They are all #700.
Martin, Ramos, and 50th Anniversary Variants
In December, Marvel released the 700th and final issue of The Amazing Spider-man, which marked the death of Peter Parker. This ended a 50 year run that dates back to March 1963. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to acquire the original cover. But I did manage to secure a copy of the 2nd Printing and three of the different variants.
Seven years later Topps broke the 700 card set barrier, when it produced the 1970 Topps baseball card set. The 720 cards produced made this the largest set Topps had produced up to this point in their history. And Frank Robinson became the first Topps card to be branded with #700.
Thank you to everyone who's taken the time to check out my blog. I created this blog to document my cardboard history... however it's evolved into something larger: hobby camaraderie.
Peter Parker may have moved on to greener pastures, but I'll continue to write posts. My motto has always been... if you keep reading them, I'll keep writing them.
Happy Tuesday and sayonara!