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    1971 Topps Baseball High Grade Complete Set (752). Offered is a 752-card complete set of 1971 Topps baseball cards. A total of 56 cards have been graded by PSA. Includes: Graded - PSA MINT 9: 1 card, #177; PSA NM-MT+ 8.5: 6 cards, #'s 8, 105, 147, 150, 420, 464; PSA NM-MT 8: 35 cards, #'s 6, 11, 18, 29, 57, 68 Seaver LL, 120, 158, 180 Kaline, 195, 223, 236, 242, 279, 298, 319, 331, 350 Williams, 358, 375, 376, 430, 439 Luzinski, 457, 462, 474, 512, 513 Ryan, 532, 582, 594, 610, 611, 657, 658, 728; PSA NM+ 7.5: 1 cards, #250 Bench; PSA NM 7: 9 cards, #'s 26 Blyleven, 257, 336, 380 Williams, 483, 567, 600 Mays, 630 Clemente, 640 Robinson; PSA EX-MT+ 6.5: 1 card, #5 Munson; PSA EX-MT 6: 3 cards, #'s 603, 606, 638. Ungraded - #'s 14 Concepcion (EX/MT), 20 Jackson (EX, measures small), 45 Hunter (EX/MT), 50 McCovey (EX/MT), 55 Carlton (EX/MT), 100 Rose (EX, measures small), 160 Seaver (NM), 210 Carew (EX/MT), 230 Stargell (EX/MT), 300 Robinson (EX/MT), 325 Marichal (NM), 341 Garvey (NM, measure small), 400 Aaron (EX), 450 Gibson (EX), 525 Banks (EX/MT), 530 Yastrzemski (EX), 550 Killebrew (EX), 570 Palmer (NM), 580 Perez (EX/MT), 625 Brock (EX), 709 Baylor/Baker SP (VG/EX). Grades 36% NM to NM/MT, 54% EX to EX/MT, 10% lesser (including cards that measure small). SMR value exceeds $1,900.00

    Guide Value or Estimate: $4,000 - up.

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    March
    28th Wednesday
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    19th-20th Thursday-Friday
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