Earlier, we looked at the 1950s. On to the next decade as we examine the Population Report to find out which NFL-centric Topps and Philadelphia Gum sets have yielded the fewest NM/MT cards.
A Michigan family was cleaning out an old farmhouse and accidentally stumbled across a long-sought after collection of football cards worth thousands of dollars and considered perhaps the rarest such collection in history. The set is highlighted by an “anonymous” card of former Harvard football player John Dunlop, which was first issued in 1894.
The Dunlop card alone is reportedly worth $10,000, according to Lou Brown, president of Legends Sports and Games. “If it was in the right condition, it could be worth up to $60,000,” Brown told Yahoo! News in a phone interview.
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