1977 Topps Mexican

Total Cards: 528

Rating: 7.3 (9 votes)
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  1   James Harris / Ken Stabler LL, SP
Passing Leaders
  Los Angeles Rams / Oakland Raiders
  2   Drew Pearson / MacArthur Lane LL, SP
Receiving Leaders
  Dallas Cowboys / Kansas City Chiefs
  3   Walter Payton / O.J. Simpson LL, SP
Rushing Leaders
  Chicago Bears / Buffalo Bills
  4   Mark Moseley / Toni Linhart LL, SP
Scoring Leaders
  Washington Redskins / Baltimore Colts
  5   Monte Jackson / Ken Riley LL, SP
Interception Leaders
  Los Angeles Rams / Cincinnati Bengals
  6   John James / Marv Bateman LL, SP
Punting Leaders
  Atlanta Falcons / Buffalo Bills
  7   Mike Phipps   Cleveland Browns
  8   Rick Volk SP   New York Giants
  9   Steve Furness   Pittsburgh Steelers
  10   Isaac Curtis   Cincinnati Bengals


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Jun 8, 2019 - 12:47AM

I just came across this website and do not consider myself a collector but do have in my possession 285 cards of this set that I received from my cousin residing in Mexico City, DF back in the mid-1980's. I am currently 63 years old and came across this collection of cards that have been in storage at my residence recently. I have canvass several card collection business in the Sacramento, Ca region but have not come across any who possess theses cards only have heard or read of them. So, some one out there, if you are interested in completing your set, please reach out to me. I do possess 8 of the 12 "Dirty Dozen" as referenced in the overview of this collection.On another note, I do keep in contact with my cousin so I could ask him if he still has any childhood friends that he grew up with in Mexico City that may still possess these cards.
Respectfully, Marco

Apr 13, 2018 - 7:16PM

I live in Mexico and vividly remember my parents buying me packages of this set. As the years went by most of my cards got lost. In recent times I've had the chance to get my hands into a handful of them, which I really love. They're hard to find items even here in Mexico. 1977 was the time when NFL games started being aired in Mexican TV stations, so it was a good way to help start a Mexican football fandom.

Apr 4, 2012 - 11:42AM
Bronco Nut

Even though his position is incorrect on the front of the card, ( he was a running back) the card maker does have his position correct on the back. "Corredor de bola" is translated, "Runner of the ball".


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1977 Topps Mexican2Jan 5, 2020 8:48 PM
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Comparison between regular edition and Mexican edition single card6Aug 24, 2018 3:42 PM
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