Post Cereal Baseball Cards Sets

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a list of baseball card sets made by Post Cereal. The baseball card database currently has the following Post Cereal Card Sets online and available. Note: An indented set of baseball cards indicates they are inserts for the base set which appears above them without an indentation.

"One evening my father came home from New York with the ultimate birthday present - a box of one hundred baseball cards. I unwrapped them with high expectations, only to find that twenty-eight of them were Horace Fords. Ford had departed from the majors in 1933 after a long and undistinguished career as an infielder in the National League, and the gum company apparently was trying to reduce its inventory." - Author Frank Graham, Jr. in Farewell to Heroes (1981)
Post Cereal Baseball Card Sets

In Chronological Order / Return to Baseball Card Database

1961
Post Cereal
No
1961
Post Cereal
No
1990
Post Cereal
No
1991
Post Cereal
No
1991
Post Cereal
No
1992
Post Cereal
No
1992
Post Cereal
No
1993
Post Cereal
No
1993
Post Cereal
No
1994
Post Cereal
No
1994
Post Cereal
No
1995
Post Cereal
No
1995
Post Cereal
No
2001
Post Cereal
No
2001
Post Cereal
No
2002
Post Cereal
No
2003
Post Cereal
No
Post Cereal Baseball Card Sets


The Baseball Card Database currently has 17 Post Cereal Baseball Card Sets online. If you click the name of the set in the chart above, a complete checklist of baseball cards will open.

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