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Old 06-23-2018, 04:57 PM
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Mine from my childhood 1972...1975 a close second.
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My favorite pre 1980 Topps set is the 1954 set. I'm getting closer to killing my set but still will need the Aaron for a while I'm sure. All the rest should be doable though.

As for your picks, those are my two favorite sets from the 70's for sure.
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1955 Topps and 1965 Topps
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I like them simple 57 Topps 61 and my personal favorite 69. 72 I must agree was a fun set to collect as a kid.
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For me it's always going to be 1972. All of the odd players chosen for the 'In Action' subset, the trippy-looking team names, the bizarre inclusion of trophies, the vaunted high numbers and the shear volume of cards makes the album quite enjoyable to look through.
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My favorite is 1963, but my favorite from the 1970's is probably 1978. 1978 was the first set that I actually finished.
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1959. The first cards I ever owned were ‘59s and it’s my favorite for just that reason
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