Since Topps Museum debuted in 2013 there have been a number of releases that have eclipsed it as being a higher end.
The most obvious is Transcendent which costs $26K a case. Others include the 1 card per box products like Dynasty where you get a prime patch and on card autograph on a card sealed in a One-Touch. Then there are other on card autograph products like Luminaries, Definitive, and even Five Star.
The short window Topps Museum had as being a top dog high end product are gone. Nowadays it is upper middle class and that saddens me because I always liked the idea of a pack of Museum being a perfect lottery ticket.
You could get base cards (and parallels) which were perfect for set collectors. You had chances at 1/1 sketch cards or at least a reprint insert set inside every box. There were guaranteed autographs (many of which were stars or rookies). And there were nasty patches to be had IN EVERY BOX!
Museum was a great product, but it has turned into being a Triple Threads boring younger brother.
So let's take a Momentous Material Jumbo Patch of Cutch numbered to only 15 copies and discuss what would be needed to make this an even higher end release.
Even if they contain sticker autos.
I think the card is awesome as is, but according to sales of 2020 autograph McCutchen cards it ranks below Triple Threads
As you can see cards like the ones below that are numbered to 18 or 25 copies sell for more money, which generally shows more demand and interest in those types of cards.
Would you rather have 1 jumbo patch of a player you collect OR 3 smaller plain relics (either bat or road grey jerseys)?