Thursday, 6 March 2014

Topps - Topps Premier Gold 2003


2002-03

Topps Premier Gold 2003
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A1.  Sol Campbell (Arsenal)
A2.  Ashley Cole (Arsenal)
A3.  Patrick Vieira (Arsenal)
A4.  Dennis Bergkamp (Arsenal)
A5.  Gilberto (Arsenal)
A6.  Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

AV1.  Olof Mellberg (Aston Villa)
AV2.  Marcus Allback (Aston Villa)
AV3.  Darius Vassell (Aston Villa)
AV4.  Gareth Barry (Aston Villa)

B1.  Darren Purse (Birmingham City)
B2.  Robert Savage (Birmingham City)
B3.  Alliou Cisse (Birmingham City)
B4.  Martin Grainger (Birmingham City)

BR1.  David Dunn (Blackburn Rovers)
BR2.  Damien Duff (Blackburn Rovers)
BR3.  Dwight Yorke (Blackburn Rovers)
BR4.  Andy Cole (Blackburn Rovers)

BW1.  Jussi Jaaskelainen (Bolton Wanderers)
BW2.  Kevin Nolan (Bolton Wanderers)
BW3.  Jay-Jay Okacha (Bolton Wanderers)
BW4.  Youri Djorkaeff (Bolton Wanderers)

CA1.  Scott Parker (Charlton Athletic)
CA2.  Gary Rowett (Charlton Athletic)
CA3.  Chris Bart-Williams (Charlton Athletic)
CA4.  Jason Euell (Charlton Athletic)

C1.  Carlo Cudicini (Chelsea)
C2.  John Terry (Chelsea)
C3.  Marcel Desailly (Chelsea)
C4.  Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
C5.  Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Chelsea)
C6.  Eidar Gudjohnsen (Chelsea)

E1.  Li Tie (Everton)
E2.  Thomas Gravesen (Everton)
E3.  Wayne Rooney (Everton)
E4.  Kevin Campbell (Everton)

F1.  Junichi Inamoto (Fulham)
F2.  Luis Saha (Fulham)
F3.  Steed Malbranque (Fulham)
F4.  Steve Marlet (Fulham)

LU1.  Nicky Barmby (Leeds United)
LU2.  Alan Smith (Leeds United)
LU3.  Jonathan Woodgate (Leeds United)
LU4.  Harry Kewell (Leeds United)
LU5.  Dominic Matteo (Leeds United)
LU6.  Mark Viduka (Leeds United)

L1.  Jerzy Dudek (Liverpool)
L2.  Dietmar Hamann (Liverpool)
L3.  John Arne Riise (Liverpool)
L4.  El Hadji Diouf (Liverpool)
L5.  Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)
L6.  Michael Owen (Liverpool)

MC1.  Marc Vivien Foe (Manchester City)
MC2.  Sun Jihai (Manchester City)
MC3.  Eyal Berkovic (Manchester City)
MC4.  Ali Bernabia (Manchester City)
MC5.  Nicolas Anelka (Manchester City)

MU1.  Roy Keane (Manchester United)
MU2.  Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United)
MU3.  David Beckham (Manchester United)
MU4.  Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)
MU5.  Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United)
MU6.  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United)

M1.  Gareth Southgate (Middlesbrough)
M2.  Juninho (Middlesbrough)
M3.  Ugo Ehiogu (Middlesbrough)
M4.  Massimo Maccarone (Middlesbrough)

NU1.  Shay Given (Newcastle United)
NU2.  Kieron Dyer (Newcastle United)
NU3.  Laurent Robert (Newcastle United)
NU4.  Alan Shearer (Newcastle United)
NU5.  Craig Bellamy (Newcastle United)
NU6.  Hugo Viana (Newcastle United)

S1.  Wayne Bridge (Southampton)   -   amended   -   thanks to James Grimes
S2.  Anders Svensson (Southampton)
S3.  Marian Pahars (Southampton)
S4.  James Beattie (Southampton)   -   amended   -   thanks to James Grimes

SU1.  Thomas Sorensen (Sunderland)
SU2.  Julio Arca (Sunderland)
SU3.  Phil Babb (Sunderland)
SU4.  Kevin Phillips (Sunderland)

T1.  Simon Davies (Tottenham Hotspur)
T2.  Milenko Acimovic (Tottenham Hotspur)
T3.  Darren Anderton (Tottenham Hotspur)
T4.  Jamie Redknapp (Tottenham Hotspur)
T5.  Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur)

W1.  Russell Hoult (West Bromwich Albion)
W2.  Neil Clement (West Bromwich Albion)
W3.  Scott Dobie (West Bromwich Albion)
W4.  Jason Roberts (West Bromwich Albion)

WH1.  Michael Carrick (West Ham United)
WH2.  Joe Cole (West Ham United)
WH3.  Frederic Kanoute (West Ham United)
WH4.  Paolo Di Canio (West Ham United)
WH5.  Jermain Defoe (West Ham United)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 (P.F.A. Players of the Year)


POTY1.  1993 Paul McGrath (Ryan Giggs on the back)

POTY2.  1994 Eric Cantona (Andy Cole on the back)
POTY3.  1995 Alan Shearer (Robbie Fowler on the back)
POTY4.  1996 Les Ferdinand (Robbie Fowler on the back)
POTY5.  1997 Alan Shearer (David Beckham on the back)
POTY6.  1998 Dennis Bergkamp (Michael Owen on the back)
POTY7.  1999 David Ginola (Nicolas Anelka on the back)
POTY8.  2000 Roy Keane (Harry Kewell on the back)
POTY9.  2001 Teddy Sheringham (Steven Gerrard on the back)
POTY10.  2002 Ruud van Nistelrooy (Craig Bellamy on the back)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 (All-Time Premier League Records) - AT prefix


AT1.  Gary Speed (Newcastle United)

AT2.  Nigel Winterburn (West Ham United)
AT3.  Tim Sherwood (Tottenham Hotspur)
AT4.  Gary McAllister (Liverpool)
AT5.  Peter Atherton (Sheffield Wednesday)
AT6.  Alan Shearer (Newcastle United)
AT7.  Andy Cole (Blackburn Rovers)
AT8.  Robbie Fowler (Leeds United)
AT9.  Les Ferdinand (Tottenham Hotspur)
AT10.  Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur)
AT11.  Ian Wright (Arsenal)
AT12.  Dwight Yorke (Manchester United)
AT13.  Matthew Le Tissier (Southampton)
AT14.  Dion Dublin (Aston Villa)
AT15.  Michael Owen (Liverpool)
AT16.  David Seaman (Arsenal)
AT17.  Teddy Sheringham / Dwight Yorke (Manchester United)
AT18.  Ledley King (Tottenham Hotspur)
AT19.  Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers)
AT20.  Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 - Rising Stars - Autographed - RS prefix


RS1.  Luke Wilkshire (Middlesbrough)

RS2.  Darren Carter (Birmingham City)
RS3.  Jermaine Johnson (Bolton Wanderers)
RS4.  Jon Fortune (Charlton Athletic)
RS5.  Carlton Cole (Chelsea)
RS6.  Nick Chadwick (Everton)
RS7.  Frazer Richardson (Leeds United)
RS8.  Chris Kirkland (Liverpool)
RS9.  Daniel Nardiello (Manchester United)
RS10.  Thomas Butler (Sunderland)
RS11.  Anthony Gardner (Tottenham Hotspur)
RS12.  Matt Collins (West Bromwich Albion)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 - Legends - Autographed - L prefix


L1.  Paul McGrath - Player of the Year 1993 (Aston Villa)

L2.  Les Ferdinand - Player of the Year 1996 (Tottenham Hotspur)
L3.  Peter Schmeichel (Manchester United)
L4.  Peter Beardsley (Newcastle United)
L5.  Michael Owen (Liverpool)
L6.  Stuart Pearce (Nottingham Forest)
L7.  Ian Rush (Liverpool)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 - Shirt Cards - SC prefix - same as 2001-02 season

SC1.  Michael Owen (Liverpool)
SC2.  Ashley Cole (Arsenal)
SC3.  Ledley King (Tottenham Hotspur)
SC4.  Titus Bramble (Ipswich Town)
SC5.  Matt Holland (Ipswich Town)
SC6.  Kieron Dyer (Newcastle United)
SC7.  Paul Merson (Aston Villa)
SC8.  Jari Litmanen (Liverpool)
SC9.  Luke Chadwick (Manchester United)
SC10.  Thomas Gravesen (Everton)
SC11.  Mart Poom (Derby County)
SC12.  Matt Jansen (Blackburn Rovers)
SC13.  Matt Elliott (Leicester City)
SC14.  Wayne Bridge (Southampton)
SC15.  Thomas Sorensen (Everton)
SC16.  Paul Ince (Middlesbrough)
SC17.  Mark Kinsella (Charlton Athletic)
SC18.  Matthew Le Tissier (Southampton)
SC19.  Sean Davis (Fulham)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 - Binder card

BC1.  Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Chelsea), Darren Anderton (Tottenham Hotspur), David Dunn (Blackburn Rovers), Jermain Defoe (West Ham United), Kieron Dyer (Newcastle United), Ryan Giggs (Manchester United), Dennis Bergkamp (Arsenal)


Topps Premier Gold 2003 - Promo Cards - Autographed


Promo Card 1.  Andy Townsend (Aston Villa)

Promo Card 2.  Andy Townsend (Aston Villa)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 - unnumbered - promo insert

Michael Owen (Liverpool)
Ledley King (Tottenham Hotspur)

Topps Premier Gold 2003 - unnumbered - paper inserts


Checklist 1

Checklist 2
Topps Authentic Autograph Cards
Topps Authentic Game-Worn Shirt Cards
Premier Gold 2003 Binder Offer
The Topps Guide to Collecting (1)
The Topps Guide to Collecting (2)

4 comments:

  1. Do you have any info on a withdrawn Ledley King autograph card ?

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    1. Hi Martin,

      Just checked, I don't have any info, sorry.

      Alan

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  2. Tottenham Hotspur is numbered T1 to T5 and not TH1 to TH5.

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