First; A 1976 Topps #148, the oldest Walter Payton in my collection. It's quite beat-up. Probably because I was 9 or 10 when I got it.
Second; My favorite player growing up. 1979 Topps #390. Earl Campbell was a bruiser. My brother was a Steelers fan, so that meant I couldn't be one. I hadn't really became a Lions fan yet, so The Oilers were my team. Why? Earl!
Third; One of the older cards in my collection. A 1968 Topps #181. Hall-of-Famer Bob Lilly. The card is very well centered with no creases and sharp corners. I must have got this later in life.
Lastly; 1982 Topps #486 Ronnie Lott rookie card. I really like the 1982 Topps set. The helmet, and the pennant at the bottom look great.
Shout-Out to Lonestar... I would like to deal for that 2006 Johan auto you mentioned.
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