2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 F1 Factory Sealed Hobby Box Hamilton / Verstappen Auto

2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 F1 Factory Sealed Hobby Box Hamilton / Verstappen Auto

$3,650.00

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Every collector knows that when it comes to sports cards, one has to be first on the trend before the crowd gets in on it. Whether it’s investing early in unique inserts, up-and-coming stars, or products that will soon become hot in the market, it’s imperative to be first before the hype makes everything crazy.

In the case of Topps Chrome’s 2020 Formula 1 card set, it’s a must for avid collectors to get their hands on this product before the inevitable price increase kicks in. It can’t be denied that the sports card market is driven mainly by demand, which is caused by countless factors out there. It can be an athlete having a series of great games/races, achieving a historic milestone, or doing something that makes gets the public’s attention. While these are the most obvious reasons for a sports card’s price to propel, another one that ensures long-term growth is if the product in question is a first edition set.

The best example that can be used here is Panini’s 2012 Prizm Basketball set. In an industry that was once dominated by Fleer, Topps, and Upper Deck, the new player came in and acquired the sole rights to produce NBA.com The result is the first edition of Prizm Basketball cards, which has gone on to become a hit amongst collectors over the years. Plus, cards from this set have also risen up in value, with some going for bonkers prices in the market.

Even now, 2020 Topps Chrome F1 cards featuring the sport’s hottest racers are gaining a lot of traction in the market. The first names that come to mind are Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, and Charles LeClerc, among others. While Lando Norris, Alex Albon and George Russell all have Rookie Cards in this set many experts are actually considering all 20 F1 drivers cards in this set as rookies. The last time F1 came out with cards was in 1992 so don’t miss this rare chance to acquire this box today.

The main question you will have is do you open it and see if you can score big or even keep as a waxed box to hold as a future investment?

Autographed cards of all 20 F1 drivers, F2 drivers (such as Mick Schumacher, Yuki Tsunoda &  Guanyu Zhou) and team principals are the highlight and randomly inserted in 1:2 boxes. The most rare card is Lewis Hamilton’s Autographed 1/1 which has been recently valued at $750,000.00 USD.