functioned for 53 minutes. The temperature on Venus was 905 degrees Fahrenheit."

1975 News Flashbacks
NF-1 Altair 8800
NF-2 Chrysler Rebate
NF-3 Space Mountain
NF-4 Margaret Thatcher
NF-5 Trans-Alaska Pipeline
NF-6 Fall of Saigon
NF-7 Busch Gardens
NF-8 Betamax Launch
NF-9 Jaws Released
NF-10 Apollo-Soyuz Test Project
NF-11 Superdome Opens
NF-12 Viking Program
NF-13 Riverfront Coliseum
NF-14 YAH-64 Apache
NF-15 Venera 9