Believe it or not, cereal is not Kellogg's only claim to fame: the maker of Corn Flakes also released a series of baseball cards in the 1970s. They are considered "oddball" cards by collectors, due to their limited run and the fact that they were produced by a food company rather than a tobacco or chewing gum manufacturer. Still, they hold a special place in many collectors' hearts. Printed on cardstock and distributed in Kellogg's cereal boxes, each card features one or more baseball players in uniform on the front, and career statistics on the reverse. The Kellogg's set consists of 75 cards that measure about 2 1/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches, narrower than standard. Some plastic-covered cards were made to have a 3D effect. Shop eBay to pick up some of these cards from reliable sellers, including mint condition collectibles. If conventional isn't really your thing, Kellogg's oddball cards might be more to your taste.
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