My 1975 Topps Checklist Is Ready. It’s Time To Go, Go, Go!!!
Finally, I am ready to begin this process.
Let’s consider this my first official post for my new ‘1975 Topps Set Build’.
I’ve pulled 11 ‘spare’ cards from some of the player collections I have put together over the last six years to give myself a slight head start in this process. And I also have a nice 75-card lot of cards in transit to me that should be delivered on Monday (according to the USPS tracking details).
So, all that is left is to log the cards into my checklist, scan the cards, and get to blogging!
My goal is to feature each card individually on the blog – some days will feature one card, other days will feature many, and some will feature none. But no matter how you slice it, I will be making the 1975 Topps Set Build a huge part of my blog for the foreseeable future.
And I have also done a little homework as to how I want to show off these cards. Sure, I will add a nice ’30-YOC’ flair to the posts, but I absolutely took inspiration from some of my favorite set builders like Night Owl, Brandon, ChuckNeo, and UnlceMoe.
Also, I have added a new tab on the top of my homepage that takes you right to my checklist. I will do my best to keep this as accurate as possible with the goal of orchestrating some trades to help me add more cards to the set. If you have any spare cards from the 1975 Topps set sitting around that are not major parts of your collection, hit me up and let’s see if we can work something out.
Lastly, I have decided to store my set in an album. This is a bit of a departure for me, but I think that this is the best way to go. It will allow for me to remain organized while also giving me the ability to check out all of the bright and funky color combinations that make up this historic baseball card set.