Like Rails and Sails, 1955, Wings, 1952, was an unusually large set at 200 cards. It has the same mix of exciting images and rather mediocre ones that we find in other Topps sets of the time. The dramatic ones still remain impressive - examples include Cards 40, 49, 72, 111, 142, 145, 151, 185, or 193. Interestingly, Topps did not reach back much into the past to the beginnings of aviation with this set, as it did with Rails and Sails and with World on Wheels. It made some effort to be international here, but the set is overwhelmingly images of American planes.