I would have scanned the cover but I feared it would pulverize my poor scanner.
A dealer at one of the card shows tipped me off the existence of the book, and I was able to use some gift card $$ from the holidays to essentially get the book for free!
This might be the closest I'll get to owning a complete set of 1952 Topps in mint condition - I could easily spend hours just poring through the various year's pages.
Leafing through the years helps my efforts to complete a vintage wantlist of Topps cards. It's kind of a bummer that the book doesn't have the card backs too, but the full color reproductions of the front of each card is a real treat.
There's even an index in the back so I can make sure I have all the Elmer Valos and Coot Veals I could ever want:
There a bunch of books out there about baseball cards, do you have a favorite?