1975 Topps Baseball Cards – Value, Best Cards, and Checklist

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1975 Topps Baseball Cards

When it comes to mammoth Topps baseball card sets, the 1975 Topps release is a great example of just how big they can be. There are 660 cards in total, with a mix of retired legends like Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays, as well as a host of valuable RCs if you’re looking at higher PSA grades

Here’s a rundown with the top 10 1975 Topps Baseball cards, with a mix of affordable options, and a number of high-ticket items if you’re looking at gem mint versions.

Top 10 1975 Topps Baseball Cards

The ‘75 set integrated a number of great design choices from previous years. For example, they have facsimile autographs on their card fronts, and bright, full borders. The borders make them extremely difficult to find if you’re on the market for high PSA grades, which leads to high values in the present day.

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Topps also issued an identical 660-card “Mini” series. These were smaller than the standard-issue, coming in at 2-1/4” by 3-1/8″. They’re significantly cheaper than the normal Topps set.   

 

1975 Robin Yount Topps RC #223

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1975 Robin Yount Topps RC 223

First up is Robin Yount. Known as ‘The Kid’, he spent 20 years as a shortstop and center fielder for the Milwaukee Brewers. A three-time All-Star and a two-time AL MVP in the 1980s, Yount entered the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. 

His RC is split in half, with an orange top and a deep, brown lower section. In the middle, you’ll find a posed shot of the player, with his hands on his knees as he leans forward slightly. The background shows a plain field and a clear sky, evoking memories of past sets from the 1950s. 

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There are just six PSA 10 copies of his Topps RC, and the price has risen rapidly in the past five years. A copy from the Dmitri Young collection recently sold for just over $60,000, highlighting how valuable rare copies can be.

 

1975 Gary Carter Topps RC #620

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1975 Gary Carter Topps Rookie Card

An 11-time All-Star, Gary Carter passed away from cancer in 2012. The Hall of Famer made a major contribution to the Mets’ World Series championship triumph in 1986, and his RC is a popular option from the ‘75 set.

The pink and yellow card actually contains four separate players, as it focuses on the best rookie catchers and outfielders from the year. Carter is first up, joined by Marc Hill, Danny Meyer, and Leon Roberts respectively. There’s a small profile shot of each player in a square, with a slim white border in the middle. 

Carter is the pick of the four, and it’s a card that is tough to find in higher grades. Given he was playing in Canada with the Expos as a rookie at the time, the O-Pee-Chee edition is also fairly valuable. 

 

1975 George Brett Topps RC #228

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1975 Topps George Brett baseball card RC

George Brett is another famous player who has an RC found in the ‘75 Topps set. As one of only four players in MLB history to accumulate 3,000 hits, 300 home runs, and a career .300 batting average, it’s easy to see why he’s a 13-time All-Star and a World Series winner. 

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It follows the same design plan as the others, with a green and purple background complimented by pink text at the top. It’s undeniably a ‘70s card, and it features a great posed image of Brett holding a bat at the ready.

A copy from the Dmitri Young collection mentioned above recently sold for just over $117,000, smashing the previous price of $11,596 paid way back in 2012. 

 

1975 Nolan Ryan Topps #500

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1975 Nolan Ryan Topps Baseball Rookie Card

Nolan Ryan (check out the best Nolan Ryan rookie cards) made the MLB All-Century Team and is an eight-time All-Star with a sole World Series win back in ‘69. His record-breaking achievements include playing in more seasons (27) than any other player in modern major league history. 

Nolan Ryan ranks first all-time in strikeouts (5,714), fewest hits allowed per nine innings (6.56), and no-hitters (7).

It might not be an RC, but Ryan’s ‘75 Topps card is still one of the more enduring cards from the set. His cards always tend to be some of the best you’ll find no matter the set, which is a testament to his legacy.

The pink and purple background makes it notoriously difficult to find high PSA grades, and it’s a solid investment piece.

 

1975 Bob Gibson Topps #150

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1975 Bob Gibson Topps Baseball

Another legendary player to make the list, Bob Gibson was a nine-time All-Star and two-time World Series, winner. He played 17 seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals as a pitcher and passed away in October 2020. 

Gibson’s card is difficult to find when looking at high PSA grades. Red and yellow corners show off any and all flaws or scuffs, which is probably why only one card has managed to earn an elusive PSA 10 grade. There are 64 PSA 9 copies, and prices have risen slowly over the past year.

 

1975 Topps Rookie Outfielders RC Dave Augustine/Pepe Mangual/Jim Rice/John Scott #616

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The RC quad cards are fairly popular, including this one that features AL MVP and Hall of Famer Jim Rice. He’s joined by Dave Augustine, Pepe Mangual, and John Scott, with each player assigned one square each. 

Once again, prices have increased steadily over the past five years when looking at PSA 10 grades. The same is true for many Jim Rice cards, but it’s hard to do better than his RC from the 1975 set.

 

1975 Hank Aaron Topps #660

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1975 Topps Hank Aaron Baseball Card

Hank Aaron is a former right-fielder who is one of the most accomplished stars in the history of the sport. He holds the record for the most All-Star Game selections (25), while he won the World Series in 1957 with the Atlanta Braves.

After breaking Babe Ruth’s record with his 715th home run in 1974, Topps released Aaron cards as bookends for the 1975 set. The #660 card is what we’re looking at here, as it has a great profile shot of the player from side-on. 

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There’s just one PSA 10 copy, while even a 9 will set you back by a substantial amount. Of course, there’s a significant dropoff when looking at NM-MT 8 grades and below. 

 

1975 Mike Schmidt Topps #70

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1975 Mike Schmidt Topps #70

A twelve-time All-Star who was a World Series winner in 1980, Mike Schmidt is seen as the greatest third baseman of all time. His tally of 548 home runs is the most ever hit by a player who spent his entire career with just one team.

The Phillies legend is another strong pick from the 1975 Topps Baseball set, this time opting for a green and yellow color scheme. 

Schmidt’s card has also exceeded expectations at auction recently, with the sole PSA 10 copy selling for $37,200 late in 2020. 

 

1975 Hank Aaron Topps #1

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1975 Hank Aaron Topps baseball rookie card

Aaron is back again, this time in the first card from the set. Orange and brown are used for the border, while there’s a posed shot of Aaron holding a bat at the ready. There’s also a star in the bottom left corner, noting that he was an NL All-Star. 

There are three PSA 10 graded cards according to the registry, so it’s a great long-term option if you’re working with a tight budget. 

 

1975 Reggie Jackson Topps #300

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1975 Reggie Jackson Topps baseball card rookie

Reggie Jackson spent 21 seasons as an MLB player for a variety of teams, including the Yankees and the Oakland A’s. A 14-time All-Star and a five-time World Series champion, it’s hard to think of many others who have accomplished as much as he has in the sport.

His card from the ‘75 Topps set rounds out the list and comes with a blue and orange motif. It also features a great shot of Jackson, wearing shades in his customary style. There’s only one PSA 10 copy according to the registry, so you’re likely to be stuck with a mint grade. 

 

1975 Topps Baseball Cards: Investment Outlook

As with the majority of vintage sets, the most valuable cards from the 1975 Topps release are gem mint versions of the rarest options. Of course, many are few and far between, which makes sense given they were produced over 45 years ago.

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There are a number of big names included in the 1975 Topps Baseball set, and many have sold for record prices over the last 24 months. At the beginning of 2021, these are currently the RCs we’ve listed above, as well as star players from the era such as Aaron and Jackson.

With vintage cards such as these, PSA is the way to go. We’ve noted the difference between many 9s and 10s above, and it can often make a huge impact on the asking price. 

In terms of investment pieces, the 1975 set is one of the better vintage options, as long as you’re looking in the right place.


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1975 Topps Baseball Checklist

 1 Hank Aaron
2 Lou Brock
3 Bob Gibson
4 Al Kaline
5 Nolan Ryan
6 Mike G. Marshall
7 Steve Busby / Dick Bosman / Nolan Ryan
8 Rogelio Moret
9 Frank Tepedino
10 Willie Davis
11 Bill Melton
12 David Clyde
13 Gene Locklear
14 Milt Wilcox
15 Jose Cardenal
16 Frank Tanana
17 Dave Concepcion
18 Ralph Houk MG
19 Jerry Koosman
20 Thurman Munson
21 Rollie Fingers
22 Dave Cash
23 Bill Russell
24 Al Fitzmorris
25 Lee May
26 Dave McNally
27 Ken Reitz
28 Tom Murphy
29 Dave Parker
30 Bert Blyleven
31 Dave Rader
32 Reggie Cleveland
33 Dusty Baker
34 Steve Renko
35 Ron Santo
36 Joe Lovitto
37 Dave Freisleben
38 Buddy Bell
39 Andre Thornton
40 Bill Singer
41 Cesar Geronimo
42 Joe Coleman
43 Cleon Jones
44 Pat Dobson
45 Joe Rudi
46 Danny Ozark
47 Tommy John
48 Freddie Patek
49 Larry Dierker
50 Brooks Robinson
51 Bob Forsch RC
52 Darrell Porter
53 Dave Giusti
54 Eric Soderholm
55 Bobby Bonds
56 Rick Wise
57 Dave Johnson
58 Chuck Taylor
59 Ken Henderson
60 Fergie Jenkins
61 Dave Winfield
62 Fritz Peterson
63 Steve Swisher
64 Dave Chalk
65 Don Gullett
66 Willie Horton
67 Tug McGraw
68 Ron Blomberg
69 Johnny Odom
70 Mike Schmidt
71 Charlie Hough
72 Jack McKeon
73 J.R. Richard
74 Mark Belanger
75 Ted Simmons
76 Ed Sprague
77 Richie Zisk
78 Ray Corbin
79 Gary Matthews
80 Carlton Fisk
81 Ron Reed
82 Pat Kelly
83 Jim Merritt
84 Enzo Hernandez
85 Bill Bonham
86 Joe Lis
87 George Foster
88 Tom Egan
89 Jim Ray
90 Rusty Staub
91 Dick Green
92 Cecil Upshaw
93 Davey Lopes
94 Jim Lonborg
95 John Mayberry
96 Mike Cosgrove
97 Earl Williams
98 Rich Folkers
99 Mike Hegan
100 Willie Stargell
101 Gene Mauch
102 Joe Decker
103 Rick Miller
104 Bill Madlock
105 Buzz Capra
106 Mike Hargrove
107 Jim Barr
108 Tom Hall
109 George Hendrick
110 Wilbur Wood
111 Wayne Garrett
112 Larry Hardy
113 Elliott Maddox
114 Dick Lange
115 Joe Ferguson
116 Lerrin LaGrow
117 Earl Weaver
118 Mike Anderson
119 Tommy Helms
120 Steve Busby
121 Bill North
122 Al Hrabosky
123 Johnny Briggs
124 Jerry Reuss
125 Ken Singleton
126 Checklist 1-132
127 Glenn Borgmann
128 Bill Lee
129 Rick Monday
130 Phil Niekro
131 Toby Harrah
132 Randy Moffitt
133 Dan Driessen
134 Ron Hodges
135 Charlie Spikes
136 Jim Mason
137 Terry Forster
138 Del Unser
139 Horacio Pina
140 Steve Garvey
141 Mickey Stanley
142 Bob Reynolds
143 Cliff Johnson
144 Jim Wohlford
145 Ken Holtzman
146 John McNamara
147 Pedro Garcia
148 Jim Rooker
149 Tim Foli
150 Bob Gibson
151 Steve Brye
152 Mario Guerrero
153 Rick Reuschel
154 Mike Lum
155 Jim Bibby
156 Dave Kingman
157 Pedro Borbon
158 Jerry Grote
159 Steve Arlin
160 Graig Nettles
161 Stan Bahnsen
162 Willie Montanez
163 Jim Brewer
164 Mickey Rivers
165 Doug Rader
166 Woodie Fryman
167 Rich Coggins
168 Bill Greif
169 Cookie Rojas
170 Bert Campaneris
171 Ed Kirkpatrick
172 Darrell Johnson
173 Steve Rogers
174 Bake McBride
175 Don Money
176 Burt Hooton
177 Vic Correll
178 Cesar Tovar
179 Tom Bradley
180 Joe Morgan
181 Fred Beene
182 Don Hahn
183 Mel Stottlemyre
184 Jorge Orta
185 Steve Carlton
186 Willie Crawford
187 Denny Doyle
188 Tom Griffin
189 1951 MVP’s
190 1952 MVP’s
191 1953 MVP’s
192 1954 MVP’s
193 1955 MVP’s
194 1956 MVP’s
195 1957 MVP’s
196 1958 MVP’s
197 1959 MVP’s
198 1960 MVP’s
199 1961 MVP’s
200 1962 MVP’s
201 1963 MVP’s
202 1964 MVP’s
203 1965 MVP’s
204 1966 MVP’s
205 1967 MVP’s
206 1968 MVP’s
207 1969 MVP’s
208 1970 MVP’s
209 1971 MVP’s
210 1972 MVP’s
211 1973 MVP’s
212 1974 MVP’s
213 Oscar Gamble
214 Harry Parker
215 Bobby Valentine
216 Wes Westrum
217 Lou Piniella
218 Jerry Johnson
219 Ed Herrmann
220 Don Sutton
221 Aurelio Rodriguez
222 Dan Spillner
223 Robin Yount
224 Ramon Hernandez
225 Bobby Grich
226 Bill Campbell
227 Bob Watson
228 George Brett
229 Barry Foote
230 Jim Hunter
231 Mike Tyson
232 Diego Segui
233 Billy Grabarkewitz
234 Tom Grieve
235 Jack Billingham
236 Dick Williams
237 Carl Morton
238 Dave Duncan
239 George Stone
240 Garry Maddox
241 Dick Tidrow
242 Jay Johnstone
243 Jim Kaat
244 Bill Buckner
245 Mickey Lolich
246 Red Schoendienst
247 Enos Cabell
248 Randy Jones
249 Danny Thompson
250 Ken Brett
251 Fran Healy
252 Fred Scherman
253 Jesus Alou
254 Mike Torrez
255 Dwight Evans
256 Billy Champion
257 Checklist 133-264
258 Dave LaRoche
259 Len Randle
260 Johnny Bench
261 Andy Hassler
262 Rowland Office
263 Jim Perry
264 John Milner
265 Ron Bryant
266 Sandy Alomar Sr.
267 Dick Ruthven
268 Hal McRae
269 Doug Rau
270 Ron Fairly
271 Jerry Moses
272 Lynn McGlothen
273 Steve Braun
274 Vicente Romo
275 Paul Blair
276 Chuck Tanner
277 Frank Taveras
278 Paul Lindblad
279 Milt May
280 Carl Yastrzemski
281 Jim Slaton
282 Jerry Morales
283 Steve Foucault
284 Ken Griffey Sr.
285 Ellie Rodriguez
286 Mike Jorgensen
287 Roric Harrison
288 Bruce Ellingsen
289 Ken Rudolph
290 Jon Matlack
291 Bill Sudakis
292 Ron Schueler
293 Dick Sharon
294 Geoff Zahn
295 Vada Pinson
296 Alan Foster
297 Craig Kusick
298 Johnny Grubb
299 Bucky Dent
300 Reggie Jackson
301 Dave Roberts
302 Rick Burleson
303 Grant Jackson
304 Danny Murtaugh
305 Jim Colborn
306 Batting Leaders
307 Home Run Leaders
308 RBI Leaders
309 Stolen Base Leaders
310 Victory Leaders
311 ERA Leaders
312 Strikeout Leaders
313 Firemen Leaders
314 Buck Martinez
315 Don Kessinger
316 Jackie Brown
317 Joe Lahoud
318 Ernie McAnally
319 Johnny Oates
320 Pete Rose
321 Rudy May
322 Ed Goodson
323 Fred Holdsworth
324 Ed Kranepool
325 Tony Oliva
326 Wayne Twitchell
327 Jerry Hairston
328 Sonny Siebert
329 Ted Kubiak
330 Mike G. Marshall
 331 Frank Robinson
332 Fred Kendall
333 Dick Drago
334 Greg Gross
335 Jim Palmer
336 Rennie Stennett
337 Kevin Kobel
338 Rick Stelmaszek
339 Jim Fregosi
340 Paul Splittorff
341 Hal Breeden
342 Leroy Stanton
343 Danny Frisella
344 Ben Oglivie
345 Clay Carroll
346 Bobby Darwin
347 Mike Caldwell
348 Tony Muser
349 Ray Sadecki
350 Bobby Murcer
351 Bob Boone
352 Darold Knowles
353 Luis Melendez
354 Dick Bosman
355 Chris Cannizzaro
356 Rico Petrocelli
357 Ken Forsch
358 Al Bumbry
359 Paul Popovich
360 George Scott
361 Walt Alston
362 Steve Hargan
363 Carmen Fanzone
364 Doug Bird
365 Bob Bailey
366 Ken Sanders
367 Craig Robinson
368 Vic Albury
369 Merv Rettenmund
370 Tom Seaver
371 Gates Brown
372 John D’Acquisto
373 Bill Sharp
374 Eddie Watt
375 Roy White
376 Steve Yeager
377 Tom Hilgendorf
378 Derrel Thomas
379 Bernie Carbo
380 Sal Bando
381 John Curtis
382 Don Baylor
383 Jim York
384 Del Crandall
385 Dock Ellis
386 Checklist 265-396
387 Jim Spencer
388 Steve Stone
389 Tony Solaita
390 Ron Cey
391 Don DeMola
392 Bruce Bochte
393 Gary Gentry
394 Larvell Blanks
395 Bud Harrelson
396 Fred Norman
397 Bill Freehan
398 Elias Sosa
399 Terry Harmon
400 Dick Allen
401 Mike Wallace
402 Bob Tolan
403 Tom Buskey
404 Ted Sizemore
405 John Montague
406 Bob Gallagher
407 Herb Washington
408 Clyde Wright
409 Bob Robertson
410 Mike Cuellar
411 George Mitterwald
412 Bill Hands
413 Marty Pattin
414 Manny Mota
415 John Hiller
416 Larry Lintz
417 Skip Lockwood
418 Leo Foster
419 Dave Goltz
420 Larry Bowa
421 Yogi Berra
422 Brian Downing
423 Clay Kirby
424 John Lowenstein
425 Tito Fuentes
426 Doc Medich
427 Cito Gaston
428 Dave Hamilton
429 Jim Dwyer
430 Luis Tiant
431 Rod Gilbreath
432 Ken Berry
433 Larry Demery
434 Bob Locker
435 Dave Nelson
436 Ken Frailing
437 Al Cowens
438 Don Carrithers
439 Ed Brinkman
440 Andy Messersmith
441 Bob Heise
442 Maximino Leon
443 Frank Quilici
444 Gene Garber
445 Felix Millan
446 Bart Johnson
447 Terry Crowley
448 Frank Duffy
449 Charlie Williams
450 Willie McCovey
451 Rick Dempsey
452 Angel Mangual
453 Claude Osteen
454 Doug Griffin
455 Don Wilson
456 Bob Coluccio
457 Mario Mendoza
458 Ross Grimsley
459 AL Champs
460 NL Champs
461 World Series Game 1
462 World Series Game 2
463 World Series Game 3
464 World Series Game 4
465 World Series Game 5
466 World Series Summary
467 Ed Halicki
468 Bobby Mitchell
469 Tom Dettore
470 Jeff Burroughs
471 Bob Stinson
472 Bruce Dal Canton
473 Ken McMullen
474 Luke Walker
475 Darrell Evans
476 Ed Figueroa
477 Tom Hutton
478 Tom Burgmeier
479 Ken Boswell
480 Carlos May
481 Will McEnaney
482 Tom McCraw
483 Steve Ontiveros
484 Glenn Beckert
485 Sparky Lyle
486 Ray Fosse
487 Preston Gomez
488 Bill Travers
489 Cecil Cooper
490 Reggie Smith
491 Doyle Alexander
492 Richie Hebner
493 Don Stanhouse
494 Pete LaCock
495 Nelson Briles
496 Pepe Frias
497 Jim Nettles
498 Al Downing
499 Marty Perez
500 Nolan Ryan
501 Bill Robinson
502 Pat Bourque
503 Fred Stanley
504 Buddy Bradford
505 Chris Speier
506 Leron Lee
507 Tom Carroll
508 Bob Hansen
509 Dave Hilton
510 Vida Blue
511 Billy Martin
512 Larry Milbourne
513 Dick Pole
514 Jose Cruz
515 Manny Sanguillen
516 Don Hood
517 Checklist 397-528
518 Leo Cardenas
519 Jim Todd RC
520 Amos Otis
521 Dennis Blair
522 Gary Sutherland
523 Tom Paciorek
524 John Doherty
525 Tom House
526 Larry Hisle
527 Mac Scarce
528 Eddie Leon
529 Gary Thomasson
530 Gaylord Perry
531 Sparky Anderson
532 Gorman Thomas
533 Rudy Meoli
534 Alex Johnson
535 Gene Tenace
536 Bob Moose
537 Tommy Harper
538 Duffy Dyer
539 Jesse Jefferson
540 Lou Brock
541 Roger Metzger
542 Pete Broberg
543 Larry Biittner
544 Steve Mingori
545 Billy Williams
546 John Knox
547 Von Joshua
548 Charlie Sands
549 Bill Butler
550 Ralph Garr
551 Larry Christenson
552 Jack Brohamer
553 John Boccabella
554 Rich Gossage
555 Al Oliver
556 Tim Johnson
557 Larry Gura
558 Dave Roberts
559 Bob Montgomery
560 Tony Perez
561 Alvin Dark
562 Gary Nolan
563 Wilbur Howard
564 Tommy Davis
565 Joe Torre
566 Ray Burris
567 Jim Sundberg
568 Dale Murray
569 Frank White
570 Jim Wynn
571 Dave Lemanczyk
572 Roger Nelson
573 Orlando Pena
574 Tony Taylor
575 Gene Clines
576 Phil Roof
577 John Morris
578 Dave Tomlin
579 Skip Pitlock
580 Frank Robinson
581 Darrel Chaney
582 Eduardo Rodriguez
583 Andy Etchebarren
584 Mike Garman
585 Chris Chambliss
586 Tim McCarver
587 Chris Ward RC
588 Rick Auerbach
589 Clyde King MG
590 Cesar Cedeno
591 Glenn Abbott
592 Balor Moore
593 Gene Lamont
594 Jim Fuller
595 Joe Niekro
596 Ollie Brown
597 Winston Llenas
598 Bruce Kison
599 Nate Colbert
600 Rod Carew
601 Juan Beniquez
602 John Vukovich
603 Lew Krausse
604 Oscar Zamora
605 John Ellis
606 Bruce Miller
607 Jim Holt
608 Gene Michael
609 Ellie Hendricks
610 Ron Hunt
611 Bill Virdon
612 Terry Hughes
613 Bill Parsons
614 Rookie Pitchers
615 Rookie Pitchers
616 Rookie Outfielders
617 Rookie Infielders
618 Rookie Pitchers
619 Rookie Outfielders
620 Rookie Catchers-Outfielders
621 Rookie Pitchers
622 Rookie Outfielders
623 Rookie Infielders
624 Rookie Pitchers
625 Boog Powell
626 Larry Haney
627 Tom Walker
628 Ron LeFlore
629 Joe Hoerner
630 Greg Luzinski
631 Lee Lacy
632 Morris Nettles
633 Paul Casanova
634 Cy Acosta
635 Chuck Dobson
636 Charlie Moore
637 Ted Martinez
638 Jim Marshall
639 Steve Kline
640 Harmon Killebrew
641 Jim Northrup
642 Mike Phillips
643 Brent Strom
644 Bill Fahey
645 Danny Cater
646 Checklist 529-660
647 Claudell Washington
648 Dave Pagan
649 Jack Heidemann
650 Dave May
651 John Morlan
652 Lindy McDaniel
653 Lee Richard UER
654 Jerry Terrell
655 Rico Carty
656 Bill Plummer
657 Bob Oliver
658 Vic Harris
659 Bob Apodaca
660 Hank Aaron

Are old Topps baseball cards worth anything?

Yes, old Topps baseball cards can be worth ten of thousands of dollars. If you have an old Topps baseball card and would like an estimated value please email us at value@goldcardauctions.com.

Which 1975 Topps cards are worth money?

The most expensive 1975 Topps baseball card is the 1975 Topps #223 Robin Yount rookie card selling for $60,100 via eBay auctions in December of 2020.

How do I sell old baseball cards?

The best way to sell old baseball cards for beginners is selling via eBay auctions. Heritage auctions are another option for higher-end cards.

What are 1976 Topps baseball cards worth?

1976 Topps Baseball Cards can be worth $10,000 more depending on the player and grade. The 1976 Topps Nolan Ryan #330 PSA Graded 10 baseball card sold for $17,517 on 1/13/2021.

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