Well lets have a look at the cards.
Classic design. There are also color swap and photo swap variations. I didn't notice any when I collated and sorted, but I haven't gone through the cards with the full checklist yet.
Now and Then
New Age Performers
One thing I don't like about these inserts is the numbering, or rather the lack of numbering. The News and Baseball flashbacks, Then and Now and New Age Performers all have the insert prefix and then the initials of the player or event featured. I don't understand why Topps keeps doing this for these basic inserts
1963 had stickers so Topps has these mini stickers. I'm a sucker for mini's, but I'm torn whether or not to try and put this set together and at only 3 per box I'm tempted to just say no.
I sure eventually Topps will be putting out a full Heritage Chrome product like with the Flagship and Bowman, I don't see how they could resist, but until then they are the shiny numbered inserts to deal with.
Out of two boxes I got 4 Chrome cards all numbered to 1963:
And I got one Black Chrome Refractor.
Over all I love the design, being a fan of the 63 set already. However hobby boxes are selling for way to much for what you get. This product should be about 50 bucks a box max, not 70 to 80. And there are some nice hits you can get. Obviously getting a couple of dollar relics kinda sucks, but you roll the dice.