of bubble blowing.
As far as I can tell it started with this card.
1973 Topps Mercury Morris
Just a year ago I thought this card was first.
1974 Topps Ken Reitz
I look at a lot of cards. I "volunteer" at a local card shop and in exchange for sorting, making sets,
taking cards out of binders and other jobs I get to keep some cards. My bubble collection includes cards from all sports. The card below is the first card not from Topps.
1975 SSPC Lou Piniella
Future posts will include more bubble blowing history, as well as, some other of my card passions.
They are Sunset cards, HOF'er's, and mini collections of American Flags, Guest appearances of HOF'ers on other player cards, footballs on baseball cards, die cut cards and others.
Some of my recent trade partners are Nick(Dime Box), Kerry(Cards on Cards), Bo, Tom and others.
I appreciate your shout outs on your blogs. I have lots of cards to trade. Please contact me about trades and add me to Blog lists.
Welcome to the blogging community! I'm looking forward to reading your posts, and I'll promote your blog on mine!ReplyDelete
I collect 'bubble' cards too, but pretty casually in that when I find one, I just set it aside. Recently I saw some prices on a 'bubble' insert set from Opening Day a few years back. Uggh.ReplyDelete
Anyhow, looking forward to see if you have found any 'bubble' cards from the NHL...
Welcome to the blogging community! will add you to my blogroll!ReplyDelete