The 1966-67 Topps Hockey Card Set contains 132 horizontally oriented cards, with the player's picture framed inside a wood-grained TV set. While this unique design makes it difficult to display full-body images, the set features many up-close portraits. The player bios and in both French & English. The last 12 cards in the 1966-67 Topps Hockey Card Set feature a subset of All-Stars.
Issued in two series, the players for each of the NHL teams are sequentially ordered and represented in both series. Each series includes a single-printed checklist card, which is very difficult (and expensive) to find unmarked, and in nice condition. The #35 Bobby Orr Rookie Card is the most important and expensive card in the 1966-67 Topps Hockey Set.
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