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    1989 Upper Deck Baseball Case With 20 Unopened Foil Pack Boxes. Offered is a factory case of the landmark 1989 Upper Deck baseball card series. This series changed the way we collect. Upper Deck boasted about improvements in collation, packaging (no wax paper or gum) and card quality. This case should include multiple examples of Gary Sheffield Rookie, John Smoltz Rookie, Randy Johnson Rookie, plus Boggs, Sandberg, Ryan, Clemens, Mattingly, Henderson, Brett, Maddux and possibly the scarce Dale Murphy Reversed negative cards plus many others. Of course we can't forget what it one of the key card of the 1980's - card #1, the rookie card of HoFer Ken Griffey Jr. The tape has aged so it is no longer sealed, contents appear to be undisturbed. Each box will have 36 foil wrapped packs.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $1,600 - up.

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    Bidding Begins Approx.
    March
    28th Wednesday
    Auction Dates
    April
    19th-20th Thursday-Friday
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    37 Days
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