Printed in West Germany in 1958 by Bremer Fachring Kaffee, this 60 card set features some of the best action shots of the 1958 World Cup. Printed on a heavy card stock, the set features high resolution images on the front and the reverse features the Bremer Fachring Kaffee logo, card number, and information about the event depicted on the front. The 60 card set is divided up into five series of 12 cards each that were intended to be collected. Although Pele is depicted on seven total cards in the set, card no. 12 in series 3 is by far the most desirable, becoming affectionately known in the hobby as the "Crying Pele." The card depicts a 17-year-old Pele overcome with emotion after scoring two goals in the World Cup final to lead his team to the first World Cup championship in Brazil's history. In addition to the Crying Pele, the Pele Collection owns a signed copy of card no. 8, which features a nice action shot of Pele going for a header during the 1958 World Cup.