Vintage Topps Sports Card Wrappers: Coming to a Wall Near You

Vintage Topps Sports Card Wrappers: Coming to a Wall Near You

Thursday morning marked the launch of a new line of giant wall decorations that feature the designs of vintage Topps sports card products. The new products, which were released by LTL Prints, feature various classic wax pack designs produced for Topps Baseball, Basketball, Football, and Hockey card products over the last 60 years.

LTL 1975 Topps Football GraphicLTL premium wall graphics are available in a range of customer-selected sizes which range from laptop-sized up to seven feet tall. They are self-adhesive and can stick to walls, windows, ceilings, and many other surfaces. The graphics can be removed and re-hung 100 times without damaging or leaving a mark on a wall. Prices for the graphics, which can be purchased on the LTL PRINTS website, range from as little as $14.95 to as much as $149.95 depending on the size of the graphic.

"LTL PRINTS has created a collection of larger-than-lifesize wall graphics featuring classic wrapper designs from the last 60 years of sports cards produced by the Topps Company," according to John Doffing, VP Marketing at LTL PRINTS. "Today we launched premium wall graphics featuring baseball, basketball, football, and hockey card wrappers from the 1950s, the 1960s, the 1970s, the 1980s, and the 1990s, and the designs and graphics are absolutely astounding."

"We are extremely excited to be partnering with LTL PRINTS to create larger than life-size versions of these classic graphics,' added Eric Liebler, Global Brand Licensing and Development for Topps. "These iconic sports card wrapper designs look great when they are seven feet tall on your wall, and are now available to baseball, basketball, football, and hockey fans everywhere!"

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Mike Smeth is the CEO and Founder of The Cardboard Connection. After collecting baseball cards as a child, he took a 12-year hiatus from the hobby. One muggy summer day in 2006 he unexpectedly came across his childhood card collection while packing up for a move. He began sorting through them so he could sell them on Craigslist. Somewhere between the 3rd and 4th box, he rediscovered his passion for collecting and hasn't looked back since. You can find Mike on Google+ and Twitter @mikesmethcc.

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