Hank Aaron is one of baseball's most cherished icons. Although the record books say he's second on the all-time home run list, many still put him at the top, at least in their hearts. Vintage Topps Hank Aaron cards are one of the easiest ways to recreate the slugger's career. And outside of extremely high-grade copies and his 1954 Topps rookie card, building a full run isn't all that expensive.
As you can see, many Topps Hank Aaron cards were produced during his days as a player. At the same time, Aaron appeared on various inserts, premiums and oddball cards as well. However, it's the base Topps Hank Aaron cards that hold a special place in most vintage collections. While the number of vintage cards may seem like a lot, that's nothing when you include his modern cards that have come out primarily in the last 20 years. The number of total Hank Aaron cards runs well into the thousands. Now tracking down those vintage cards doesn't seem so daunting. That number drops significantly for those who focus strictly on Aaron's main player cards and leave out the subsets cards like League Leaders and All-Stars.
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Below you can check out all the Topps Hank Aaron cards released between 1954 and 1976. We've limited it to just his main issue cards and left out Bowman as well as the inserts, premiums and similar international issues like Venezuelan and O-Pee-Chee.
Visual Topps Hank Aaron Cards Checklist Gallery: 1954-1976
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1963 Topps #3 NL Home Run Leaders (Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Frank Robinson, Ernie Banks, Orlando Cepeda)