As you probably know, Topps recently launched a website where collectors are invited to vote for the top 60 Topps baseball cards of all-time. It seems most collectors have some gripes with the cards Topps put up for vote, and it's hard to blame them. Recently, Night Owl (and I'm sure some other bloggers that I just haven't stumbled across) created his own list. It seemed only right that someone compile one for hockey cards, so I began scouring my collection to see what I could come up with.
Time for the third and final installment of my top 60 hockey cards. #41 - 1964-65 Topps #70 - Milt Schmidt - The 1964-65 Topps "tall boy" cards are really impressive in person and Milt is the best one I've got. This card was bumped ... Read Post
All of you should have this card.ALL OF YOU.No Exceptions. 1987 Topps Bip Roberts Rookie Card IT DON'T COST BUT FOUR CENTS, FOLKS. Ten cents if it's totally mint. Super Advanced Collectors can opt for the 1986 Topps Traded XRC. Some... Read Post
I think most collectors have a guilty pleasure. That set that most people find ugly as sin, but you just can't help but love. For me, that set is 1990 Topps baseball. Generally regarded as one of Topps' worst designs, this 792 card ... Read Post