1951-1971 Topps Inserts and Novelty Issues PSA-Graded Coll...
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Description1951-1971 Topps Inserts and Novelty Issues PSA-Graded Collection (39). It certainly cannot be said that Topps has not tried almost every conceivable design concept during its lifetime. Game cards, scratch-offs, tattoos, stickers, stamps- all sorts of concepts were tinkered with and offered up to the public with a stick of gum. Offered here is a fascinating cross-section of these fun and curious issues. Taken from ten different sets, a total of thirty-nine cards are present, all of which have been graded by PSA. Highlights include fourteen 1955 Topps Double Headers, 1962 Topps Stamps of Stan Musial and Frank Robinson, and a nice selection of Hall of Famers from the 1968 Topps Game set. Please visit the Heritage website for a complete listing of cards.
More Information: Includes: 1951 Topps Red Backs (1) - #48 Stanky (PSA NM-MT 8); 1955 Topps Double Headers (14) - #'s 1/2 Rosen/Diering (PSA EX-MT 6), 5/6 Kazanski/Jones (PSA NM 7), 9/10 Porter/Kipper (PSA NM+ 7.5), 15/16 Walker/Limmer (PSA NM-MT 8), 35/36 Olson/Carey (PSA NM-MT 8), 49/50 Jackson/Finigan (PSA NM-MT 8), 53/54 Herman/Amoros (PSA NM 7), 59/60 Glynn/Miller (PSA NM 7), 67/68 Hegan/Parks (PSA VG-EX 4), 67/68 Hegan/Parks (PSA NM 7), 79/80 Sievers/Fowler (PSA VG-EX 4), 83/84 Frazier/Mossi (PSA EX 5), 83/84 Frazier/Mossi (PSA EX-MT 6), 125/126 Repulski/Lepcio (PSA EX 5); 1962 Topps Stamps (4) - Marichal (PSA EX-MT 6), Musial (PSA NM 7), F. Robinson (PSA EX-MT 6), Chicago White Sox Logo (PSA NM-MT 8); 1963 Topps Peel-Offs (1) - White (PSA EX-MT 6); 1964 Topps Giants (2) - #'s 1 Peters (PSA NM 7), 2 Johnson (PSA NM 7); 1964 Topps Stand-Up (1) - Osteen (PSA NM 7); 1968 Topps Game (10) - #'s 1 M. Alou (PSA NM-MT 8 (OC)), 3 Yastrzemski (PSA EX 5), 5 Killebrew (PSA EX-MT 6), 6 Clemente (PSA EX-MT 6), 7 F. Robinson (PSA VG-EX 4), 9 B. Robinson (PSA EX-MT 6), 10 Davis (PSA EX 5), 16 Chance (PSA EX 5), 28 Staub (PSA EX 5), 30 Rose (PSA EX-MT 6); 1971 Topps Scratch-Offs (4) - Aparicio (PSA EX-MT 6), Beckert (PSA EX-MT 6), Kaline (PSA NM 7), Osteen (PSA VG 3); 1971 Topps Greatest Moments (1) - #16 Fregosi (PSA EX 5); 1971 Topps Super (1) - #35 Santo (PSA NM 7).
Guide Value or Estimate: $1,500 - up.
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