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One of the fascinating things about trading cards is that, over time, they become small cardboard time capsules. Let a few years pass and there’s likely something about them that feels off as trends have changed. Let a few decades pass and you might notice a cultural shift. Such is the case with 1975 Topps Good Times trading cards. On the one hand, it’s a look back at one of the most popular shows of the 1970s. On the other, it shows just how pop culture is evolved. While it’s possible the show still might be made today (in an updated form), there’s likely no way a series of bubble gum cards aimed largely at kids would have spawned from it… read more about these killer collector cards here >

 

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