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1964 Topps Giants Baseball Cards

1964 Topps Giants Baseball Cards

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1964 Topps Giants Baseball is one of the most affordable card sets of the era.

Featuring a slew of superstars and an attractive oversized design, many consider this release to be a bargain.

1964 Topps Giants Baseball Set Details

The 60-card 1964 Topps Giants Baseball checklist is highlighted by all-time hobby favorites like Mickey Mantle, Sandy Koufax, Willie Mays, Roberto Clemente and Hank Aaron. Building a set remains a reasonable task with such a small number of cards, especially when factoring in the prices. Even though a handful of short prints make sets a bit more of a challenge, supply is plentiful enough that they're not out of reach.

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1964 Topps Giants Baseball cards measure 3 1/8" by 5 1/4". Card fronts have a simple design. The larger format makes for big, posed player photos. Beyond that, fronts have very few design elements. Pictures have a small white border. A baseball icon at the bottom has the player's name position and team.

Card backs resemble a newspaper clipping. They have a headline, another photo, and a write-up of a career accomplishment.

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Set Checklist

1964 Topps Giants Baseball Checklist



Base Set Checklist

60 cards.

1 Gary Peters - Chicago White Sox
2 Ken Johnson - Houston Colt .45s
3 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers SP
4 Bob Bailey - Pittsburgh Pirates
5 Milt Pappas - Baltimore Orioles
6 Ron Hunt - New York Mets
7 Whitey Ford - New York Yankees
8 Roy McMillan - New York Mets
9 Rocky Colavito - Kansas City Athletics
10 Jim Bunning - Philadelphia Phillies
11 Bob Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
12 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
13 Nellie Fox - Houston Colt .45s
14 Tony Gonzalez - Philadelphia Phillies
15 Jim Gentile - Kansas City Athletics
16 Dean Chance - Los Angeles Angels
17 Dick Ellsworth - Chicago Cubs
18 Jim Fregosi - Los Angeles Angels
19 Dick Groat - St. Louis Cardinals
20 Chuck Hinton - Washington Senators
21 Elston Howard - New York Yankees
22 Dick Farrell - Houston Colt .45s
23 Albie Pearson - Los Angeles Angels
24 Frank Howard - Los Angeles Dodgers
25 Mickey Mantle - New York Yankees
26 Joe Torre - Milwaukee Braves
27 Ed Brinkman - Washington Senators
28 Bob Friend - Pittsburgh Pirates SP
29 Frank Robinson - Cincinnati Reds
30 Bill Freehan - Detroit Tigers
31 Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
32 Camilo Pascual - Minnesota Twins
33 Pete Ward - Chicago White Sox
34 Jim Maloney - Cincinnati Reds
35 Dave Wickersham - Detroit Tigers
36 Johnny Callison - Philadelphia Phillies
37 Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
38 Harmon Killebrew - Minnesota Twins
39 Luis Aparicio - Baltimore Orioles
40 Dick Radatz - Boston Red Sox
41 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
42 Dick Stuart - Boston Red Sox SP
43 Tommy Davis - Los Angeles Dodgers
44 Tony Oliva - Minnesota Twins
45 Wayne Causey - Kansas City Athletics SP
46 Max Alvis - Cleveland Indians
47 Galen Cisco - New York Mets SP
48 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
49 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
50 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
51 Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants SP
52 Billy Williams - Chicago Cubs
53 Juan Pizarro - Chicago White Sox
54 Leon Wagner - Cleveland Indians
55 Orlando Cepeda - San Francisco Giants
56 Vada Pinson - Cincinnati Reds
57 Ken Boyer - St. Louis Cardinals
58 Ron Santo - Chicago Cubs
59 John Romano - Cleveland Indians
60 Bill Skowron - Washington Senators SP


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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

User Reviews

Keith Pennington
Keith Pennington

Fantastic set. However, as some uncut sheets have appeared, it seems as though the short prints are not short prints at all. The Mantle was triple printed as well.

Roger Ponds
Roger Ponds

The 1964 Topps Giant Baseball (also called 1964 Topps Super Baseball) card set is a great-looking set. I bought the 1964 Topps Giant set (all 60 cards) for just $3 in 1975 from The Sport Hobbyist, a mail order firm based in Detroit, that used to advertise in various baseball magazines back in the 1970’s. Of course, old baseball cards were a lot cheaper back then. This 1964 set was actually the first set that I acquired, long before I put together or bought other sets later on.

Joe Ahearn
Joe Ahearn

I just recently started collecting this set. The photos are really great and have a bunch of them autographed. Wish I had started a few years earlier. Having fun with it! :)

Steven Rose
Steven Rose

Nice to have a small set size that boasts such a great list of Hall of Famers. The short-prints add a bit of challenge since they are truly scarce (about 1 out of every 40 normal cards). Great photography too puts this set towards the top of of great sets in the 1960s.

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