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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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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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1945-46 Caramelo Deportivo

The 1945-46 Caramelo Deportivo set depicts players from the 1945 Cuban League winter ball season. These cards are smaller in size, they measure 1  7/8 by 2 5/8 and have a very thin stock (which is similar to other Cuban releases such as Propaganda Montiel). There are 100 cards in this set. All of these […]

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2022 Gypsy Queen Baseball Hobby Box

At around $150, Gypsy Queen Hobby boxes give a ton of value for the collector aiming to rip some wax. With 2 on-card autos, 3 chrome parallels, and other numbered and short print cards collectors have many chases. Not to mention this is one of the first products with Wander Franco rookie cards. The card […]

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​​1988 Fleer Basketball

This is Fleer’s third consecutive set produced in the 80s. Prior to 1986, The 1961 Fleer set was the first basketball set that this company produced. Crazy how Fleer didn’t produce a basketball set for 25 years after their initial set. Keep in mind, this set was created during the junk wax era, so prices […]

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1974 Topps Basketball

This is one of the sets that Topps made throughout the mid 70s. In the beginning of the 70s, Topps made Tall boy sets such as the 1970 Topps set which featured oversized cards. Fast forward to 1974 and we have a unique set in terms of how it was designed. There are two types […]

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1970 Topps Basketball

This is the second time that Topps made a tall boys set. The tall boy cards are very distinct and difficult to obtain in great condition. The main difference between this set and the 1969 tall boys set (besides the rookies) is that these cards have more vibrant colors. The background of these cards appear […]

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1972 Topps Basketball

After 1970, Topps switched to using normal sized cards (as opposed to the tall boys). This makes the 1972 Topps set their 2nd normal sized card set. The 1972 Topps Basketball set contains both NBA and ABA cards which makes it unique. These cards have a white border and a dark colorful background.  There are […]

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1957 Topps Basketball

This is Topps’ full first basketball set. It contains 80 cards and about every card in the set is considered a rookie card. These cards are in color and have a yellow and red banner. There are 30 single-prints, 49 double-prints, and 1 quadruple print. It’s important to note that these sets are known to […]

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