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 […]


1972 Topps Basketball

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 two main rookie cards present in this set. The first is Julius Erving when he played for the Squires. This was an ABA team and he is […]


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 […]


1969 Topps Basketball

The 1969 Topps Basketball set has many notable players including Lew Alcindor (RC), Wilt Chamberlain, Elgin Baylor, Oscar Robertson, John Havlichek (RC), Willis Reed, and Walt Frazier. They are known as tall boys due to how long the cards are in length. Because of this, it was tough for collectors to keep these cards in […]


1961 Fleer Basketball

After the 1957 Topps set, basketball cards weren’t produced for four years. In 1961, Topps did not make a basketball set; Fleer did. This set has vibrant colors in the background of each card which make it easily recognizable. It also contains rookie cards of many Hall-of-Famers and is considered a small set with only […]


1980 Topps Basketball

The 1980 Topps Basketball set is renowned in the hobby for several reasons. Firstly, these three-panel sets were perforated. This is the only vintage basketball set that has perforated cards. In fact, you might find some separated panels on eBay or at a card show. Additionally, this set contains an iconic card that has Larry […]


1986 Fleer Basketball

After the 1981 Topps set, there weren’t any major basketball releases for a couple of years. Some smaller issues such as the 1984-85 Star set were produced, however, no major basketball card sets were released until the 1986 Fleer. This release is the most iconic basketball set of all time. It’s renowned in the hobby […]


1948 Bowman Basketball Cards

In 1886, Old Judge created the first Baseball card set. In 1895 Mayo’s Cut Plugs created the first Football card set. It took until 1948 for Bowman to create the first full set of Basketball cards! What most don’t realize is that in 1948, the NBA was very new. In fact, it was founded in […]


1939 Play Ball Baseball Cards

After years of Goudey dominating the baseball card scene in the 1930s, a new company started to produce cards. Gum Inc. created the Play Ball brand in 1939. Before Play Ball, they created iconic nonsports sets like Horrors of War and G-Men & Heroes of the Law. The 39 Play Ball set featured square cards […]


1946 Propagandas Montiel Los Reyes del Deporte

The 1946-47 Propagandas Montiel were a multi-sport release from Cuba right after WW2. It features some of the biggest stars in Baseball, Boxing, and Wrestling along with a subset of minor leaguers. Many of the athletes depicted in this release were retired from their respective sports. For example, John Sullivan who boxed in the 1800s. […]

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