COMC has been a great resource for me as I plug away at older sets. These days, I’m filling the gaps on some football sets that I didn’t have – 1968-1971 Topps. COMC dealers usually have good prices, predictably liftable offers (that’s the old options trader in me – bids get hit, offers get lifted/taken). All in all I’ve been very happy with COMC, especially since they feed my occasional need for cheap autographed cards.
While searching for a 1968 Jack Kemp, a card I have that is in need of upgrading, I came across this:
Wow! Frequent readers know I’m all over Kellogg’s 3-D cards, and while I don’t have any 1968 Topps 3-D cards, with no intentions of getting any based on prices, I quickly discovered that this was an insert set of 15 cards from the 2012 Topps Archives issue and pretty cheap. I bought all the cards on COMC for around $15 a little less expensive than I saw on eBay.
They’re wonderful cards, sized the same as the 1968’s, though not blank backed.
Like Topps Archives, the checklist is a nice mix of current stars and all-time greats.
Go grab some. I’ve been looking at them over and over again.
One last football note: Topps missed out politically, by not having 1968 cards of these two: