1971 Topps Football Complete Set

Year 1971
Manufacturer Topps

NM+ - 7.5

This 1971 Topps Football Complete Set includes 263 cards, that are 2� by 3� in size, and consists of all players cards, except for the two checklists.  The AFC players on the 1971 Topps football cards have red borders, while the NFC players are bordered in blue.  There are also cards of players designated as All-Stars, which are blue on the top half of the card and red on the bottom half. 

The colorful borders are make for a very attractive set, but tend to show the least little damage, making the cards very condition sensitive.  Many of the 1971 Topps football cards also have centering issues, making the cards in pristine condition, very hard to find and expensive to purchase.  

Packed with stars, both the older players from the 1960s and the future stars of the 1970s, the 1971 Topps Football Card Set contains cards of over 50 Hall-of-Fame players.  The key rookie cards were both Pittsburgh Steelers: #156 Terry Bradshaw and #245 Mean Joe Greene.  Four other inductees also made their debut on cardboard : #113 Ken Houston, #114 Willie Lanier, #188 Roger Wehri and #210 Charlie Sanders.

The many stars and the sharp look of the 1971 Topps football cards, make the set very popular with collectors.  The 1971 Topps Football Complete Sets have the distinction of being very affordable in mid-grades, and also being a difficult challenge in pristine conditions.


Purchased separately the cards in this set have a break-up value of $7,732.62.

The High Dollar Cards in this set include:

  • 1971 Topps #156 Terry Bradshaw : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #245 Joe Greene : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #1 Johnny Unitas : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #250 Joe Namath : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #210 Charlie Sanders : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #261 Paul Warfield : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #25 Dick Butkus : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #171 Craig Morton : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #189 Dave Wilcox : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #133 Ray Nitschke : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #144 Bob Lilly : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #204 Mick Tingelhoff : 8 - NM/MT

Below is the set breakdown by grade:

Number of Cards in Set 263
Average Grade - Weighted by Value 7.31 - NM+
Average Grade - Unweighted 7.00 - NM
Grade Breakdown
8 - NM/MT 37
PSA 8 - NM/MT 14
7 - NM 159
PSA 7 - NM 7
6 - EX/MT 38
PSA 6 - EX/MT 2
5 - EX 6
Price If Purchased Separately $7,732.62

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Serial Number
Item #3865168
Grade
7.5 - NM+
Price
$5,800.00
$4,640.00 after 20% discount

NM - 7

This 1971 Topps Football Complete Set includes 263 cards, that are 2� by 3� in size, and consists of all players cards, except for the two checklists.  The AFC players on the 1971 Topps football cards have red borders, while the NFC players are bordered in blue.  There are also cards of players designated as All-Stars, which are blue on the top half of the card and red on the bottom half. 

The colorful borders are make for a very attractive set, but tend to show the least little damage, making the cards very condition sensitive.  Many of the 1971 Topps football cards also have centering issues, making the cards in pristine condition, very hard to find and expensive to purchase.  

Packed with stars, both the older players from the 1960s and the future stars of the 1970s, the 1971 Topps Football Card Set contains cards of over 50 Hall-of-Fame players.  The key rookie cards were both Pittsburgh Steelers: #156 Terry Bradshaw and #245 Mean Joe Greene.  Four other inductees also made their debut on cardboard : #113 Ken Houston, #114 Willie Lanier, #188 Roger Wehri and #210 Charlie Sanders.

The many stars and the sharp look of the 1971 Topps football cards, make the set very popular with collectors.  The 1971 Topps Football Complete Sets have the distinction of being very affordable in mid-grades, and also being a difficult challenge in pristine conditions.


Purchased separately the cards in this set have a break-up value of $5,069.25.

The High Dollar Cards in this set include:

  • 1971 Topps #156 Terry Bradshaw : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #245 Joe Greene : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #250 Joe Namath : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #189 Dave Wilcox : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #204 Mick Tingelhoff : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #154 Dick LeBeau : 8 - NM/MT
  • 1971 Topps #210 Charlie Sanders : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #137 Kent McCloughan : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #190 Bob Hayes : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #133 Ray Nitschke : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #150 Gale Sayers : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #8 Walt Garrison : 7 - NM

Below is the set breakdown by grade:

Number of Cards in Set 263
Average Grade - Weighted by Value 6.84 - NM
Average Grade - Unweighted 6.60 - EX/MT+
Grade Breakdown
8 - NM/MT 5
PSA 8 - NM/MT 3
7 - NM 138
PSA 7 - NM 7
6 - EX/MT 102
PSA 6 - EX/MT 4
5 - EX 4
Price If Purchased Separately $5,069.25

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Serial Number
Item #3865000
Grade
7 - NM
Price
$3,680.00
$2,944.00 after 20% discount

EX/MT - 6

This 1971 Topps Football Complete Set includes 263 cards, that are 2� by 3� in size, and consists of all players cards, except for the two checklists.  The AFC players on the 1971 Topps football cards have red borders, while the NFC players are bordered in blue.  There are also cards of players designated as All-Stars, which are blue on the top half of the card and red on the bottom half. 

The colorful borders are make for a very attractive set, but tend to show the least little damage, making the cards very condition sensitive.  Many of the 1971 Topps football cards also have centering issues, making the cards in pristine condition, very hard to find and expensive to purchase.  

Packed with stars, both the older players from the 1960s and the future stars of the 1970s, the 1971 Topps Football Card Set contains cards of over 50 Hall-of-Fame players.  The key rookie cards were both Pittsburgh Steelers: #156 Terry Bradshaw and #245 Mean Joe Greene.  Four other inductees also made their debut on cardboard : #113 Ken Houston, #114 Willie Lanier, #188 Roger Wehri and #210 Charlie Sanders.

The many stars and the sharp look of the 1971 Topps football cards, make the set very popular with collectors.  The 1971 Topps Football Complete Sets have the distinction of being very affordable in mid-grades, and also being a difficult challenge in pristine conditions.


Purchased separately the cards in this set have a break-up value of $1,907.37.

The High Dollar Cards in this set include:

  • 1971 Topps #156 Terry Bradshaw : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #250 Joe Namath : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #245 Joe Greene : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #200 Bart Starr : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #25 Dick Butkus : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #211 Jake Scott : 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #133 Ray Nitschke : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #27 Checklist 1: 7 - NM
  • 1971 Topps #150 Gale Sayers : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #160 Bob Griese : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #210 Charlie Sanders : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #204 Mick Tingelhoff : 6 - EX/MT

Below is the set breakdown by grade:

Number of Cards in Set 263
Average Grade - Weighted by Value 5.77 - EX/MT
Average Grade - Unweighted 5.59 - EX+
Grade Breakdown
7 - NM 4
PSA 7 - NM 1
6 - EX/MT 145
PSA 6 - EX/MT 1
5 - EX 112
Price If Purchased Separately $1,907.37

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Serial Number
Item #3864998
Grade
6 - EX/MT
Price
$1,230.00
$984.00 after 20% discount

EX - 5

This 1971 Topps Football Complete Set includes 263 cards, that are 2� by 3� in size, and consists of all players cards, except for the two checklists.  The AFC players on the 1971 Topps football cards have red borders, while the NFC players are bordered in blue.  There are also cards of players designated as All-Stars, which are blue on the top half of the card and red on the bottom half. 

The colorful borders are make for a very attractive set, but tend to show the least little damage, making the cards very condition sensitive.  Many of the 1971 Topps football cards also have centering issues, making the cards in pristine condition, very hard to find and expensive to purchase.  

Packed with stars, both the older players from the 1960s and the future stars of the 1970s, the 1971 Topps Football Card Set contains cards of over 50 Hall-of-Fame players.  The key rookie cards were both Pittsburgh Steelers: #156 Terry Bradshaw and #245 Mean Joe Greene.  Four other inductees also made their debut on cardboard : #113 Ken Houston, #114 Willie Lanier, #188 Roger Wehri and #210 Charlie Sanders.

The many stars and the sharp look of the 1971 Topps football cards, make the set very popular with collectors.  The 1971 Topps Football Complete Sets have the distinction of being very affordable in mid-grades, and also being a difficult challenge in pristine conditions.


Purchased separately the cards in this set have a break-up value of $1,172.39.

The High Dollar Cards in this set include:

  • 1971 Topps #156 Terry Bradshaw : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #250 Joe Namath : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #245 Joe Greene : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #133 Ray Nitschke : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #150 Gale Sayers : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #200 Bart Starr : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #260 O.J. Simpson : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #157 Leroy Kelly : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #209 Deacon Jones : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #25 Dick Butkus : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #160 Bob Griese : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #190 Bob Hayes : 5 - EX

Below is the set breakdown by grade:

Number of Cards in Set 263
Average Grade - Weighted by Value 4.99 - EX
Average Grade - Unweighted 4.88 - EX
Grade Breakdown
6 - EX/MT 18
5 - EX 194
PSA 5 - EX 1
4 - VG/EX 50
Price If Purchased Separately $1,172.39

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Serial Number
Item #3863012
Grade
5 - EX
Price
$670.00
$569.50 after 15% discount

VG/EX - 4

This 1971 Topps Football Complete Set includes 263 cards, that are 2� by 3� in size, and consists of all players cards, except for the two checklists.  The AFC players on the 1971 Topps football cards have red borders, while the NFC players are bordered in blue.  There are also cards of players designated as All-Stars, which are blue on the top half of the card and red on the bottom half. 

The colorful borders are make for a very attractive set, but tend to show the least little damage, making the cards very condition sensitive.  Many of the 1971 Topps football cards also have centering issues, making the cards in pristine condition, very hard to find and expensive to purchase.  

Packed with stars, both the older players from the 1960s and the future stars of the 1970s, the 1971 Topps Football Card Set contains cards of over 50 Hall-of-Fame players.  The key rookie cards were both Pittsburgh Steelers: #156 Terry Bradshaw and #245 Mean Joe Greene.  Four other inductees also made their debut on cardboard : #113 Ken Houston, #114 Willie Lanier, #188 Roger Wehri and #210 Charlie Sanders.

The many stars and the sharp look of the 1971 Topps football cards, make the set very popular with collectors.  The 1971 Topps Football Complete Sets have the distinction of being very affordable in mid-grades, and also being a difficult challenge in pristine conditions.


Purchased separately the cards in this set have a break-up value of $910.96.

The High Dollar Cards in this set include:

  • 1971 Topps #156 Terry Bradshaw : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #245 Joe Greene : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #250 Joe Namath : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #133 Ray Nitschke : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #150 Gale Sayers : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #200 Bart Starr : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #260 O.J. Simpson : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #157 Leroy Kelly : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #209 Deacon Jones : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #160 Bob Griese : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #190 Bob Hayes : 5 - EX
  • 1971 Topps #145 Joe Kapp : 4 - VG/EX

Below is the set breakdown by grade:

Number of Cards in Set 263
Average Grade - Weighted by Value 4.24 - VG/EX
Average Grade - Unweighted 3.89 - VG/EX
Grade Breakdown
6 - EX/MT 1
5 - EX 84
4 - VG/EX 63
3 - VG 115
Price If Purchased Separately $910.96

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Serial Number
Item #4113203
Grade
4 - VG/EX
Price
$495.00
$445.50 after 10% discount

VG+ - 3.5

This 1971 Topps Football Complete Set includes 263 cards, that are 2� by 3� in size, and consists of all players cards, except for the two checklists.  The AFC players on the 1971 Topps football cards have red borders, while the NFC players are bordered in blue.  There are also cards of players designated as All-Stars, which are blue on the top half of the card and red on the bottom half. 

The colorful borders are make for a very attractive set, but tend to show the least little damage, making the cards very condition sensitive.  Many of the 1971 Topps football cards also have centering issues, making the cards in pristine condition, very hard to find and expensive to purchase.  

Packed with stars, both the older players from the 1960s and the future stars of the 1970s, the 1971 Topps Football Card Set contains cards of over 50 Hall-of-Fame players.  The key rookie cards were both Pittsburgh Steelers: #156 Terry Bradshaw and #245 Mean Joe Greene.  Four other inductees also made their debut on cardboard : #113 Ken Houston, #114 Willie Lanier, #188 Roger Wehri and #210 Charlie Sanders.

The many stars and the sharp look of the 1971 Topps football cards, make the set very popular with collectors.  The 1971 Topps Football Complete Sets have the distinction of being very affordable in mid-grades, and also being a difficult challenge in pristine conditions.


Purchased separately the cards in this set have a break-up value of $812.40.

The High Dollar Cards in this set include:

  • 1971 Topps #156 Terry Bradshaw : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #245 Joe Greene : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #250 Joe Namath : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #150 Gale Sayers : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #133 Ray Nitschke : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #157 Leroy Kelly : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #260 O.J. Simpson : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #200 Bart Starr : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #160 Bob Griese : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #190 Bob Hayes : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #145 Joe Kapp : 4 - VG/EX
  • 1971 Topps #25 Dick Butkus : 3 - VG

Below is the set breakdown by grade:

Number of Cards in Set 263
Average Grade - Weighted by Value 3.43 - VG+
Average Grade - Unweighted 2.99 - VG
Grade Breakdown
6 - EX/MT 1
4 - VG/EX 37
3 - VG 183
2 - GOOD 42
Price If Purchased Separately $812.40

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Serial Number
Item #3863008
Grade
3.5 - VG+
Price
$470.00
$423.00 after 10% discount

GD+ - 2.5

This 1971 Topps Football Complete Set includes 263 cards, that are 2� by 3� in size, and consists of all players cards, except for the two checklists.  The AFC players on the 1971 Topps football cards have red borders, while the NFC players are bordered in blue.  There are also cards of players designated as All-Stars, which are blue on the top half of the card and red on the bottom half. 

The colorful borders are make for a very attractive set, but tend to show the least little damage, making the cards very condition sensitive.  Many of the 1971 Topps football cards also have centering issues, making the cards in pristine condition, very hard to find and expensive to purchase.  

Packed with stars, both the older players from the 1960s and the future stars of the 1970s, the 1971 Topps Football Card Set contains cards of over 50 Hall-of-Fame players.  The key rookie cards were both Pittsburgh Steelers: #156 Terry Bradshaw and #245 Mean Joe Greene.  Four other inductees also made their debut on cardboard : #113 Ken Houston, #114 Willie Lanier, #188 Roger Wehri and #210 Charlie Sanders.

The many stars and the sharp look of the 1971 Topps football cards, make the set very popular with collectors.  The 1971 Topps Football Complete Sets have the distinction of being very affordable in mid-grades, and also being a difficult challenge in pristine conditions.


Purchased separately the cards in this set have a break-up value of $717.19.

The High Dollar Cards in this set include:

  • 1971 Topps #156 Terry Bradshaw : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #245 Joe Greene : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #250 Joe Namath : 2 - GOOD
  • 1971 Topps #157 Leroy Kelly : 6 - EX/MT
  • 1971 Topps #133 Ray Nitschke : 2 - GOOD
  • 1971 Topps #145 Joe Kapp : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #200 Bart Starr : 2 - GOOD
  • 1971 Topps #260 O.J. Simpson : 2 - GOOD
  • 1971 Topps #150 Gale Sayers : 1.5 - FAIR
  • 1971 Topps #186 Jim Kiick : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #261 Paul Warfield : 3 - VG
  • 1971 Topps #25 Dick Butkus : 2 - GOOD

Below is the set breakdown by grade:

Number of Cards in Set 263
Average Grade - Weighted by Value 2.55 - GD+
Average Grade - Unweighted 2.18 - GOOD
Grade Breakdown
6 - EX/MT 1
3 - VG 46
2 - GOOD 213
1.5 - FAIR 3
Price If Purchased Separately $717.19

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Serial Number
Item #3727882
Grade
2.5 - GD+
Price
$490.00
$441.00 after 10% discount

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