Friday, April 29, 2016

15 Highly Collectible Facts About Topps

15 Highly Collectible Facts About Topps 

7 comments:

pattinase (abbott) said...

My son must have ten thousand of those cards in plasticine books. Wonder if keeping them in a shoebox might have been better.

Bill Crider said...

It would probably work out about the same.

Don Coffin said...

I was a serious baseball card collector from about 1958 until about 1962 (ages 10-14), and had a complete set of Topps 1959s (it may still be around, in a box somewhere), which I completed in 1961. I completely lost interest when they started selling complete sets (late 1960s?).

Bill Crider said...

You could probably sell those easily.

Tom Johnson said...

I collect non-sports cards, though I have a bunch of those, too.

RHovey, CA said...

Fun, funny history stuff. I used and beat up an early Mickey Mantle card on my bicycle spokes with the clothespin...

Bill Crider said...

Little did you know that was like using $100 bills.