Bought back.

1960: 0. 1970: 0. 1980: 0. 1990: 1.
1961: 2. 1971: 0. 1981: 1. 1991: 0.
1962: 1. 1972: 1. 1982: 0. 1992: 1.
1963: 2. 1973: 4. 1983: 0. 1993: 1.
1964: 4. 1974: 6. 1984: 0. 1994: 0.
1965: 0. 1975: 1. 1985: 0. 1995: 0.
1966: 1. 1976: 4. 1986: 0. 1996: 0.
1967: 3. 1977: 4. 1987: 6. 1997: 0.
1968: 3. 1978: 2. 1988: 6. 1998: 0.
1969: 1. 1979: 2. 1989: 6. 1999: 1.

Or, in English – the amounts of Topps buybacks I’ve gotten for each year. Naturally most are through Heritage, however there are quite a few from base sets as well. If I were to do a mid-year collecting focus it would be to add to the years that I’ve got none – mostly because there are so few years that I haven’t gotten a buyback yet. 1971 in particular. I’ve got a binder that I store my Topps oddball, buybacks, misprinted and miscut cards in, and I’ve yet to add *anything* let alone a buyback for 1971s black bordered, frequently chipped set. Just a quick ramble, hope y’all are enjoying your weekend. :).

Edited: 9/29/17.

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