1977 Topps

Total Cards: 660

Rating: 7.9 (166 votes)
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Notes: Distributed in one series (#1-660)

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1 1976 Batting Leaders (George Brett / Bill Madlock) LL Kansas City Royals / Chicago Cubs
2 1976 Home Run Leaders (Graig Nettles / Mike Schmidt) LL New York Yankees / Philadelphia Phillies
3 1976 RBI Leaders (Lee May / George Foster) LL Baltimore Orioles / Cincinnati Reds
4 1976 Stolen Base Leaders (Bill North / Dave Lopes) LL Oakland Athletics / Los Angeles Dodgers
5 1976 Victory Leaders (Jim Palmer / Randy Jones) LL Baltimore Orioles / San Diego Padres
6 1976 Strikeout Leaders (Nolan Ryan / Tom Seaver) LL California Angels / New York Mets
7 1976 ERA Leaders (Mark Fidrych / John Denny) LL Detroit Tigers / St. Louis Cardinals
8 1976 Leading Firemen (Bill Campbell / Rawly Eastwick) LL Minnesota Twins / Cincinnati Reds
9 Doug Rader San Diego Padres
10 Reggie Jackson New York Yankees

Inserts and Related Sets



  • Wax packs were originally $0.15 for 10 cards.
  • Last 660-card base set until 1994 after the 5th consecutive year (1973-1977).
  • First Topps set with cards featuring the Seattle Mariners and Toronto Blue Jays.
  • #634 Paul Reuschel / Rick Reuschel - Paul Reuschel and brother Rick have their names transposed on card #634.

User Comments

May 1, 2022 - 1:43PM

This year was the first I started buying baseball cards. I would have turned 7 in May of 1977. I remember going to my grandparents' apartment and there was a grocery store on the corner. I remember purchasing both wax and cello packs. I have almost all my cards from when I was a kid. Though my checklists are marked and we flipped them and threw them against the wall, so condition is rather beat up. I'm starting to put these sets together, trying to relive my childhood. I've made a few purchases over the years to help.

Dec 28, 2021 - 11:09PM

It was my seventh birthday when my Pop put a full box of 1977 Topps down in front of me. It took me an hour or so to rip all the packs and gawk at the giants who played baseball. My initial thoughts were, this gum kinda sucks, even though I had a full cheek full, Nolan Ryan (My favorite player) looked so bad ass. George Foster's side burns were absolutely magnificent. Dave Rader looked just like my Grandpa and Tommy Helms and Rick Jones looked really fake. I played with those cards so much that, I wore them out and finally after a decade of destruction I gave them to my cousin who absolutely destroyed everyone of them looking them over like I did. Only Nolan Ryan survived the purge. My first card I ever pulled was Craig Swan, followed by Boog Powell. I must have had Boog's stats totally memorized as I was fascinated that someone was named Boog.

Dec 16, 2021 - 12:48PM

I remember collecting these cards as a kid. My dad knew the owner of a local grocery store/deli and would get full unopened display boxes from him at a discount. I had tons of these cards. Sadly, not now, of course.


Posted by: jonssportscards
May 2, 2022 - 9:21PM


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