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Jim Brown Football Cards

Jim Brown Football cards are some of the most desired cards of the late 1950s and early 60s. Collectors who aren’t even Football focused want to have at least one of his cards within their collection. Who is Jim Brown Jim Brown is in the discussion for greatest football player of all time. He was […]

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Bart Starr Football Cards

Bart Starr football cards are a staple of many collections. The legendary Packers quarterback has a very strong following for vintage Football collectors. Who is Bart Starr Bart Starr is a player that just personifies vintage football, both from a card perspective, and real-life quality of player. Starr won seven NFL championships despite only being […]

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Johnny Unitas Football Cards

Johnny Unitas is one of the most iconic players in NFL history. Like Joe Namath, Unitas gets the benefit of being in the right place at the right time as well. Starting quarterback for the Baltimore Colts in the 1958 Championship Game, Unitas lead one of the first ‘two-minute drills’ at the end of regulation […]

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1997 Metal Universe Football

1997 Metal Universe Football is the best looking sports card set of all time. This will be a football article, but the basketball, baseball, and hockey sets have the same base card look, and there are some inset sets that cross over. The base set features 200 cards with a foil finish, six insert sets, […]

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1972 Topps Football

1972 Topps Football was the best football card set in the 1970s. Released in three series, the set features nine Hall of Fame rookie players, and 16 total Hall of Fame rookie cards with the additional versions. The third series was only released in pack form in a few cities. Imagine today if Panini decided […]

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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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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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1935 National Chicle Football

Many consider the 1935 National Chicle first real football set. Yes, there’s 1894 Mayo, some 1911 cards in mixed sets, and Diamond Matchbooks, but 1935 Chicle is the first National Football League set that had packs to open. Made by the National Chicle Company out of Cambridge, MA, this is a truly iconic set, and […]

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