In 1951, Topps entered the card industry by producing two card-sets that allowed players to simulate actual baseball games. These cards more closely resembled traditional playing cards and the sets were limited to only 52 cards each. In 1952, Topps released one of the most beloved sets in the hobby, which unofficially set the standards for card sets that followed.
The 1952 Topps baseball card set is known for being packaged with bubble gum, it’s iconic color portrait imagery and the incorporation of statistics onto the backs of the cards. The centerpiece of the set is the legendary Mickey Mantle (#311). Other notable cards include Jackie Robinson (#312), Willie Mays (#261) and Ed Matthews (#407).
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