Offering rare inserts, artist autographs and more, 2022 Fleer Ultra Avengers highlights legendary characters from Marvel Comics with all-new artwork.
Highlighted by one of the best autograph checklists ever for a baseball card set, 2000 Fleer Greats of the Game Baseball looks to the game’s past. The set is also notable for having one of the first Mickey Mantle memorabilia cards.
1994 Fleer Ultra Beavis and Butthead trading cards offer a somewhat premium take on the one-time pop culture icons. The set includes 150 cards and ten Scratch ‘n Sniff inserts.
1992-93 Fleer Ultra Hockey is one of the sport’s earliest premium offerings. While it may not be worth a lot today, it features a strong design, compelling inserts and a large list of rookie cards.
1988-89 Fleer Basketball might not be one of the most attractive sets of all-time, but it boasts a potent lineup of rookie cards. John Stockton, Scottie Pippen and Reggie Miller are among those with rookies in the set.
1987-88 Fleer Basketball was initially overlooked, but the NBA release has greatly increased in value and recognition over the years. Led by key cards for Larry Bird and Michael Jordan, sealed boxes are tough to find and very expensive.
One of the most important sets in the hobby, 1986-87 Fleer Basketball is headlined by the Michael Jordan rookie card. Other key RCs include Charles Barkley, Karl Malone, Hakeem Olajuwon and Patrick Ewing.
One of the rarest mainstream sets of the decade, 1984 Fleer Update Baseball includes some of the first cards of Roger Clemens, Kirby Puckett and Dwight Gooden.
A simple look back at an amusing television show from the 1960s makes 1965 Fleer Hogan’s Heroes a fun collecting option.
1963 Fleer Baseball was ultimately a failed attempt to challenge Topps’ baseball monopoly. However, multiple Hall of Fame cards and the sole Maury Wills rookie card make it an appealing set despite the small checklist.
1961-62 Fleer Basketball is one of the greatest NBA sets the sport has ever seen. The checklist includes rookie cards of Wilt Chamberlain, Jerry West, Oscar Robertson and more.
1961 Fleer Baseball Greats features a checklist filled with retired greats. Boasting a strong design and plenty of Hall of Fame names, including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Ty Cobb, this is one of the better values of the era.
1960 Fleer Baseball Greats is one of the first sets to rely solely on retired players. Although not overly popular at the time, the checklist is nearly all Hall of Fame members and remains an affordable way to collect some of the biggest names in baseball history.
One of the most popular entertainment trading card sets of all-time, 1959 Fleer Three Stooges remains wildly popular today. The set highlights the full-color exploits of Larry, Moe and Curly.
Taking full advantage of its exclusive deal with the Red Sox legend, 1959 Fleer Ted Williams Baseball represents something of a cardboard biography. From his play on the field to his upbringing off of it, the set is all things Ted Williams.