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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