|Lou Brock and Willie Mays.|
I have a couple of other Lou Brock cards from when he was playing, from the end of his career. As I've said before, finding cards from Hall-of-Famers at the end of their careers was a strategy I had to get some of those players into my collection in an affordable way. It didn't work for every Hall-of-Famer, though, and this is my only Willie Mays card from when he was playing. I will seek to remedy that -- there is a Willie Mays card (1960 Topps) on the PSA-graded part of my want list. Other than this, the other Willie Mays cards I have are what I would call nostalgia cards, like Pacific Legends, or Hygrade All-Time Greats, or Baseball Immortals.
I really like these cards despite the roughness of the cutting, the lack of logos, and the many creases. That's partly because of the relative obscurity of the set, and also because I got a good deal on them. As for the obscurity, I really had no idea for quite some time what these cards were. Eventually, I got a book, the Great Book of Baseball Cards. I looked and looked, and eventually I found a couple of pictures and a description of the black frame with yellow border in the 1969 Nabisco Team Flakes page of the book. This was what research was like in the old days.