I loved this book. The day I received it as a gift from my parents was a very happy day, and I spent days looking through pictures of the old Topps cards and getting familiar with the card designs of the 1950s and 1960s. I remember wishing that books were available like this for all baseball cards, especially the releases from the early 1980s from Donruss and Fleer and non-Topps issues from the 1900s onwards. I'd daydream about walking into the book store in the Cumberland Mall and finding the "Complete Donruss Collection," or even the "Complete Kellogg's-Post-Hostess Collection."
|1974 Topps Stamps|
Starting tomorrow, and throughout the week, I'll be featuring all the Phillies cards from a selection of team sets that I've collected. The team sets I feature will be of the oddball variety, so if you've ever had the burning desire to see all the 1974 Topps Phillies Stamps together in gallery form - this is your lucky week. If this goes well, and if it's not too much of a pain to scan cards in, I'll take requests for the next "Gallery Week" when I depart for vacation again in August.
Please sit back and enjoy and I'll be back live next week. (There will be a few semi-live series preview posts throughout the week. And I'll tell Mickey you said hello.)