Topps Announces NASCAR Offering as Part of eTopps Autograph Program
In 2003, Topps issued its first ever NASCAR cards via eTopps.com. Now, collectors holding these
NASCAR cards in their portfolio can have them autographed by the driver as part of the eTopps
Autograph Program. Mark Martin, a 23-year veteran and winner of the 2005 NASCAR NEXTEL All-Star
Challenge, is the first NASCAR autograph subject offered and is available for $44 and limited to
just 100 copies.
All autographed eTopps cards are encased and stickered with an eTopps Autograph Hologram and come
with an official Topps Certificate of Authenticity (COA). Each COA will include the sticker number
that corresponds to the autographed card. Cards are automatically shipped to the buyer and not
returned to the portfolio.
eTopps maintains an online autograph database to verify the authenticity of the eTopps autographed
Source: The Topps Company, Inc.
Date: June 22, 2005
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