Set Registry: The 1955 Topps Baseball Set by Jim Churilla

One of the most classic baseball card sets ever produced is 50 years old this year and, needless to say, the set has not lost a bit of its luster since it was first issued back in 1955. The 1955 Topps baseball card set debuted during a historically important time in American history, the lively and vibrant appearance reflected the flair and flamboyance of the era. The set emerged during a time when Dwight D. Eisenhower was President, the United States population was 166 million, gas was 23 cents a gallon, the average life expectancy was 70 years, a U.S. postal stamp cost 3 cents, a new car cost $1,950, a new home $22,000, and the average income was $4,137!

Rhodes
Fowler

The year also saw the introduction of a new kind of music called "Rock N Roll" with Bill Haley and The Comets topping the charts with Rock's first big hit that Summer, Rock Around The Clock, easily dislodging The Ballad of Davy Crockett from the top spot! Ray Kroc opened his first McDonalds restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois; Walt Disney's Disneyland opened in California while Gunsmoke, The Honeymooners, Captain Kangaroo, and the Mickey Mouse Club all made their television debuts. At the movies, the year's best actor was Ernest Borgnine while best actress was Anna Magnani. Popular movies were Marty, which was awarded best picture, On The Waterfront, Rebel Without a Cause and East of Eden. The last two featured James Dean, who would tragically die in a car crash on September 30th. Besides collecting baseball cards, the kids of that time had two new toys to play with, the Frisbee and Play-Doh.

In sports, the Brooklyn Dodgers would start the season with ten straight wins, launching them to their one and only championship in Brooklyn by finally defeating the New York Yankees in the World Series four games to three after a number of near misses. Right before the 1955 baseball season started, the Brooklyn Bulletin newspaper asked Dodger fans not to call their team "bums," which may have been all they needed to win it all amusingly enough! During the regular season, Mickey Mantle hit three consecutive home runs of 463 feet or more in one game and, four days earlier, he hit a 550-foot shot!

Yogi Berra was named the American League Most Valuable Player for the third time in five years and Roy Campanella won the National League Most Valuable Player award for the second time in three years. Herb Score of the Cleveland Indians was the American League Rookie of The Year and Bill Virdon of the St. Louis Cardinals was the National League winner. There were two major changes in the American League with the move of the Philadelphia Athletics to Kansas City and the St.Louis Browns to Baltimore becoming the Orioles. Honus Wagner and Cy Young would pas away that year but, to honor Young, the Cy Young Award was created the following year and presented to baseball's best pitcher.

The Cleveland Browns would beat the Los Angeles Rams in the NFL title game 38 to 14, Syracuse claimed the NBA title by defeating the Ft. Wayne Pistons, and the Detroit Red Wings topped the Montreal Canadians for the NHL crown. In college sports, Georgia Tech ended Kentucky's 130 game home basketball win streak, San Francisco defeated LaSalle for the NCAA basketball title, and Oklahoma was the NCAA football champion with a perfect 11-0 record. Needless to say a lot was going on back in 1955 with many new and exciting happenings.

Kaline
Banks
Spahn
Aaron

The atmosphere in the baseball card world was still one of competitiveness between Topps and Bowman with each company retaining the rights to a number of players, however, Topps would soon be the sole player in the market the following year after buying out Bowman. What did this mean in 1955? It meant a much smaller Topps baseball card set. In fact, it was the smallest regular issued baseball card set ever for the card manufacturer to this day with the exception of its 1951 Red and Blue Back releases, which were actually issued as a baseball game. The 1955 Bowman baseball card set was larger at 320 cards while the 1955 Topps baseball card set contains 206 cards but is numbered to 210. It is believed the four cards missing were pulled from the set at the last moment as a result of contractual issues with the involved players.

During the 2005 National Sports Card Convention in Chicago, Topps issued a special fiftieth anniversary four card set of the missing players which they claimed would have been #175 Stan Musial, #186 Whitey Ford, #203 Bob Feller, and #209 Herb Score. If you were fortunate to attend the National Convention and acquire these attractive four missing cards, your set fifty years later is now complete! To make up for the missing four cards, Topps double printed cards #170 Jim Pearce, #172 Frank Baumholtz, #184 Harry Perkowski, and #188 Charlie Silvera. Topps also released their Double Headers cards, which were designed after the T201 Mecca Double Folders series and issued in penny packs with a piece of gum. All 66 cards in the set appear in the 1955 Topps regular issue low number series and it is believed that may be why the regular Topps set was stopped at 206 cards. The two sets combined represent an adequate number of baseball cards and the Double Headers resulted in another source of revenue for Topps.

The 1955 Topps baseball card set was issued in two different series, the low number series (1-160) and the more difficult to find high number series, (161-210). Cards 151 to 160 are valued slightly higher than the other low series cards. Cards could be purchased in one of three ways, in 15-card cello packs, six-card nickel packs, and one-card penny packs. The wax wrappers themselves bring a high premium today and came either dated or undated. The one-cent wrappers are light green, red, and white with the words Topps, Bubble Gum, 1 cent, and Baseball across the front. The sides of the wrapper say "Buy Bazooka the Chew of Champions" on one side with advertising information on the other side. The five-cent wrappers have the same colors as the one-cent wrapper with the words Topps, 5-cent, Bubble Gum, Baseball, and Picture Card on the front. The back or sides of the five-cent wrapper say "Atom Bazooka, Big Chews Biggest Bubble Gum" and "Save Bazooka Comics for Free Prizes".

It is also important to note that scarce salesman example panels do exist that were used to present and promote the 1955 Topps baseball regular issue and Topps Double Header cards. One known example includes Jackie Robinson, Bill Taylor, and Curt Roberts on one panel depicting the 1955 Topps regular issue and Danny Schell, Jake Thies, and Howie Pollet on the other panel depicting the Topps Double Header cards.

Robinson
Mathews
Berra
Snider

There are 22 Rookies in the 1955 Topps set with the most notable ones being #123 Sandy Koufax, # 124 Harmon Killebrew, and #164 Roberto Clemente. Other key cards include #2 Ted Williams, #4 Al Kaline, #47 Hank Aaron, #50 Jackie Robinson, #194 Willie Mays, #198 Yogi Berra, and # 210 Duke Snider. Four manager and four coaches cards are also included which helped to round out the set. The set is mainly error free with no variations or key errors except card #106 Frank Sullivan that has been seen with and without a large print dot but with no effect on card value. Also card #47 of Hank Aaron has an uncorrected error which has his birth date listed incorrectly. The cards measure 2 5/8" by 3 ¾" and are the first horizontally designed cards ever issued by Topps. What really sets these cards apart from other Topps cards is their obvious eye appeal with rich and attractive colors and a very detailed and informative card back.

The front of the 1955 Topps cards are framed in a white border and inside this white border contains a large color close up head shot and a smaller full body shot of a player, coach, or manager. Across the lower part of the smaller body shot is a black facsimile autograph from that particular player, coach, or manager. There are seven different background color variations used on the card front that start out from the left as a lighter color or white and ends up a darker version of that same color to the right. The color variations are light yellow to dark yellow, light pink to dark red, white blue to light blue, light green to dark green, white green to light green, light blue to dark blue, and light orange to dark orange. In the upper left or upper right corner of the card is where the team logo resides. The final section of the card front is the bottom lower section which has three pieces of information including the player name in white lettering followed by his position or his management or coach designation,then the full team name which are all in black lettering.

The back of the 1955 Topps cards are what really put the icing on the cake for this impressive set. There is a wealth of information for the collector about that particular player, coach, or manager along with some really cool and helpful trivia. You will find a great combination of five different colors on the back of the card which includes white, black, red, light green, and a medium green that totally enhances the attractiveness of the card.

In the upper left-hand portion of the card back is the player's full name in white lettering and his position along with the team name in black lettering against a red background. For the non-player, you will find coach or manager listed instead of position. Below, you will find the card number in bold black inside a baseball with the word Topps and below this is the player bio which includes his height, weight, what he bats and throws or did bat and throw in the case of a coach or manager, along with his hometown and birth date all in fine red lettering. Directly below the bio is the Topps copyright with the words "printed in U.S.A." all in small green lettering. To the right of the bio and below the name section in fine black lettering is a well thought out written blurb about that player, coach, or manager describing the highlights of his career.

Koufax
Killebrew
Clemente

The coolest part of the card back is just to the right of the blurb and that is the colorful trivia section with its lively cartoon drawing. There are a number of good questions asked throughout the set, which helps enhance the collector's baseball knowledge. The final section of the card back is the lower section that supplies all the statistical information about that particular player, manager, or coach. Listed is the player's statistics for the previous year and career wether he was in the Minor Leagues or the Major Leagues. There are some players in the set such as Sandy Koufax who have no professional experience listed because they were signed straight out of high school or college and classified as "Bonus Babies".

According to the PSA Population Report at the time of this story, there have been nearly 55,000 1955 Topps baseball cards graded. Of those graded cards, there have been only 16 that have received the grade of PSA 10. The sixteen PSA 10's are #50 Jackie Robinson, #71 Ruben Gomez, #74 Bob Borkowski, #98 Johnny Riddle, #99 Frank Leja, #113 Harry Brecheen, #120 Ted Kluszewski, (2) #123 Sandy Koufax, #124 Harmon Killebrew, #146 Dick Donovan, #151 Fred Kress, #164 Roberto Clemente, #180 Clem Labine, #189 Phil Rizzuto, and #204 Frank Smith round out this scare and valuable group of cards that has survived the past fifty years virtually unblemished.

The breakdown of the remaining graded cards and excluding qualifiers is as follows: 578 PSA 9's or 11% of all graded cards, 11,105 PSA 8's or 20% of all graded cards, 15,507 PSA 7's or 28% of all graded cards, 12,813 PSA 6's or 23% of all graded cards, 6,860 PSA 5's or 13% of all graded cards, 3,899 PSA 3 and 4's combined or 7% of all cards graded, and 709 PSA 1 and 2's combined or 1% of all graded cards. The majority of all graded cards, over 71%, fall in the PSA 8 to PSA 6 range that reflects the quality and durability of the cards themselves. As expected, the most frequently graded card in the set is #123 Sandy Koufax (2,645), followed by #164 Roberto Clemente (1,750), #47 Hank Aaron (1,646), #124 Harmon Killebrew (1,600), #2 Ted Williams (1,438), #50 Jackie Robinson (1,362), #4 Al Kaline (1,010), #28 Ernie Banks (955), #194 Willie Mays (916), and #210 Duke Snider (690). Wondering what the most infrequently graded card in the set is? That would be #58 Jim Rivera (107).

One factor that makes the 1955 Topps baseball card set so appealing is that it is very attainable to complete due to its low card total. There is, however, the challenge of acquiring the Roberto Clemente and Sandy Koufax rookie cards in top grades. Rough or lesser examples can be purchased at reasonable prices and may be a good alternative until the time comes when you are able to upgrade your set. You can even find the wax wrappers and an occasional vending box up for sale on one of the many auction sites if you really want to round out your 1955 collection. What has remained a constant for the 1955 Topps baseball card set the past fifty years is that it has survived the test of time and remains one of the most attractive and sought after sets Topps ever produced.



Please feel free to contact Jim Churilla at [email protected] with any additional information or comments.

Leader Board

Vintage Basketball

1948 Bowman - Heifetz

1957-58 Topps - Mona Lisa's Smile

1960-61 Kahns Wieners - Jeff Mullen (sportscards.info) - Set 1

1961 Hawks Essex Meats - Yorktownsc Essex Hawks

1961-62 Fleer - More Stars Than in the Heavens

1961-62 Kahns Wieners - Jeff Mullen (sportscards.info) - Set 1

1962-63 Kahns Wieners - Jeff Mullen (sportscards.info) - Set 1

1963-64 Kahns Wieners - Hot Dawg!

1964-65 Kahns Wieners - PEP's

1968-69 Jack in the Box San Diego Rockets - Andy & Matt's 1968 Jack-in-the-Box

1968-69 Topps Test - This Test Scored An A

1969-70 Topps - Forgetaboutit!!!

1970-71 Topps - D. Bryant 1970 Topps Basketball Collection

1971-72 Globetrotters Cocoa Puffs 28 - David York

1971-72 Topps - MH Logogg

1971-72 Topps Trios - Bryant Collection

Modern Basketball

1972-73 Icee Bear - J Jet J's #1 Set

1972-73 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1973-74 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1973-74 Topps Team Stickers - David York

1974 Globetrotters Wonder Bread - David York

1974-75 Topps - Museum of Sports History #1

1975 Carvel Discs - Bryant Collection

1975-76 Topps - ZBob 1975 Set 1

1976 Buckmans Discs - J Jet J's Collection of Buckmans Discs tied with Bryant PSA 10 Collection,Museum of Sports History

1976-77 Topps - D. Bryant 1976 Topps Basketball Collection

1977-78 Topps - D. Bryant 1977 Topps Basketball Collection

1978-79 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1979-80 Topps - Bryant Collection

1980-81 Topps - The Chow/Fair Collection

1981 TCMA NBA - Bskbkid's 81 TCMA Set

1981-82 Topps - Bryant Collection

1985 Prism/Jewel Stickers - Dhjacks

1985-86 JMS Game - JMS Low Pop Stars

1986-87 Fleer - The Virgil Adkins PSA 10 Collection tied with The Bryant 86 Fleer PSA 10 Collection,Virgil Adkins PSA 10 Set #2

1986-87 Fleer Sticker - The Bryant PSA 10 1986 Fleer Sticker Collection tied with The Perfect 10 1986 Fleer Stickers - SKINSIN04,Network8687

1987-88 Fleer - The Chow/Fair Collection

1987-88 Fleer Sticker - Bryant PSA 10 Collection

1988 Fournier - Bskbkid's Fournier Set tied with Bryant PSA 10 Collection,J Jet J's collection of Estrellas

1988 Fournier Sticker - The Generals stickers

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup - McGee Collection 1988 Kenner Starting Lineup

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Unissued - McGee Collection

1988-89 Fleer - Bryant Collection tied with J Jet J All PSA 10s !!!

1988-89 Fleer Stickers - Rare Cards

1989 Converse - J JET J

1989-90 Fleer Stickers - The Chow/Fair Collection

1989-90 Kenner Starting Lineup - McGee Collection

1989-90 Kenner Starting Lineup One on One - Scot York

1989-90 North Carolina Collegiate Collection - J Jet J 's #1 College Collection 1989 N.C, Tarheels

1990 Action Packed Promos - The Generals Action Packed promos

1990-91 Fleer All-Stars - Bryant Collection

1991 Pro Set Prototypes - Steve Taft

1991-92 Upper Deck Jerry West Heroes - Starpacks 91-92 Jerry West Heroes

1992-93 Stadium Club Beam Team - Dominic Dicicco Collection

1993-94 Finest Refractor - Wheels1313 Collection

1993-94 Ultra Famous Nicknames - Museum of Sports History

1996-97 Topps Chrome - Bryant PSA 10 1996-97 Topps Chrome

1996-97 Topps Chrome Refractors - Bryant PSA 10 1996-97 Topps Chrome Refractor

1997-98 E-X 2001 Jambalaya - Bryant Jambalaya Collection

1997-98 Upper Deck Game Jerseys - ZBob 1997 UD Jerseys

1998-99 E-X Century - Morgan's 1998-99 EX Century Graded Set Rare Find!!

1998-99 Finest Mystery Refractors Series 1 M1-M20 - Bryant Collection

1998-99 SP Authentic - Bryant PSA 10 Collection

1998-99 SP Authentic First Class - The Chinaphong Kowong Collection

1998-99 SP Top Prospects Vital Signs - Museum of Sports History

1998-99 UD Ionix MJ Hologrfx - Bryant Hologrfx Collection

1998-99 Upper Deck Game Jerseys - ZBOB 1998 UD Jerseys

1999-00 SPx Spxcitement - Museum of Sports History

2000 Press Pass SE Two on One - Museum of Sports History

2001-02 Upper Deck Legends Legendary Jerseys (2000 PSA) - ZBob 2000 UD Legends Jerseys

2000 Upper Deck Century Legends Legendary Signatures - Museum of Sports History

2000-01 Topps Reserve Graded - Ty's Topps Reserve Graded Set

2001-02 Upper Deck Legends Record Producers - Museum of Sports History

2001-02 Upper Deck Legends UD Yearbook - Museum of Sports History

2001-02 Fleer Platinum Lucky 13 - Erik's first set

2001-02 Upper Deck MJs Back Duel Jerseys - ZBob 2001 UD MJs Back Duel Jerseys

2001-02 Upper Deck MJs Back Jerseys - ZBob 2001 UD MJs Back Jerseys

2002-03 Topps Chrome Refractors White Border - Basic - Big Hurt's 2002-03 Topps Chrome White Ref Basic

2002-03 Topps Chrome Refractors White Border - Master - Big Hurt's 2002-03 Topps Chrome White Border Refractors

2002-03 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Signatures - ZBob 2002 UD Ultimate Autos

2003 UD Superstars Lebron James - Phillip Beasley - 2003 UD Superstars LeBron James

2003 UD Top Prospects Lebron James Promos - Museum of Sports History tied with the king's lebron james promos

2003-04 Upper Deck Lebron James Lebrons Diary - 2003-04 Upper Deck Lebron James Lebrons Diary

Vintage Football

1894 Mayo Cut Plug - PProperties

1926 Spalding Champions - clamendo1926SpaldingFB

1935 National Chicle - Don Louchios

1948 Bowman - Quimby's Collection

1948 Leaf - Basic - William Gray

1948 Leaf - Master - Leaf Chief

1949 Leaf - David Curtis

1950 Bowman - Sarah Verno 1950 Bowman FB

1951 Bowman - palacejester

1951 Topps Magic - Museum of Sports History

1952 Bowman Large - Short Print Nightmare

1952 Bowman Small - Davalillo

1953 Bowman - Museum of Sports History

1954 Bowman - Mark W

1955 Bowman - palacejester

1955 Topps All-American - Basic - Wes Verno All American

1955 Topps All-American - Master - Museum of Sports History

1956 Topps - Basic - Museum of Sports History

1956 Topps - Master - Museum of Sports History

1957 Topps - Basic - Fro's 57's

1957 Topps - Master - Museum of Sports History

1958 Topps - Bears2 Paul A. Lemm

1959 Bell Brand Rams - BDTM's cards

1959 Topps - RAM Collection IV

1960 Cardinals Mayrose Franks - Davalillo

1960 Fleer - Nearmint's Collection

1960 Fleer College Pennant Decals - Museum of Sports History

1960 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1961 Browns National City Bank - Museum of Sports History

1961 Fleer - antix

1961 Kahns Weiners - Museum of Sports History

1961 Nu-Card - rbdjr1's 1961 Nu-Card Football Set

1961 Topps - John Vineyard

1962 Fleer - Wolfbear's 1962 Fleer

1962 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1962 Topps Bucks Inserts - Museum of Sports History

1963 Fleer - Fuzzdude 1

1963 Kahns Weiners - Museum of Sports History

1963 Stancraft Playing Cards - Shouldabeena 1963 Stancraft again

1963 Topps - MACPSA 1963 Topps Football Master Set

1963 Topps CFL - Wang's Gridiron Collection

1964 Philadelphia - Frank Evanov

1964 Topps - Appeal

1964 Topps CFL - Wang's Gridiron Collection

1965 Philadelphia - Fabfranks 1965 Philly Football

1965 Topps - Dave Lemon

1965 Topps CFL - Museum of Sports History

1966 Philadelphia - D.R.Pacha 66 Philly

1966 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1966 Topps Funny Rings - Museum of Sports History

1967 Philadelphia - Skinsfans Yellow Fever

1967 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1967 Topps Krazy Pennants - Museum of Sports History

1968 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1968 Topps Stand Up - Museum of Sports History

1968 Topps Test Team Patches - Museum of Sports History

1968 Topps Test Teams - Museum of Sports History

1969 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1969 Topps 4 in 1 - Museum of Sports History

1970 Kelloggs - SMB's Pieces of History

1970 Topps - John Vineyard

1970 Topps Super - Mike Ballew

1970 Topps Super Glossy - Off The Wall Collectibles

1971 Kelloggs - King Kellogg - 1971 Kellogg's Football

1971 Topps - Dave Lemon

1971 Topps Game Inserts - Museum of Sports History

Modern Football

1972 NFLPA Fabric Cards - Bill's Gridiron Greats

1972 NFLPA Vinyl Stickers - Bill's Gridiron Greats

1972 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1973 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1974 Topps - Sideplates '74 Topps Football

1974 Wonder Bread - Bills Gridiron Greats

1976 Bears Coke Discs - Museum of Sports History

1976 Buckmans Discs - Museum of Sports History tied with couldabeena 1976 Buckman Disc

1976 Crane Discs - Museum of Sports History tied with couldabeena 1976 Crane Discs Set 2 - (a MOSH sandwich) ;-)

1976 Saga Discs - couldabeena 1976 Saga Disc

1976 Topps - Rob Marcus 76 Topps 10 Year Plan

1976 Wonder Bread - Sideplate's '76 Wonder Bread tied with perfect 1976 GPA set

1978 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1979 Saints Coke - John Vineyard

1979 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1980 Stop "N" Go - John Vineyard

1984 Topps - Quarterbacks Plus

1984 Topps Glossy Send-In - Museum of Sports History

1985 Topps - The Rider Collection

1985 Topps USFL - Museum of Sports History

1986 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1987 Topps - Jason G's 1987 Topps Set

1987 Topps 1000 Yard Club - Museum of Sports History

1988 Pro Set Test - The Hot Card City Collection

1988 Walter Payton Commemorative - Museum of Sports History

1989 Score - Fabfranks 1989 Score Football Set

1990 Fleer All-Pro - Museum of Sports History

1992 Saints McDag - John Vineyard

1994 SP - Fabfranks 1994 SP Football

1994 Ted Williams Walter Payton - Museum of Sports History

1996 Laser View Inscriptions - Museum of Sports History

1996 Upper Deck Game Jerseys - Museum of Sports History

1997 Leaf Letterman - Neil's 1997 Leaf Letterman Football Set

1997 Leaf Reproductions - Neil's 1997 Leaf Reproduction Football Set

1997 SP Authentic Tradition - Museum of Sports History

1997 Upper Deck Legends Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1997 Upper Deck Legends Big Game Hunters - Museum of Sports History

1997 Upper Deck Legends Marquee Matchups - Museum of Sports History

1997 Upper Deck Legends Sign of the Times - Museum of Sports History

1998 Chicago Bears Fan Convention - Museum of Sports History

1998 Collectors Edge First Place Rookie Ink - Museum of Sports History

1998 Playoff Contenders Leather - Museum of Sports History

1998 SP Authentic - Fabfranks 1998 SP Authentic Football

1998 Upper Deck Game Jerseys - Museum of Sports History

1999 Bowmans Best Legacy Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Chicago Bears Fan Convention - Museum of Sports History

1999 Donruss All-Time Gridiron Kings Autographs - Vulcan Vikings

1999 Playoff Contenders SSD Round Numbers Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Playoff Contenders SSD ROY Contenders Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Playoff Prestige SSD Checklists Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Sage Autographs Silver - Museum of Sports History

1999 SP Authentic Players Ink - Museum of Sports History

1999 Sports Illustrated Autographs - jbird

1999 Topps Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Topps Hall of Fame Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Topps Stars Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Topps Stars Rookie Reprints Autographs - Museum of Sports History

1999 Upper Deck Encore UD Authentics - Museum of Sports History

1999 Upper Deck Retro Inkredbile - Museum of Sports History

2000 Collectors Edge Graded Brilliant - Jstafan

2000 Collectors Edge Graded High Numbers - Jstafan tied with DCC

2000 Collectors Edge Graded Uncirculated - Qualitycards

2000 Donruss Elite Passing the Torch Autographs - Museum of Sports History

2000 eTopps - MLS eTopps 2000 FB set

2000 Quantum Leaf All-Millennium Team Autographs - Museum of Sports History

2000 Sage Hit Autographs Emerald - Museum of Sports History

2000 Skybox E-X E-Xceptional Red, Green, Blue - Qualitycards

2000 SPx - Museum of Sports History

2000 Topps Autographs - Museum of Sports History

2000 Topps Hall of Fame Autographs - Museum of Sports History

2000 Upper Deck Legends Legendary Game Jerseys - Jeff Kay's Jersey Jems

2000 Upper Deck Montana Master Collection - Museum of Sports History

2001 Press Pass Breakout - Museum of Sports History

2001 SP Game Used Edition - Museum of Sports History

2001 SP Game Used Edition Authentic Fabric - SBS - ' 01 SP Game Jerseys

2001 SP Game Used Edition Authentic Fabric Autographs - SBS - ' 01 Sp Game Used Autographs # to 25

2001 SP Game Used Edition Authentic Fabric Combo Doubles - SBS - ' 01 SP Game Used Combos # to 50

2001 SP Game Used Edition Authentic Fabric Combo Triples - SBS - ' 01 Sp Game Used Triples # to 25

2001 Topps Super Bowl XXXVI Card Show - Museum of Sports History

2001 Upper Deck Legends Legendary Cuts - Museum of Sports History

2001 Upper Deck Vintage Threads Autographs - Only 100 of each - Jeff Kay's Most Wanted

2002 Score Select Inscriptions - Museum of Sports History

2002 Topps All-Pro Relics - Museum of Sports History

2002 Topps Hobby Masters - Museum of Sports History

2002 Topps Ring of Honor - Museum of Sports History

2002 Topps Ring of Honor Autographs - Museum of Sports History

2002 Topps Super Bowl Goal Post Relics - Museum of Sports History

2002 UD Graded Making the Grade Autographs - Weldon A. Wright Jr. Collection

Vintage Hockey

1910-11 C56 - Northern Lights

1911-12 C55 - Basic - 1911 C55 Hockey Set

1911-12 C55 - Master - The Imperial Hattrick

1912-13 C57 - The steel cow makes magnetic milk.

1923-24 William Patterson (V145-1) - Steve Yawitz

1933-34 Canadian Gum (V252) - Mark927's Hockey V252 Canadian Gum Set

1933-34 World Wide Gum Ice Kings (V357) - 1933-34 Ice Kings Mickey's Mania - the Ultimate Set

1936-37 O-Pee-Chee (V304D) - gchaytors36opeechees

1936-37 World-Wide Gum (V356) - Tuff Stuff 2

1951-52 Parkhurst - Teemu

1953-54 Parkhurst - Steve Yawitz

1954-55 Parkhurst - J & S Cards

1954-55 Topps - Threeputts Original Topps Hockey

1955-56 Parkhurst - Tigertownsports1955 parkhurst set

1957-58 Parkhurst - tigertownsports cards

1957-58 Topps - tigertownsports cards

1958-59 Parkhurst - West Coast

1958-59 Topps - 1958 Topps Hockey Set 1 A.J. Sportsworld

1959-60 Parkhurst - Mr.Parkies

1959-60 Topps - Tigertownsports set

1960-61 Parkhurst - Steve's 1960 Parkhurst Set

1960-61 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1961-62 Parkhurst - Brendan's 1961 Parkhurst Set

1961-62 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1962-63 Parkhurst - Mr.Parkies

1962-63 Shirriff Coins - Neil's 1962-63 Shirrff Coin Hockey Set

1962-63 Topps - Teemu

1963-64 Parkhurst - Bhaase1a

1963-64 Topps - Museum of Sports History

1964-65 Topps - Theo's 1964 Topps

1965-66 Topps - Joester65

1966-67 Topps - 707 Sportscards - LTD - 1966 Topps

1966-67 Topps USA Test - Nick Karos

1967-68 Topps - James67

1968-69 O-Pee-Chee - Joester68

1968-69 O-Pee-Chee Puck Stickers - Joester68PS

1968-69 Shiriff Coins - Rollie123

1968-69 Topps - Joester68T

1969-70 O-Pee-Chee - Basic - Joester69

1969-70 O-Pee-Chee - Master - Joester69Master

1969-70 O-Pee-Chee 4 in 1 - Rollie123

1969-70 Topps - Joester69T

1970-71 O-Pee-Chee - Joester70

1970-71 Topps - Mikes Psychedelic 70-71 set

1970-71 Topps/OPC Sticker Stamps - Rollie123

1971-72 O-Pee-Chee - GR Hoft - 1971 OPC Set

1971-72 Topps - Onlypsahockey

Modern Hockey

1972-73 Topps - West Coast

1973-74 Macs Milk - Rollie123

1973-74 O-Pee-Chee - Big Shooter's 73 O.P.C.

1973-74 O-Pee-Chee Rings - puckhd27

1973-74 Topps - Peter Cate

1974-75 O-Pee-Chee WHA - Big Shooter's WHA

1974-75 Topps - Sideplate's '74-'75 Hockey

1975-76 O-Pee-Chee - Basic - Matthew Pime

1977-78 Topps OPC Glossy Insert - DSVice 77 OPC Glossy tied with rbdjr1's 1977-78 Topps O-PEE-CEE Glossy Insert Hockey Set

1979-80 Topps - R. Clark's Favorite Hockey Set

1980-81 O-Pee-Chee - Turbo's 80's Hockey

1982-83 O-Pee-Chee - J. Feeley 1982 OPC Set

1985-86 O-Pee-Chee - Turbo's Hockey

1988-89 Esso All-Stars - pondofc

1990-91 OPC Premier - pondofc