Printed in the Netherlands in 1958, this issue is one that we were reluctant to include in our collection due to the racist imagery that is depicted on the card. After careful consideration, we elected to add an example for posterity, but it is important to note that this set features less than flattering depictions of Pele and other black players. Famed Dutch cartoonist Dik Bruynesteyn was the artist who created the images in this 72-card set. In the interest of fairness, our research does not indicate that anything in Mr. Bruynesteyn's history suggests that he was overtly racist. However, the depiction of Pele is clearly based on unfounded stereotypes that were long used to suggest that people of color were somehow inferior to those of a lighter complexion.