Thursday, June 16, 2016

Hot Dogs, Gum, Cereal, and Milk Duds

Apparently, without unhealthy food, our card collections wouldn't be very good.

1964 Kahn's Wieners Tommy Harper. Probably the best color I've seen on any 60's set. I need more than the two from this set that I have.

1953 Bowman Black and White Rocky Bridges. Less colorful than the Harper, but sweet nonetheless.

1971 Kellogg's Pete Rose. Somehow, this is my first from the '71 Kellogg's set. Roses are usually the last cards I acquire for vintage sets.

1971 Milk Duds Bobby Tolan. I had never seen this set before. It's not terribly exciting, but I love it anyway. These constituted one full side of a Milk Duds box, so the box edges made them easy to remove. Also, Milk Duds are very tasty.

Go Reds.


  1. The Tolan is unique. Not many horizontal cards in the Milk duds set.

  2. I love the holy hell out of Milk Duds, and I've got my first Milk Duds card coming to me from COMC in the next couple of weeks. Love the Tolan, and that Tommy Harper is a thing of absolute beauty. Must get at least one card from that set.