1957 Topps Football CardsCategoriesSets

1957 Topps Football Cards

1957 Topps football cards may be known for Bart Starr and Johnny Unitas, but is a much better set than just those two. Featuring seven total Hall of Fame rookies, and 37 total Hall of Famers out of 155 total cards, the set is filled with stars. 1957 Topps Football cards are iconic for the […]

1950 Bowman Football CardsCategoriesSets

1950 Bowman Football Cards

1950 Bowman Football cards have many rookie cards of top football stars of the decade. Football cards weren’t exactly new season, new rookie cards from that season to chase in 1950. However, in 1950 Bowman, you had new teams get added to the checklist all together. The soon to be bankrupt Baltimore Colts and New […]

1955 Topps All-American Football CardsCategoriesSets

1955 Topps All-American Football Cards

1955 Topps All-American Football Cards are  essentially an apology set to the past era of football. Set in college uniforms, the set is an admission that football players and cards of the past should have been major release instead of regional, food, or other ways of obscure. The 100 card set features 17 Pro Football […]

1933 Diamond Matchbooks Football CardsCategoriesSets

1933 Diamond Matchbooks Football

The first National Football League licensed set is 1933 Diamond Matchbooks Football Cards. Produced by the Diamond Match Company, the set was more designed as a way to sell cigarette matches than promote pro football. Featuring 143 cards, but only 94 different players, and one Seal card, the 1933 set has a lot of variations. […]

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1964 Topps Giants Baseball Cards

The 1964 Topps Giants are a great way to get into set building or to find higher grade examples of Hall of Fame legends on the cheap. The set features a total of 22 HOFs including legends like Koufax, Mantle, Aaron, Clemente, and Mays. 7 Short prints can make the set somewhat difficult to complete, […]

1984 Rock Stamp

The 1984 Rock Stamp were a Brazilian Sticker set that featured many of the Rock & Pop artists of the early 80s. Within the set you can find both band and solo cards of Iron Maiden, Van Halen (Put a few more Here). These are difficult to find in the USA and a premium is […]

1967 Philadelphia Football CardsCategoriesSets

1967 Philadelphia Football

1967 Philadelphia Gum is remembered as a lame duck set for two main reasons. Topps got the NFL license back in 1968, and the 1967 rookie Hall of Famers lack any real collectability. Jim Brown retiring early also meant he did not have a 1967 card. Even Unitas and Starr can be had all day, […]

1966 Philadelphia Football CardsCategoriesSets

1966 Philadelphia Football

1966 Philadelphia Football Cards takes the cake for the four years Philadelphia made football cards. The two most valuable cards across all four years of Philadelphia appear in 1966, and they appear on the same team, both as rookies. Gale Sayers and Dick Butkus are both no-brainer Hall of Famers that with a 22-year gap […]

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1965 Philadelphia Football

1965 Philadelphia Football is much similar to 1964 with solid players, but collectability tends to stick to ‘football guys’. There are six Hall of Fame rookies, but none appear at quarterback or running back. Only two won Super Bowls as a player, although two also won Super Bowls as assistant coaches. While far from a […]

1964 Philadelphia Football CardsCategoriesSets

1964 Philadelphia Football

From 1964 to 1967 Topps lost the NFL license to Philadelphia Gum Company. This led to a split in future Hall of Fame rookie cards across Philadelphia, for the NFL, and Topps, for the AFL. Standard size cards every year, Philadelphia mostly featured the same portrait style photos with blank backgrounds as had been the […]

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