One of the things that I’ll always remember about 1992 Topps baseball cards is that they did the unthinkable that year:
they left out the gum.
But they did offer up some parallels for the first time in company history with their Gold and Gold Winner cards.
And the set packed plenty of star power and even a couple of decent rookie cards in Manny Ramirez and Shawn Green.
Sadly, these days, most of the cards in the set aren’t worth the cardboard on which they’re printed but there are some here and there which can have value in top condition.
And in this guide, I’ll run through the ten most valuable.
Let’s jump right in!