The hits just keep on coming. As if the 1961 and 1962 Topps sets weren’t hard enough…the 1963 set id absolutely loaded with the most Hall of Famers from any set in the 1950s and 1960s. The 1963 Topps set is named as one of the top 5 favorite sets of Baseball Card Advisors. Take your time on this one; there are ton of stars including the rookie cards of #228-Tony Oliva, #55-Willie Stargell, #544-Rusty Staub, and the elusive rookie card of #537 Pete “I didn’t bet on baseball” Rose. The set is very pretty with different colors for every card. The difficulty of the set is the bottom portion of the cards didn’t come with the standard white border. The vibrant colors extend all the way to the edge of the card, thus making it very challenging to find cards without the edges dinged up. The powerhouse stars and Hall of Famers are as follows: #120-Roger Maris, #200-Mickey Mantle, #210-Sandy Koufax, #250-Stan Musial, #300-Willie Mays, #340-Yogi Berra, #380-Ernie Banks, #390-Hank Aaron, #472-Lou Brock, #490-Willie McCovey, #500-Harmon Killebrew, and #540-Roberto Clemente. Baseball Card Advisor says roll up your sleeves for this one. Contact Gary Leavitt at Baseballcardadvisor.com for more information about buying or selling the 1963 Topps baseball cards.