The oldest wrappers I have are from 1981 so I'll start there.
1981 Fleer Baseball - Premier Edition
Wax pack with 17 cards plus a stick of gum.
The year Fleer came back to baseball with a 660 card set.
Purists unfold them completely and lay them out flat,but that takes too much room for me.
This wrapper offers a 3" photo button of your favorite star for only $1.00 and that includes s&h !
Wax Pack with 18 cards and 1 stick of gum.
The cards came in panels of three with perforations for separation.
There were 3 sheets for the American League and 3 for the National.
144 different panel combinations were possible for the 108 different player cards.
The top card has the instructions for playing a baseball game by scratching off the circles on the front one at a time. The circles reveal a single, double, triple, home run, ground out, strike out or fly out. The middle card has a score card section to keep track of your runs.The bottom card is reserved for more offers to get the rest of your money. In this case, a vinyl sports card locker to store 1350 cards. Only $5.75 +$.75 handling.
A wax pack conceals 1 - 5x7 glossy, color photo card.
10 different teams were represented with a total of 102 cards.