First look: 2014 Leaf Bettie Page Collection

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By Susan Lulgjuraj | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Editor

One of the most popular pin-up models of the 1950s has been featured on a number of trading card products. The latest will be 2014 Leaf Bettie Page Collection.

Each box will include 24 packs with six cards in each pack, and one hit per box. Each base set will contain 72 cards with two inserts: Queen of the Pinups (a 16-card set) and Calendar Girl (12-card set on a calendar design).

The hits will include cut autographs (one or two per case) to Hair cards, Wardrobe cards, and 1-of-1 Sketch cards.

Bettie Page became famous in the 1950s as the Queen of Pinups. Cards of her have been made by several companies including Benchwarmers and Versicolor Productions.

Just 150 cases will be made. The 2014 Leaf Bettie Page Collection is scheduled to come out April 30

Susan Lulgjuraj is an editor at Beckett Media. You can email her here with questions, comments or ideas. Follow her on Twitter here. Follow Beckett Media on Facebook and Twitter.


  1. sean
    Posted Thursday April 10th, 2014 at 02:22 PM | Permalink

    Is there any market at all for this?

  2. Susan Lulgjuraj
    Posted Thursday April 10th, 2014 at 03:12 PM | Permalink

    Yes. She’s an iconic figure and many collect her stuff. There are lots of stuff in the non-sports world that is big that many sports collectors don’t think about.

  3. Roger Epperson
    Posted Friday April 11th, 2014 at 05:05 PM | Permalink



  4. Tom B.
    Posted Wednesday April 16th, 2014 at 09:14 AM | Permalink

    Wow, an “article” with a comment on it…stellar.

    And the answer is no, there is no market for this.

    From Olds: 30,327 comments and counting round these parts these days …

  5. Eric M
    Posted Friday May 16th, 2014 at 04:36 PM | Permalink

    There is an absolutely huge market for anything and EVERYTHING Bettie Page! Her autographs can range from $300-1,000 on any given day. In a lot of ways she’s more popular than Marilyn Monroe.

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