A lot of people collect autographed sports cards, and their popularity is rising. Modern card collectors can get signed cards in packs, but vintage cards require getting the card signed in person (or through the mail) and then, likely, getting that card and signature authenticated.
I recently looked through some auction archives and came across this incredible 1968 Topps #490 Super Stars card signed by Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, and Harmon Killebrew.
It got me wondering what other cool multi-player signed cards were available. Here are 11 more cards you might consider adding to your collection, in addition to that incredible 1968 Super Stars card.
1957 Topps #407 Yankees’ Power Hitters Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra
1963 Topps #242 Power Plus Ernie Banks and Hank Aaron
1954 Topps #139 Ed and John O’Brien
1978 Topps #707 Rookie Shortstops Mickey Klutts, Paul Molitor, Alan Trammel, and U.L. Washington
1963 Topps #1 National League Batting Leaders Frank Robinson, Stan Musial, Tommy Davis, Bill White, and Hank Aaron
1958 Topps #436 Rival Fence Busters Willie Mays and Duke Snider
1991 Upper Deck #35 Aerial Threats Joe Montana and Jerry Rice
1972 Topps #176 NBA Assists Leaders Len Wilkens, Jerry West, an Nate Archibald
1980 Topps Larry Bird, Julius Erving, and Magic Johnson
1988 Donruss #625 Cal Ripken Jr, Cal Ripken Sr, and Billy Ripken
1979 Topps #2 NHL Assist Leaders Brian Trottier, Guy Lafleur, Marcel Dionne, and Bob MacMillan
Do you have any other suggestions? Let me know in the comments below.
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