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1956 Topps NFL Football set
1. 1956 Topps NFL Football set 
1956 Topps Football is the company's first officially licensed NFL trading card product. This came as a result of the acquisition of their long-time competitor Bowman. This inaugural release was the start of an annual issue of Topps NFL football cards that continues today. It was printed in a single series of 120, though all the players (and team cards) from the Washington Redskins and Chicago Cardinals were short-printed, and are considered scarce as they were printed in much smaller quantities than other cards in the set. There is also an unnumbered checklist, as well as 5 contest cards that were included in packs (I have the checklist card). My raw set would grade about Ex/Mt to Nm.
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1957 Topps NFL Football set
2. 1957 Topps NFL Football set 
The 1957 Topps Football card set is incredibly popular with collectors due to the fact that it is loaded with stars and rookies of future Hall of Fame players. Of the 154 total cards, 31 of the players on the checklist have been inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame. Key 1957 Topps Football rookie cards are Bart Starr (#119), Johnny Unitas (#138) and Paul Hornung (#151). Other major players appearing for the first time include Dick "Night Train" Lane (#85), Tommy McDonald (#124), Raymond Berry (#94) and Earl Morrall (#104). Missing from the set are a handful of future Hall of Famers, most notably Len Dawson and Jim Brown (though I have included a custom card of Brown at the bottom of the page). Printed in two separate series, the first contains 88 cards, with the second series having 66. It is said that 22 cards in the second series were double-printed to fill out the printing page, one of those cards, number 138, is the rookie card of Johnny Unitas. Generally, high-number cards are a little harder to find than low numbers and, therefore, command a slight premium. My raw set would grade about Ex+ or so.
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1958 Topps NFL Football set
3. 1958 Topps NFL Football set 
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1959 Topps NFL Football set
4. 1959 Topps NFL Football set 
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1960 Topps NFL Football set
5. 1960 Topps NFL Football set 
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1961 Topps NFL/AFL Football set
6. 1961 Topps NFL/AFL Football set 
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1962 Topps NFL Football set
7. 1962 Topps NFL Football set 
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1960 Fleer AFL Football set
8. 1960 Fleer AFL Football set 
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1962 Fleer AFL Football set
9. 1962 Fleer AFL Football set 
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1963 Fleer AFL Football set
10. 1963 Fleer AFL Football set 
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1961 Fleer  AFL/NFL Football set
11. 1961 Fleer  AFL/NFL Football set 
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1967 Topps AFL Football set
12. 1967 Topps AFL Football set 
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1966 Topps AFL Football set
13. 1966 Topps AFL Football set 
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1964 Topps AFL Football set
14. 1964 Topps AFL Football set 
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1963 Topps Football set
15. 1963 Topps Football set 
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