1966 Bergmann Automatenbilder

Introduction

The 1966 Bergmann Automatenbilder are set are considered to be one of the most iconic set of "cards" for the Golden Generation of German football. These cards were never meant to be stuck into albums and instead were meant to be collected like baseball cards of the era were. The cards have a very clean front, which usually features a portrait shot, and the back is minimalistic featuring only the player name and their respective club.


The cards were distributed from vending machines and there is no album associated with the cards.


The cards were not numbered but thanks to Alan Jenkins' website there is a checklist of the entire cards that make up the entire set.


Pop Report from Grading Companies

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Checklist

Below is the entire checklist for the set. The highlighted cards are the ones that are the most popular and sought after from the set.



1. Team Photo (Bayern Munchen)

2. Hans Rigotti (Bayern Munchen)

3. Hans Nowak (Bayern Munchen) - Kneeling

4. Werner Olk (Bayern Munchen)

5. Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munchen) - Portrait

6. Sepp Maier (Bayern Munchen)

7. Gerhard Muller (Bayern Munchen)

8. Hans Nowak (Bayern Munchen) - Standing

9. Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munchen) - With ball

10. Rainer Ohlhauser (Bayern Munchen)

11. Karl-Heinz Thielen (1.FC Koln)

12. Heinze Hornig (1.FC Koln)

13. Milutin Soskic (1.FC Koln)

14. Hans Lohr (1.FC Koln) - Portrait

15. Wolfgang Overath (1.FC Koln)

16. Hans Lohr (1.FC Koln) - With ball

17. Wolfgang Weber (1.FC Koln)

18. Karl-Heinze Ruhl (1.FC Koln)

19. Team Photo (TSV 1860 Munchen)

20. Petar Radenkovic (TSV 1860 Munchen) - Portrait

21. Rudi Brunnenmeier (TSV 1860 Munchen) - Portrait

22. Petar Radenkovic (TSV 1860 Munchen) - In Action

23. Peter Grosser (TSV 1860 Munchen)

24. Alfred Heiss (TSV 1860 Munchen)

25. Rudi Brunnenmeier (TSV 1860 Munchen) - With ball

26. Team Photo (Borussia Monchengladbach)

27. Berti Vogts (Borussia Monchengladbach)

28. Gunter Netzer (Borussia Monchengladbach)

29. Peter Meyer (Borussia Monchengladbach)

30. Team Photo (Borussia Dortmund)

31. Wolfgang Paul (Borussia Dortmund)

32. Lothar Emmerich (Borussia Dortmund)

33. Reinhard Libuda (Borussia Dortmund)

34. Siegfried Held (Borussia Dortmund)

35. Reinhold Wasab (Borussia Dortmund)

36. Josef Heynckes (Hannover 96)

37. Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV) - Portrait

38. Werner Kramer (Hamburger SV)

39. Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV) - With ball

40. Bernd Dorfel (Hamburger SV)

41. Team Photo (MSV Duisburg)

42. Heinz Van Haaren (MSV Duisburg)

43. Manfred Manglitz (MSV Duisburg)

44. Ludwig Nolden (MSV Duisburg)

45. Peter Kunter (Eintracht Frankfurt)

46. Hans Tilkowski (Eintracht Frankfurt)

47. Friedel Lutz (Eintracht Frankfurt)

48. Team Photo (Eintracht Braunschweig)

49. Joachim Base (Eintracht Braunschweig)

50. Lothar Ulsass (Eintracht Braunschweig)

51. Peter Kaack (Eintracht Braunschweig)

52. Gunter Bernard (SV Werder Bremen)

53. Horst-Dieter Hottges (SV Werder Bremen)

54. Max Lorenz (SV Werder Bremen)

55. Gunter Herrmann (Karlsruher SC)

56. Team Photo (1.FC Kaiserslautern)

57. Team Photo (FC Schalke 04)

58. Josef Elting (FC Schalke 04)

59. Klaus Fichtel (FC Schalke 04)

60. Karl-Heinze Schnellinger (German Stars Abroad (Italy))

61. Friedhelf Konietzka (German Stars Abroad (Switzerland))

62. Albert Brulls (German Stars Abroad (Italy))

63. Franz Beckenbauer, Uwe Seeler, Helmut Schon (National Team)

64. Hans Tilkowski (National Team)


Images of Prominent Cards


The Bayern Munich Legends (Beckenbauer and Muller)



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