Let's start with the design.
The two match up fairly well but I have spotted a few differences. One I've discussed in previous posts--not using the same logo. The red-bordered area on the Heritage cards is just a bit shorter than the originals. It's hard to tell on the two cards above, but check out the Banks and Rizzo cards below and you'll see the difference. A third difference is a minor one....the 2ND on the original cards is in all capital letters, while on the Heritage version the ND uses lower case letters.
I don't know if it would be a design issue, but the biggest gripe I have with Heritage are the backgrounds on the pictures. Look at Barney's. Topps goes with the posed shot, which would match up with '65 cards. But the background...plain ugly blue. That looks terrible when compared to the look at Shea Stadium we get on Amalfitano's card. I don't want fuzzy backgrounds, I want to see ballparks!
Here come the rest of the 2014 Heritage cards along side a comparable player from the '65 set.