1960s Topps

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Despite a brief attempt by Fleer to sign baseball players in 1963, Topps continued its reign as the only major baseball card manufacturer in the United States. On the other hand Football had more than one professional league in operation, allowing for competing companies to co-exist by producing a major national set for each league. Topps was able to produce National Football League sets from 1960 to 1963 while Fleer issued American Football League sets. Topps then began producing AFL sets from 1964 to 1967 while Philadelphia Gum issued NFL sets. Production of CFL sets which began in 1958 continued until 1965. O-Pee-Chee then began producing CFL sets in 1968. Hockey provided still another arrangement. Topps was issuing hockey cards of only the U.S. based teams of the Original Six National Hockey League teams leaving Parkhurst of Canada to issue cards of the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Parkhurst eventually left the market in 1964 leaving Topps all the teams of the NHL. Topps also maintained a presence in the foreign card market which began near the end of the last decade by issuing baseball cards in Venezuela starting in 1959 and football cards of Canada's Canadian Football League as early as 1958. While there were no major Venezuelan sets produced after 1968, their partnership with London, Ontario based O-Pee-Chee to produce baseball and hockey cards which began in 1965 and 1968 respectively, lasted for many years. Before the end of the decade Topps...
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