The L.a. Dodgers Ultimate Team Collection is a 41-year package of collector’s Topps baseball cards depicting Los Angeles Dodgers athletes from 1977 to 2017.
Buy Dodgers baseball cards with each Topps standard issue baseball card is included, multi-player baseball cards including Top Scorers, World Championships, Future Superstars, and all-freshman cards from those in the Topps Debut catalog.
Inside the L.a. Dodgers Baseball Card Team Sets
Take a glance at Terrific Major Star baseball cards of players like Clayton Kershaw, Cody Bellinger, Corey Seager, Kevin Brown, Shawn Green, Eric Karros, Hideo Nomo, Matt Kemp, Adrian Gonzalez, Hanley Ramirez, Andre Ethier, Russell Martin, Chad Billingsley, Eric Gagne, Rafael Furcal, Kazuhisa Bill Mueller, J.D. Drew, Cesar Izturis, and Gary Sheffield.
Legacy from New York to Los Angeles
Though the Dodgers are currently based in Los Angeles, their legacy, reputation, and collectability date back to when they were found in Brooklyn.
- The Dodgers, with its biggest rival, the New York Giants (now the San Francisco Giants), were attracted to the West Coast in 1957.
Remnants of their time in Brooklyn, one of the most fashionable places in the United States, became extremely popular almost quickly after they left.
N172 Old Judge is the world’s most extensive and complex classic baseball card series (1887 to 1890)
The N172 Old Judge cards are widely considered the most valuable baseball cards ever made.
- This Old Judge collection, published by Goodwin & Company during 1887 and 1890, has twenty-seven distinct Hall of Famers.
Cap Anson, Charles Comiskey, Bid McPhee, Pud Galvin, John Carlson, King Kelly, Buck Ewing, Connie Mack, and Kid Nichols are among the 19th-century luminaries featured in the series.
Goodwin & Company Threw Out all the Barricades
- To boost sales of its Old Judge cigarettes
There are an astonishing number of variations for the five hundred or more subjects.
- To accomplish a Historic Judge set, you’d need nearly 3,000 different versions. Uncatalogued samples are still being discovered to this day.
- The backs of the cards are blank, but the fronts are sepia-toned.
The photography is crude by today’s technology standards, but for 19th-century baseball enthusiasts, the Old Judge set will be the gold standard.
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