There may never be a Cutch 22 Museum in the sense that there is a Roberto Clemente, Joe Jackson, or Ty Cobb museum, but that won't stop me from trying to build one.
Not in the literal sense of course.
I am talking in terms of cardboard.
I am so behind with scanning cards that these two cards span the course of 6 months of pickups.
Both are Topps Museum parallels numbered 22/xx
Up first the 2012 Primary Pieces quad relic with a small piece of patch worn on a road jersey. I also have the red parallel numbered to 75, but that one isn't serially numbered 22.
Next up is the 2013 Museum base card Asia exclusive distribution Turquoise parallel numbered 22/50.