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Old 09-27-2017, 08:49 AM
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Default Post your favorite postwar subset cards

All-Star, Sporting News, Rookie Star, team cards, World Series/Playoff cards, leader cards etc.
What are your favorites?

These are a few of mine.


63 team cards are great

The 60 set has two different Rookie Star subsets, I prefer this style

65 one of my all time favorite Topps set has great leader cards

Lets see some of your favorite subsets
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Old 09-27-2017, 10:14 AM
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The 1959 Baseball Thrills is my favorite. As you can tell, I had to get them all signed in person at shows.


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Holy crap those are nice! Definitely one of the better sets.
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I have such vivid memories of collecting these two subsets as a kid. The ATAS especially, since 1976 was the year that baseball and baseball cards really gripped me.
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Also love the 74 Aaron subset but always partial to the 75s.

In fact, the first thing I did when I starting collecting again was to get all the player cards from 1951-1974 depicted in the 75 mvp series (a few, like a couple of the Campanellas and the 1962 Wills don't exist).
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Old 09-27-2017, 07:27 PM
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Oh man I spent many an hour staring at those 75 mvp card when I was a kid.
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Oh man I spent many an hour staring at those 75 mvp card when I was a kid.
Same here. Great subset.
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Old 09-28-2017, 07:32 AM
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The 1961 All Star cards were beautiful (and copied for the 1970 All Star subset) and so hard to find. I started collecting as a kid in the 1970s and was able to amass some 1961 cards and other old stuff, but I don't think I actually saw one of these high-number All Star cards until I was an adult in the 1980s. Then it took another 25 or 30 years to acquire them all and complete my set.
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Old 09-28-2017, 08:57 AM
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rats

beautiful stuff there, congrats
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Old 09-28-2017, 10:57 AM
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The 1959 Baseball Thrills is my favorite. As you can tell, I had to get them all signed in person at shows.


Cant stop looking at these with the perfect blue ink signatures.
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