Click to enlarge1992 Topps Gold Cincinnati Reds Baseball Card Team Set

The 1992 Topps Gold Cincinnati Reds MLB Team Set contains 30 Cincinnati Reds baseball cards including Star Players like Eric Davis, Barry Larkin, Paul O'Neill, Reggie Sanders, Chris Sabo, Rob Dibble and Pokey Reese. The 1992 Topps Gold Cards are much more rare than the regular 1992 Topps cards. The production run was 12,000 sets. The Topps Gold cards were also available in regular series packs. According to Topps, on average collectors would find one Topps Gold card in every 36 wax packs, one in every 18 cello packs, one in every 12 rak packs, five per Vending box, one in every six jumbo packs, and ten per regular factory set. All cards in the set are listed below.

24 Randy Myers - 48 Scott Scudder - 61 Paul O'Neill - 77 Jack Armstrong - 91 Jeff Reed - 136 Bill Doran - 197 Glenn Braggs - 220 Jose Rijo - 262 Terry Lee - 283 Reggie Sanders - 304 Joe Oliver - 321 Lou Piniella - 332 Chris Jones - 339 Tom Browning - 356 Luis Quinones - 372 Kip Gross - 389 Barry Larkin AS - 432 Billy Hatcher - 465 Barry Larkin (Error Astros) - 485 Chris Sabo - 528 Steve Foster - 547 Herm Winningham - 589 Mariano Duncan - 610 Eric Davis - 649 Norm Charlton - 674 Mo Sanford - 714 Pokey Reese RC - 744 Chris Hammond - 757 Rob Dibble - 773 Hal Morris



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