The regular cards from the Topps Archives set is broken up into 4 different designs in 50 card allotments based on earlier Topps sets. The first 50 cards are based on the 1972 Topps set.
1972 Topps has been so dubbed by Night Owl as the “psychedelic tombstone” set. The set has a color border with the team name coming out the top of the picture as if it’s some kind of 1970’s cartoon. The picture is shaped like, well, a tombstone – so that name is quite appropriate.
Mike Schmidt’s rookie card is from 1973 and is one of the more famous cards out there – it’s a multi-player card. He did play 13 games in 1972, so a theoretical Topps Traded set could have existed. There’s a good mock-up of what the card would be like here on the 1972 Topps blog.
Obviously, the picture is not the right era, but this is a pretty cool “what might have been” card.