1992 – 1994 Topps Gold Cards Which Substituted For Checklists

Yesterday I featured this 1992 Topps Gold Terry McDaniel card which doesn’t have a corresponding card in regular 1992 Topps:

For the three years that Topps did the “Topps Gold” parallels – 1992 to 1994 – Topps replaced the base checklists with new players who didn’t appear in the base Topps set.

Since a lot of people aren’t aware of these cards and might want them for team/player collections = or to complete a Topps master set – I’ll share a list of these cards, plus a scan of the one other card I have which fits in this category.

1992 Topps Gold
131 – Terry Mathews – Rangers
264 – Rod Beck – Giants
366 – Tony Perezchica – Indians
527 – Terry McDaniel – Mets
658 – John Ramos – Yankees
787 – Brian Williams – Astros

UPDATE:
Nick Vossbrink (blog, Twitter) pointed out that there’s a similar card in 1992 Topps Traded Gold

132T – Kerry Woodson – Seattle Mariners

1993 Topps Gold
394 – Bernardo Brito – Twins
395 – Jim McNamara – Giants
396 – Rich Sauveur – Royals
823 – Keith Brown – Reds
824 – Russ McGinnis – Rangers
825 – Mike Walker – Mariners

1994 Topps Gold
395 – Bill Brennan – Cubs
396 – Jeff Bronkey – Rangers
791 – Mike Cook – Orioles
792 – Dan Pasqua – White Sox

For what it’s worth, Mike Cook pitched 2 games for the O’s in 1993 and pitched in Triple-A in 1994

8 thoughts on “1992 – 1994 Topps Gold Cards Which Substituted For Checklists

  1. Thanks for your blog. I got back into collecting a few years ago in a large part because of your blog and your openness to collecting what you like/what makes you happy. Thanks to you I have three Frankenstein sets. 1992 Topps baseball was the first set I ever completed. I’m now collecting any cards that were made with that template: 92 Baseball, Hockey, Football, Basketball, 92 O-Pee-Chee, 91 Debut, 92 Traded/gold, 2017 Topps Archives, some early 2000s archives along with their gold variations.

    I had just been wondering whether the checklists for 92 baseball were gold or how they handledthat. Any clue if Topps swapped out the checklists in the other 1992 sports sets?

  2. Pingback: Once More Unto The Breach: More From The Early 1990s Topps Gold Checklist Replacements | The Shlabotnik Report

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