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.
Let's jump right in!