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Item 8201 - 1961-66 Topps Baseball Display Box Run (6) Catalog 542 (Feb 2019)

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Sold Price: $580.80 (includes buyer's premium)


This run of display boxes compliments your Topps baseball card set run from the early 1960’s. With the exception of the 1961 box, all the others have similar staple holes from the time of production.

Includes: 1961 - light tear to back panel, with small tear on bottom. Couple creases, but unperforated top. Grades VG-EX overall.

1962 - light creasing on flap, perforated and several staple holes. Excellent overall appearance. Baseball stamps ad on back.

1963 - fully perforated, creasing, light tear on top. Great Stan Musial image on box.

1964 - while the box appears in tremendous condition, closer inspection reveals 11 sets of staple holes. Still, the box displays well, with an image of Stan Musial on the front portion, advertising the “Extra! Metal coin in each pack!" Excellent overall appearance.

1965 - perforated, with light creasing on front flap, which is hidden when box is presented. Great Koufax, Killebrew, and Mantle image, one of the best Topps boxes ever produced.

1966 - perforated, with light creasing on front flap, which is hidden when box is presented. Mantle is one of six players featured on top.

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