Anyway, here is a page from the work in progress that is my 1964 set. It is the newest one to be "officially active" and therefore does not have too many full pages yet.
A fair amount of star power here. Elston Howard is one of my player collections. The Yankees cards look nice in '64 even though it's a simple design. The red complements their dark blue unis well. The '64s with two different colors between the team names and the player/position bar are the prettier ones.
Moving on, you have Walt Alston, the Dodgers manager for like 85 years.
Nice checklist at slot 3. The older checklists were so much cooler than in the 80's and beyond. They're not just blocks of lists with a spartan title. Multi-color with the little player graphics make them pop.
Curt Flood in one of his nicer looking cards. Classic portrait set off nicely with the green.
Don't know much about Mahaffey or Held, but gotta love the old unis, especially the shoulder numbers on the Indians.
Nuxhall in the old white-cap duds set against the stadium - another classic looking shot. More of a fan favorite type of guy than a big star, which I like better, in a lot of cases.
Here's you're rookies when rookies didn't matter so much. If it was Frank Howard and Bruce Kreutzer, this might be a high dollar card.
And ya gotta love the defunct Athletics appearance. Most of the cards in the team set have the KC A's wearing green and yellow (as they did for the first time in the 1963 season), but a few have this red and white combo going. A couple guys have dark hats with this scheme. Ken Harrelson's RC (#419) has him in a black looking hat and jersey. Hard to tell against the purple lettering if it's dark blue. The original color scheme was red and (dark?) blue.