10 Most Valuable 1980 Topps Football Cards

Most Valuable 1980 Topps Football Cards

While it may not be the most popular football card sets ever produced, Topps did its best to deliver a decent product with its 1980 Topps football cards.

You won't see any team logos anywhere since Topps still had to airbrush them out due to a lack of a proper licensing agreement, but you will see some decent imagery of the biggest stars of the era.

The checklist may be lacking in Hall of Fame rookie cards, but there are still some great first-year cards of other NFL greats as we'll soon cover.

Whether you love or hate this set, many cards within it can still be worth quite a bit in top condition.

And in this guide, I'll run through the ten most valuable in the set.

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1977 Topps Dale Murphy Rookie Card: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

Dale Murphy Rookie Card Collectors Guide

The Dale Murphy rookie card is one of the biggest rookie cards of the 1970s despite his omission from the Hall of Fame.

Simply put, Murphy is one of the most beloved players of his era and the value of this card proves it.

Known as a clean-cut guy, Murphy was one of the biggest stars of the 1980s making the All-Star team seven times, being named league MVP twice, and bringing so much joy to Braves fans everywhere.

In this guide, we take a detailed look at his rookie card and cover everything you need to know before buying or selling.

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Oscar Robertson Basketball Cards: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

Most Valuable Oscar Robertson Basketball Cards

Because he was one of the greatest basketball players and athletes of all-time, Oscar Robertson basketball cards are some of the most coveted in the hobby.

While Robertson was an incredible scoring threat, what made him unique was his complete style of play as he was also a fantastic rebounder and passer.

As proof, in 1962 he became the first player in NBA history to average a triple-double after tallying 30.8 points, 12.5 rebounds and 11.4 assists per game.

Because of his status as a basketball icon, his cards are among the keys in every set in which he appeared.

And, in this guide, I take a look at some of the Big O's top mainstream and oddball issues in the hobby.

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10 Most Valuable 1992 Donruss Baseball Cards

Unopened Box of 1992 Donruss Baseball Cards

Turning things up a notch, the 1992 Donruss baseball card set hit store shelves with some of the finest player photography packed within foil wrappers that you could find.

And those player images weren’t held to just the card fronts…

Donruss also improved the design of the backs of their cards that year as they ditched their standard text-only design we’d grown accustomed to and included color headshots, too.

Overall, it’s one of the best-looking sets of the era and contains a great checklist with many stars and Hall of Famers.

And in this guide, I’ll run through the ten most valuable.

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