The 1970s was a golden age for oddball baseball card sets. Topps still owned the exclusive rights to issue baseball cards with bubble gum. This would end in 1981, but during the 1970s other companies, were still able to produce baseball cards to help market cereal, snack cakes, soda and even hamburgers. Topps also issued some very interesting inserts that were included in their packs of cards, along with the gum. They included coins, booklets, team checklists, and traded cards.
These sets are very popular with collectors today. Dean's Cards has a full selection of complete sets of these great cards.
By Dean Hanley
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