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1965 Topps Football

The 1965 Topps football release is the football set of the 1960’s. Oversized at 2 ½ x 4 11/16th inches per card, this set stands out. A white bordered, solid color behind the player image look is similar to 1961 and 1964, but seems worlds away with the size. 1965 Topps features only the American […]

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Mel Ott Baseball Cards

Who was Mel Ott? Melvin Thomas Ott was born in 1909 in Gretna, Louisiana. Ott was one of three children. His dad and uncles played semi-pro baseball and were able to teach the game to him.  In high school, Ott played about two games a week. On the other days, he played for a semi-pro […]

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Doble Aguila Baseball

The 1931 Doble Aguila cards depict the Venezuelan League. They are black and white, and typically show more than one player on the card. The backs show a description in Spanish of the action shot on the front. The cards originate from Tobacco and are 1 3/4 by 2/34 in length. These cards are found […]

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Mike Schmidt Baseball Cards

Mike Schmidt Baseball Cards are not as popular as they should be. Many consider Schmidt to be  the best third baseman in history. Add on top of it a crazy sports town, questions arise why his cards are relatively cheap. Across his 18 year career, Schmidt was able to hit 548 home runs, win 10 […]

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1984 Topps Football

1984 Topps football has a good argument as the best football set of the 1980’s. The set has 396 cards, 17 of which are Hall of Fame rookies, with 12 different Hall of Famers among those 17. This set is also partially responsible for the boom in quarterback prices that you see to this day. […]

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LaMelo Ball Rookie Cards

LaMelo Ball was born to a basketball family as the youngest son of LaVar ball. LaMelo grew up playing basketball from an early age constantly having to compete with his older brothers which is likely the reason why he has been the most successful thus far. Unlike his brother Lonzo, LaMelo did not go to […]

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Zion Williamson Rookie Cards

Zion was born in 2000 in Salisbury, North Carolina. In high school, Zion Williamson won three consecutive Regional championships and was a highly sought-after College Talent. He was offered scholarships as soon as his freshman year in high school, but didn’t receive a scholarship offer from Duke until he was in his sophomore year. A […]

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1937 O-PEE-CHEE Baseball

The 1937 O-Pee-Chee baseball card set (V300) was an important canadian release in the late 1930s. It features two early cards of legendary players: Bob Feller & Joe DiMaggio.  This was the first OPC baseball card set and was released about 30 years before the Topps/OPC cards of the 1960s. The 1937 O Pee Chee […]

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1948 Leaf Football

The 1948 Leaf Football was one of the first post WW2 sets. Like 1935 Chicle, the set is almost entirely rookies due to the last football set being released in 1935. None of the players are in both sets. The set features a 98-card checklist with an astounding 45 cards having variations, mostly for background color […]

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1954 Johnston Cookies

The 1954 Johnston Cookies Brave set featured 35 players and personal trainers. Each card measures 2″ wide and 4″ tall. Which is quite different than the standard card size. Unlike many sets which have random card numbers, the ones in this set were assigned to jersey numbers. For example, Warren Spahn was card #21. The […]

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