There's no questioning the significance of 1980 Topps baseball cards in hobby history.
This set marked the end of an era in which Topps was the only mainstream company with the MLB's blessing to print baseball cards.
The legal system would clear the way for Donruss and Fleer to enter the market in 1981, sparking a ramp-up in competition that led to an overheated decade of baseball card production.
For one more year, at least, Topps was the only game in town in 1980.
And they delivered a great set with many stars and Hall of Famers...and one of the biggest rookie cards of the 1980s.
In this guide, I will cover the 15 most valuable in the set.
Let's jump right in...