For the second day of the challenge, the concept was a card with more than one person on it. That's a pretty wide variety of subject matter. Does it mean a card set up to be more than one person? Or one made for one specific person that other people appear on prominently? A team card? A League Leaders card? A lot of options! However, I knew instantly when I read the chart what card I was going to showcase.
I detailed the new additions to the set I got in late October in this post. It was not the first insert in NBA history. 1969-70 Topps had fold-out rulers, which I don't have in my collection, and 1970-71 Topps had posters, which also came folded. I do have one of those- Willis Reed- but the paper is very brittle. I don't like to handle it much for fear of damaging it. Topps used newsprint for it, but not good newsprint. They probably didn't think there would be anyone trying to collect it more than 40 years later, but there are. I show a scan of my poster in my all-time most popular post, my New York Knicks Uniform History.
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