Graded by PSA MINT 9. The Topps company was always attempting to develop new strategies to sell more cards, and one method was through testing certain types of new cards in smaller markets, and if demand was sufficient then the company would produce larger amounts of the same type set during the following year or two. One such example was with the 1969 Topps Super set. Comprising 60 cards, round-cornered, with a simple no-border up-close image and facsimile autograph. They were the 'test issue' for the larger Super cards produced in 1970 and 1971. However, the 1969 cards, while smaller in stature, are so much more in demand. The Reggie Jackson Super Rookie card, which used the same image as his regular issue rookie is one of the key cards in the set. This example has brilliant color and smooth surfaces front and back. MINT in every respect.
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