12 Most Valuable 1991 Topps Stadium Club Baseball Cards

Most Valuable 1991 Topps Stadium Club Baseball Cards

When 1991 Topps Stadium Club baseball cards first hit the market, it was clear what Topps was attempting to do:

offer a premium set to compete with Upper Deck.

Remember...when Upper Deck released their debut set in 1989, they changed the hobby forever and forced Topps and other manufacturers to up their game.

And Topps answered the challenge a couple of years later with their own premium offering: the "Stadium Club" line.

By partnering with Kodak, Topps delivered beautiful full-color, borderless cards that featured high-quality images.

At 600 cards total, the Stadium Club checklist was much smaller than the regular 1991 Topps baseball card set but packed a much better design.

And in this guide, we'll take a look at the 15 most valuable.

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20 Most Valuable 1994 Upper Deck Baseball Cards

The Most Valuable 1994 Upper Deck Baseball Cards

One of the most interesting things about 1994 Upper Deck baseball cards is that they came so close to never existing at all.

At the time, Upper Deck was working to position its "Collector's Choice" brand as its primary offering while it moved to retire the "Upper Deck Baseball" line altogether.

And, the company had also been planning to use the 1994 Upper Deck Baseball design for its super-premium 1994 SP set.  

Long story short: many things had to fall into place for this set before it even made it to production...

And, today, we can look back on this set and be thankful that Upper Deck kept it as one of its product offerings.

Because, while this set is often overlooked, there are some fantastic cards within its checklist.

And, in this guide, we'll take a look at the twenty most valuable.

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20 Most Valuable 1989 Topps Football Cards

Unopened Box of 1989 Topps Football Cards

The hobby was on fire when 1989 Topps football cards first debuted on store shelves across the nation.

And the NFL continued to grow in popularity at an accelerating rate…

Stars like Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Dan Marino, and John Elway were doing things on the field that captivated fans’ attention as few players had done before.

With a growing base of football fans and collectors on the rise, Topps flooded the market with its 1989 Topps and Topps Traded sets.

And while many of their values have suffered as a consequence, some of them can fetch price tags these days that may surprise you.

And in this guide, we’ll take a look at the 20 most valuable across both sets.

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20 Most Valuable 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

Most Valuable 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

With the release of its 2021 Topps Series 1 baseball card set, the company officially celebrated the 70th anniversary of its flagship design as a staple in the hobby.

As a way to commemorate the special milestone, you'll notice Topps included a foil logo on each of its cards with a "70" above the Topps brand name.

But, Topps didn't just stop there with a commemorative logo as a way to look back...

They also included tons of great inserts that feature current and former stars on several Topps designs from years past.

Aside from the inserts and the 330-card base set in this release, you'll also find plenty of variations, parallels, autographs and memorabilia cards to keep you busy chasing.

This set quickly grew on me and I've become a huge fan.

And, in this list, I will take a look at the 20 most valuable Topps Series 1 cards in the checklist.

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