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1967 Topps Wacky Packages Trading Cards

1967 Topps Wacky Packages Trading Cards

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The original Wacky Packages did not enjoy the same early success as many of the subsequent releases, despite sharing the same basic concept. However, over time, the release has become very valuable due to the significance of being the very first Wacky Packages. 1967 Topps Wacky Packages sticker cards were released in both 1967 and 1968. The playful cards parody popular household items in clever, and sometimes gross, ways. The cards come in packs of five and also include a stick of gum.

Although they are considered to be die-cut stickers, the cards were actually punch-outs, with gummed glue on the back, so the cards could be moistened and applied to surfaces like a stamp. This short-lived format was abandoned for the 1973 Topps Wacky Packages 1st Series, where Topps moved on to the peel-and-stick cards.

Originally, the full checklist included 44 cards, but legal issues resulted in the replacement of several cards during the active print run. All totaled, 12 number variation cards were added, bringing the complete checklist to 56 cards. Several cards are considerably more rare because they were only printed for a short period before being replaced. The rarest cards include Jolly Mean Giant (#21),  Ratz Crackers (#32), and Cracked Animals (#38). 30 of the subjects from 1967 Topps Wacky Packages were used in the 1973 release

More recently, Topps offered the original art for Band-Ache (#24) with an asking price of $1 million.

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Set Checklist

1967 Topps Wacky Packages Die-Cut Stickers Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

44 cards.

1 Boredome's
2 Fearstone
3 Vicejoy
4 Camals
5 Campy
6 Slum Maid
7 Spray Nit
8 Lavirus
9 Paul Maul
10 Dopey Whip
11 Cracked Jerk
12 Crust
13 Kook-Aid
14 Alcohol Seltzer
15 Demented Tomatoes
16 Pure Hex
17 Weakies
18 Schmutz
19 Minute Lice
20 Gadzooka
21 Moron Salt
22 Liptorn
23 Muller Beer
24 Band-Ache
25 Chock Full of Nuts and Bolts
26 Tied
27 Mrs Klean
28 Breadcrust
29 Cover Ghoul
30 Horrid
31 Jail-O
32 Ratz Crackers
33 Grave Train
34 Duzn't
35 Fink
36 Maddie Boy
37 Coronation
38 Cracked Animals
39 Hostage
40 Mutts
41 6-Up
42 Skimpy
43 Jolly Mean Giant
44 Quacker Oats
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Base Number Variations Set Checklist

12 cards.
Card #21 was replaced two times.

2 Duzn't
5 Chock Full of Nuts and Bolts
6 Grave Train
15 Skimpy
18 Quacker Oats
21 Jolly Mean Giant
21 Maddie Boy
23 6 Up
32 Weakies
37 Breadcrust
38 Cracked Jerk
43 Maddie Boy

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Trey is a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options.

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William Kreutzer
William Kreutzer

Just wondering how many wacky packages chrome variation cards were made? Are some more rarer than others? Can anybody answer these questions?

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

William Kreutzer We’ve got a full checklist posted here: http://www.cardboardconnection.com/2014-topps-wacky-packages-chrome-trading-cards

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