1962 Post American Gallery
1n 1962 Post introduced the idea of dividing the American League and the National league by colours. American League for blue and National League for red. This idea would later be copied by Canadian issued cards in 1991. These cards were available on the back of cereal boxes, you can imagine how much cereal you had to eat to complete a set of 200. Many collectors theorise that this was the easiest of the 1960's sets to complete basically because although there were some short prints, all the cards were more evenly distributed. There were several minor variations of cards, however the most notable is the Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. Each had a cereal box version and a Life Magazine insert version. (see later in this gallery).