Tag Archives: Pro Set

Beckett 20 Questions on … college cardboard

School ties are seemingly everywhere on cardboard from the past and present. Now they’re the focus here for our latest 20 Questions …

Pro Set put Draft Day what-ifs on cardboard

A simple four-card set from Pro Set made for the 1990 NFL Draft, then a Sunday event, is one that I’ve always found oddly interesting — and just this week I finally added this simple release to my collection all these years later.

Your Turn: Do you like history on sports cards?

The Berlin Wall, a symbol of Communist oppression and the Cold War, fell 25 years ago this weekend — the next year, Pro Set featured NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue at the Wall on a card in 1990 Pro Set because two NFL teams played in Germany.

Beckett 20 Questions on … military on sports cards

As part of the upcoming Military Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, we want to hear what you think of a few things when it comes to creative cards and more with a new set of 20 Questions.

Ripping Retail Retro: 1991 Pro Set Series 1 football

Join Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s Chris Olds as he rips into yet another $5 wax box — this time, a 1991 Pro Set Series 1 football box — in the latest retro edition of Ripping Retail.

Ripping Retail Retro: 1989 Pro Set Series 1 football

Join Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s Chris Olds as he rips into a box of 1989 Pro Set Series 1 football cards — a $5 box locally — in this latest retro edition of Ripping Retail.

Ripping Retail: A 1990s retro rip

With The 1990s Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly out now, editor Chris Olds decided to rip into some 1990s packs for a Ripping Retro video.

Ripping Retail: 1991 Pro Set SuperStars MusiCards (UK edition)

Join Beckett Media’s Chris Olds as he rips into a box of 1991 Pro Set SuperStars MusiCards (UK edition) in search of a Whitney Houston card or two in this latest episode of Box Busters.

Whitney Houston’s legacy also seen on cards

Six-time Grammy winning singer and film star Whitney Houston died on Saturday at age 48 leaving behind an immense legacy in pop culture.