1950s-60s Topps Baseball Card Collection
Tremendous hoard of hundreds of Topps cards from the '50s and '60s is a great faces-in-the-crowd collection-filler that includes both HOFers ('58 Early Wynn #100; '58 Ernie Banks "Hustler Banks Wins MVP Award; '58 Willie Mays "Master and Mentor", '60 Walt Alston), thrilling-moment-makers (Harvey Haddix, he of the 12-inning perfect game defeat), classic victims (Chuck Stobbs, who gave up Mantle's 565-foot homer), great alliterative names (Rip Repulski), important off-field figures (Curt Flood), the Yankees' keystone combo ('58 Kubek & Richardson), the ugliest man to ever play (Don Mossi), and much more! Other names taken at random: Chuck Cottier, Gene Stephens, Dick Ricketts, Ed Sadowski, Gus Bell, Harry Simpson, Sam Jones, Eli Grba, Don Zimmer, Tito Francona (Terry's dad). Condition averages VG-EX. Obviously, great breakup potential here.