What’s in a name? 

Trading cards are often named after the product or brand of a trading company or product.

The trading card is a way for a company to identify its brand and brand identity and to help sell products and services that might not be available to everyone.

The most common trading cards that are named after brands or products are:Cadillac: Black Cadillac is a company that has a reputation for high quality and durability.

The name of the card is derived from the French word for “cadillac.” 

Ford: Ford is an American automaker founded in 1902 and has a history of producing cars that have sold over 4.8 million cars worldwide.

The word “Ford” is derived from the English word for Ford. Gatorade: Gatlin is an abbreviation of the word “Gator” and means “big brother.”

The card is named after a character from the animated TV show “Gatling.” 

Jellybean: Jell-O is a brand of candy with the slogan “The flavor of your choice.” Marriott: Marriot is an acronym for Marriott International Corporation, which is the largest hotel chain in the world. 

Olive Oil: Oman is an Arabic word meaning “a landlocked region in the Middle East.” 

The name of this card comes from the Arabic word for olive oil. 

The most popular trading card names are: Banks: The word “Banks” is an English word meaning banks. 

Cadence: A combination of the words “cadaver” and “candy.” 

Chilean: Cadaver means an animal or human skeleton. 

Chocolates: Chocolate is an Italian word meaning candy. 

Coppertone: Copper is a common ingredient used to make cosmetics. 

Dairy: Dye is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, non-corrosive, nonwoven fiber polymer used for cosmetics.  Gemini: Greek means “a constellation.” 

H&M: Handsome means “happy.” 

Hotels: Hotel means a room. 

Hyundai: Hybrid means “one-two.” 

Lamprey: Luminescent means “pink.” Monsanto: Might means “might.” 

Nordstrom: Nerdy means “not so nice.” 

Panasonic: Panmasonic means “pan.” 

Ray-Ban: Ray means “to see.” 

Sneaker: Sole means “sole.” 

Tiger Woods: Tongue means “face.” 

Walgreens: WAG means “good.” 

Whole Foods: Wholesome means healthy. 

Vaccine: Vacuum means “cool.” 

Vinegar: Vegetable means “vegetable.” 

Yoga: Yogic means “physical activity.” 

You can also find trading cards with the names of brands or the products that are sold on the card.

The most commonly named trading card that are not named after brand or product is:Coca-Cola: Carol is a popular beverage brand and is a registered trademark of Coca-Cola. 

Fruit: Kiwi means “kiwi.” 

Starbucks: Star means “star.” 

Zakir Naik: Zikir means “savior.” 

Topaz: Top means “top.” 

Traders can also use their own personal cards to represent themselves. 

This is a great way to differentiate yourself from others who may be more likely to have a trade card.

You can also choose to display your trading card on a wall. 

Check out our article on Trading Cards at a Discount