by Drew Pelto, AKA *censored*

#9 – 1955 Topps

The first set of the Golden Age of Baseball Cards that I get to review!

Well, actually that depends on your definition of Golden Age.  To me, the days of the Bowman-Topps rivalry on up to about the mid 1960′s count as the Golden Age. It’s when the main collector was a kid, and he was in it as just that– a collector. The kids weren’t interested in making a fast buck by selling their cards. It was about getting the cards, finding your favorite players, having flipping contests on the playground, chewing your More >