1987 Topps

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Nov. 10, 2018 - 12:49PM
BOBSCARDZ

All of my wax bottom cards are in 2 card panels

Jun. 23, 2018 - 4:29PM
JeremyFB

1987 Topps Baseball were the first packs I remember opening. I had been mowing a few of my neighbor's yards and delivering newspapers around my home town for a steady income that supported my moon pie and soda pop urges when the dime store started stocking these wood-toned beauties. After opening a few packs looking for the hot rookies with the golden cup I was hooked. I will forever be a collector thanks to the 1987 Topps Baseball Series.

Jun. 21, 2018 - 10:48AM
wallerdc

I was gifted a ton of my friend's duplicates of this 1987 Topps set. While not the best looking cards, it sparks a fond memory of my childhood.

May. 22, 2018 - 9:20AM
norgeva

This is the ugliest and most unoriginal Topps card design of the 80's. I remember first seeing it and thinking the marketing staff was really lazy that year and stole the 68' card design.

Apr. 12, 2018 - 7:26AM
kota5

This is the first set I remember being with my parents when the cards were purchased. I love the wood grain frame. This is one set I will need to get the full set of even though I didn't have a whole lot of them.

Aug. 31, 2017 - 12:38PM
Nevatt25

This was the first set that I started collecting as a kid. Beautiful wood grain borders. They were pretty and plentiful at a very nice price. A very valuable lesson surrounding this for me. I was a poor kid and made a poor decision to stick some in my pocket without paying. The first and only time that I have ever stole anything. When I got home and was opening them, my dad asked me where I got them. I told them that I got them at the store. He asked where I got the money...uh, uh,...He wore my tail out, loaded me up in the car, took me to the store and made me go in and apologize with tears streaming down my face. Lesson learned!

Jan. 26, 2016 - 6:28PM
bigbob8188

A great set, and how could it not be...A Barry Bonds RC and a Bo Jackson RC all in the same set...Nice...Not one of the first sets I collected, that honor goes to the 1978 Topps baseball set, but it is the one that started me on my serious collecting journey (Thanks Kevin, you're the man...) It got an 8 from me only because of the over production, but otherwise a nice, fresh look from Topps. I like the "wooden" borders...

Oct. 11, 2015 - 12:05AM
RoundtheDiamond87

This is a classic must-have set for those that consider themselves Topps baseball card collectors, regardless of overproduction and deflated book values from this era.

They're affordable, so rip open some wax/cello/rack/jumbo packs, break the seal on some boxes, or empty some factory sets. Upgrade your existing sets, spread them around, or burn them.


Edited on: Nov. 10, 2015 - 5:32PM

May. 30, 2015 - 9:00PM
tex27

the set that is responsible for me collecting. it will be difficult for me to ever love a set more than this one.

Apr. 15, 2015 - 9:18AM
brianferguson4576

As with many, this was the first set I collected as a kid. Love the design. I remember that everyone thought these would pay for college one day!

Starting a card collection with my son and we bought two boxes of this the other day. Collation is as terrible as I remember! 79 cards short. Oh well, I'm sure we'll be able to find them somewhere. Great trip down memory lane.

Mar. 26, 2015 - 11:24AM
SoxFan70

I remember a friend calling me in jan 1987 telling me he got some packs of new 87 topps in Chicago and they have wood designs on them. I flew over to his house and was in awe at how cool they lookedI no exactly a valuable set but still one of my favorites!i couldn't wait till the suburbs got some packs so I could tear into my own

Dec. 28, 2014 - 9:36PM
Dennis Mann

The very first set I remember opening was a 1987 Topps team set Milwaukee Brewers. I lived in SoCal and my roommate; from Wisconsin, was a huge Brewers fan. Also, Paul Molitor was on a hitting streak (if I remember right) and his name was all over the sports news at the time. Anyway, my roomy got us tickets to a Brewers v Angels game. That's where I bought the souvenir team set which started my entire baseball card hobby/collecting.

Jul. 15, 2014 - 11:59PM
bellmvp

I always thought this year was cool because the design wasn't as tacky as some other ones around the same time period. However, it seemed that overall in the early 90's the quality most noticeably the durability improved.

Feb. 10, 2014 - 4:47PM
cardinal4

The first pack I ever opened was from this set. I had collected before then, but my other cards I had bought individually. This really got me hooked though because the first three cards were a Barry Bonds rookie, a Bo Jackson Rookie, and an Ozzie Smith (one of my all time favorites).

Jul. 3, 2013 - 10:13AM
chr5399

First cards I collected, first pack I ever opened. Still my all-time favorite card design. Still love opening packs of these cards...

Feb. 19, 2013 - 12:39AM
bronzetiger

This was my first set ever. I have bought it a few times over the years. going to weekly auctions and card stores working to complete it, and on his 10th birthday we did. So now we both count it as our first set.

I love this set, but like the 71 Topps set with the black edge, it's extremely condition sensitive, which is why it took so long to get a set for my son in VF condition.

May. 27, 2012 - 8:42AM
Shane715

This was my introduction to baseball cards, and my all time favorite set. Great design that has aged extremely well, a bit reminiscent of the 1962 Topps set.
Lots of highly desirable cards in it's time, but sadly it was way over produced and really hurt its value.

Feb. 20, 2012 - 7:54PM
MasterB

This set is the first pack of baseball cards I opened.

Jun. 29, 2009 - 1:39PM
Ryan

Great set, lots of great cards. Several rookies, and future stars.

  

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