Over 13,000 of the four 1975 Topps Baseball rookie cards representing Hall of Famers have been graded by PSA over the last 20 years. Which rookie card from this ultra popular set has proven to be most challenging for collectors and dealers submitting them in hopes of landing a high grade?
Looks like it’s a neck-and-neck race between the two biggies, Robin Yount and George Brett, with fewer than one third of those submitted landing even an 8. You’ll have a better chance with Gary Carter and Jim Rice rookies.
Here’s the percentage of 8’s compared to all cards submitted to PSA as of December 10, 2012: