Presented is the 1970 Kellogg's set in an extremely unique form of FIVE 15-card uncut sheets. The sheets themselves each measure 6.75 x 18 inches, are labeled "Set A" thru "Set E," with all five sheets professionally framed to a dimension of 42 x 24 inches. Each uncut sheet is a final process sheet with fully printed backs. The 1970 set was the first 3-D cards issued by Kellogg's, and was produced by Xograph, the company which also produced the very scarce 1968 Topps 3D test issue. The nature of the plastic used on top of the cards often causes the cards to curl, and if not stored properly, some will eventually crack, with four of these five sheets having some minor cracking. These likely originate from someone connected to the Xograph printing company or Kellogg's. Loaded with Hall of Famers, all the great players from that era are included with Mays, Rose, Clemente, Kaline, Seaver, etc.
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