Learn All About the Reggie Jackson Rookie Card

By: Marty Beets

Reggie Jackson is considered one of the greatest sluggers of all time.  He hit more than 500 home runs while playing for the Okland A's, New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles and California Angels.

His rookie and early cards are very sought after and valuable. Let's take a look at some of these vintage Reggie Jackson cards:

1969 Topps

Card #260

This is the card that most collectors consider to be the primary Reggie Jackson rookie card.  

The 1969 Topps Reggie Jackson card is the first major release Jackson rookie card. This card in high-grade condition is very valuable and hard to find. It's one of the premier cards from the 1960s.  

1969 Topps Decals 

This is a decal that was included with packs of 1969 Topps cards. This decal is  considered an oddball rookie card.

The 1969 Topps Decals Reggie Jackson was included with packs of cards.  It is relatively rare due to the age and the fact that many of them were used as decals.

1969 Topps Super

This is a Topps special set of high-gloss cards. It is considered an oddball rookie. 


The 1969 Super set is named "super" for super color.  These cards featured high-gloss, bold color, and high-quality photographs.

1969 Milton Bradley

This Jackson card was included with a baseball board game made in 1969. It is considered an oddball rookie.

The 1969 Milton Bradley Reggie Jackson came as part of The Official Baseball Game.  Purchasing the game was the only way to acquire this oddball rookie card.

Here's a summary of Jackson's early rookies. 

1969 Topps Decals Insert rookie

1969 Topps Rookie card

1969 Topps Super Oddball rookie

1969 Milton Bradley Oddball rookie