1996 Select Hall of Fame

1996 Select Classic Metal Football Cards

Collection: 110 cards, 22 Team of the Century Cards (1:5 packs), 12 Legend Cards (1:12 packs), 8 Living Legend Signatures (1:360 packs)

9 cards per pack
24 packs per box
13,200 boxes produced

The third Select release for 1996 is potentially the most popular footy card set of the entire 20th century. Not only does it celebrate the induction of 100 brilliant players into the inaugural Hall of Fame, it features the 8 Livings Legends, on Signature cards limited to 110 cards each! This insert set has continued in subsequent releases but to have 8 in the one set is truly unique.

1996 select hall of fame box



1996 select hof

Complete Set (110)
Common Card (1-110)

1 George Coulthard
2 John Worrall
3 John Daly
4 John Reedman
5 Peter Burns
6 Charlie Pannam
7 Henry Young
8 David Christy
9 Vic Cumberland
10 Albert Thurgood
11 Thomas MacKenzie
12 Rod McGregor
13 Dave McNamara
14 Dick Lee
15 Vic Belcher
16 Wellesley Eicke
17 Vic Thorp
18 Roy Cazaly
19 Dan Minogue
20 Mark Tandy
21 William Truscott
22 Tom Fitzmaurice
23 Dan Moriarty
24 Ivor Warne-Smith
25 Sir Albert Chadwick
26 Horrie Clover
27 Gordon Coventry
28 Walter Scott
29 Colin Watson
30 Syd Coventry
31 George Todd
32 Edward Greeves
33 Percy Bentley
34 Albert Collier
35 Allan Hopkins
36 Johnny Lewis
37 Harry Collier
38 Reg Hickey
39 Jack Titus
40 Harry Vallence
41 Bill Mohr
42 Bob Pratt
43 Jack Regan
44 Percy Beames
45 Haydn Bunton
46 Jack Dyer
47 George Moloney
48 Laurie Nash
49 Dick Reynolds
50 Phonse Kyne
51 Allan La Fontaine
52 Jack Mueller
53 Bob Quinn
54 Merv McIntosh
55 Les Foote
56 Lou Richards
57 Bill Hutchison
58 Charlie Sutton
59 Ron Clegg
60 Len Fitzgerald
61 Bob Rose
62 Roy Wright
63 Bob Davis
64 Bernie Smith
65 John Coleman
66 Jack Clarke
67 Ted Whitten
68 Allen Aylett
69 Lindsay Head
70 Ron Barassi
71 Graham Arthur
72 Kevin Murray
73 Bob Skilton
74 John Nicholls
75 John Schultz
76 Doug Wade
77 Bill Walker
78 Darrel Baldock
79 Polly Farmer
80 John Rantall
81 Ian Stewart
82 Kevin Bartlett
83 Francis Bourke
84 Gary Dempsey
85 Royce Hart
86 Peter Hudson
87 Alex Jesaulenko
88 Barrie Robran
89 Russell Ebert
90 Bruce Doull
91 Peter Knights
92 Leigh Matthews
93 Bernie Quinlan
94 Barry Cable
95 Keith Greig
96 Michael Tuck
97 Robert Flower
98 Graham Moss
99 Malcolm Blight
100 Simon Madden
101 Carlton Logo
102 Collingwood Logo
103 Essendon Logo
104 Fitzroy Logo
105 Geelong Logo
106 Melbourne Logo
107 St Kilda Logo
108 South Melbourne Logo
109 Checklist
110 Checklist


1996 select hof team of century francis bourke

Complete Set (22)
Common Card (TC1-TC22)
Odds 1:5 packs

TC1 Norm Smith
TC2 Bernie Smith
TC3 Stephen Silvagni
TC4 John Nicholls
TC5 Kevin Murray
TC6 Ted Whitten
TC7 Bruce Doull
TC8 Francis Bourke
TC9 Ian Stewart
TC10 Keith Greig
TC11 Alex Jesaulenko
TC12 Royce Hart
TC13 Dick Reynolds
TC14 Haydn Bunton
TC15 John Coleman
TC16 Leigh Matthews
TC17 Polly Farmer
TC18 Ron Barassi
TC19 Bob Skilton
TC20 Gary Ablett
TC21 Jack Dyer
TC22 Greg Williams


1996 select hof legend john coleman

Complete Set (12)
Common Card (LG1-LG12)
Odds 1:12 packs

LG1 Ron Barassi
LG2 Haydn Bunton
LG3 Roy Cazaly
LG4 John Coleman
LG5 Jack Dyer
LG6 Polly Farmer
LG7 Leigh Matthews
LG8 John Nicholls
LG9 Bob Pratt
LG10 Dick Reynolds
LG11 Bob Skilton
LG12 Ted Whitten


1996 select hof legend signature leigh matthews

Complete Set (8)
Common Card (SC1-SC8)
Odds 1: 360 packs
Limited to 110 cards each

SC1 Ron Barassi
SC2 Jack Dyer
SC3 Polly Farmer
SC4 Leigh Matthews
SC5 John Nicholls
SC6 Bob Pratt
SC7 Dick Reynolds
SC8 Bob Skilton








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Numbered cards

Some limited release cards are individually numbered. Cards numbered 001 and the jumper number of the player are considered more valuable. For lower end cards, this can add 300-500% to the price. For higher end cards, this can add 150-200% to the price.

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RC – Rookie Card definition

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