(1) 50-Card Bowman Icons Base Set or 50-Card Bowman Icons Image Variations Set
(30) Transcendent Autographs
(1) Bowman Icons Deco Gold Autographs (1/1)
(1) Wander Franco or Alec Bohm Through the Years Autographs (1/1)
(1) 1989 Bowman Superfractors Autographs (1/1)
(1) Oversized Cut Signature (1/1)
(1) VIP Event Invitation
Before collectors get into the signatures there is a base set that’s in each set. Falling under the Bowman Icons banner, it has 50 cards, each numbered to 50.
With 100 boxes made, the other half of the print run gets a similar set of Bowman Icons Image Variations. These also have 50 copies each.
A one-of-one Bowman Icons Deco Gold Autograph is also in every box.
Most of the product’s signatures come from the Transcendent Autographs or their Image Variation counterparts. Between the two, there are 30 total in each box.
Base versions are numbered to 20. Additional parallels include Blue (/10), Emerald (/5) and three different one-of-ones — Platinum, Red and Rose Gold.
1989 Bowman Superfractor Autographs use the 32-year-old design as its inspiration. There’s one of the one-of-one autographs in each box.
Another one-per-box one-of-one falls under the Through the Years Autographs. Both Wander Franco and Alec Bohm are featured on cards that use past Bowman designs.
1956 Bowman Prototype Cut Signatures round out the autographs. Done in a jumbo format, these use the proposed design as the house for a cut. According to Topps, autographs include baseball legends as well as pop culture celebrities and historical figures. There’s one in each box.
Transcendent isn’t Transcendent without a party. Each box has an invitation to a future event that will include some of the game’s top young players.
Both the guests and the specifics such as where and when the VIP event will take place are still under wraps. But the invitation promises a spot on the list.