Baseball Card Team Sets
I am very happy to be offering Baseball
Team Sets for sale from the very popular 1976 Topps Baseball Set.
These cards are in remarkable condition for being over 37 years old (solid
EX+ to Near Mint condition) and as good as your going to find outside of a
complete Mint team set.
Before ordering, please review this page so you are aware of a few items
regarding the team sets.
Pictures, teams and prices listed under the FAQ below.
Team Set Card Condition
All of my 1976 Topps Baseball Team Sets that I have for sale consist of
cards that are in Ex+ to NrMt condition. Most team sets will be
split 50/50 on this type of conditioning. All Team Checklists are
unmarked and in NrMt condition. The corners on 85% of all cards are
sharp and show no signs of wear. The common types of flaws that you
may find on some of the cards are the following: Off-centering,
rough edges and print marks, which are typical from the Topps issued cards
of the 70's. The cards have clean fronts and backs, no wax stains
In the team lists at the bottom of the page, you can
click on the team you are interested in to see the cards that are in the
team set and a good idea of the condition of the cards you are getting.
If you want to see cards in a closer view, I can accommodate your
request. Just let me know and I will get pictures in a closer view
and place them on my preview pictures page. Remember,
you are the one purchasing the cards and I want you to be happy with your
purchase from me. What you see is what you get.
Cards that are not included with
the Team Sets
There are several types of cards from the 1976 Topps Set
that are not included in the team sets. These include the
following subset cards:
Father & Son Cards (#66-70)
because the Fathers and Sons both played for different Teams.
The League Leader Cards (#191-205)
because each card lists 2 players that played for different teams...
And Most Importantly .......
The Rookie Cards Position Player Cards (#589-599)
They have 4 Players from different team listed on them. But they
also show up on the Team Card Checklist!
As you can see, Bob McClure of the Royals is included on the Team
Card checklist, but is on a card (#599) that features Rookie Cards from 3
other teams. Thus, Rookie Cards will not be included with the
team set as I cannot divide one card into 4 team sets. Please be
aware of this before you purchase your 1976 Topps Team Set.
Note: Playoff and World Series cards that feature the game winning
team on the card will go into the winning team's team set.
Example: The set features 7 World Series cards for a 7 game series.
The team that won the 4 games will get those cards in their team set and
the other team that won 3 games will get those game winning cards in their
All team sets are sent in a 35 count
plastic case as shown below.
The following team sets are currently available for
1976 Topps Baseball and their price.
RED have been sold)
Click on your team for a view of the cards in the
team set! (Picture will appear in new window)
Atlanta Braves ($12.50),
Montreal Expos ($10), New York Mets ($15),
Philadelphia Phillies ($27)
Houston Astros ($11),
Milwaukee Brewers ($35),
Chicago Cubs ($15)
Los Angeles Dodgers ($17.50),
San Francisco Giants ($11),
Baltimore Orioles ($20),
Boston Red Sox ($35),
New York Yankees ($35),
Cleveland Indians ($20),
Detroit Tigers ($17.50),
Kansas City Royals ($30),
Minnesota Twins ($17.50),
Chicago White Sox ($12)
California Angels ($25),
Oakland A's ($20),
Texas Rangers ($12.50)
Here are some of the 1976 Topps Star Cards from the
Team Sets for closer inspection.
Dennis Eckersly (RC)
Red Sox Stars
Note: The cards in the pictures are the actual cards you will get.
They do not have "www.chuckscards.com"
printed on them. This is just a watermark for the photographs to
prevent a few bad apples from trying to link to my pictures while claiming
them as their own.
To Place an Order
Pick any 5 team sets, you pay for 4 and the 5th one (the least expensive
of the 5) is free! You can mix and match different teams and different