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    1966 Topps Baseball - M.J. Roop Archives Custom Binder & Slipcase. For years, M.J. Roop stood for the finest card storage systems for both graded and ungraded cards. The company has long been out of business now and the opportunity to acquire these slipcase/custom binders which were made for just about every Bowman, Fleer and Topps baseball set from 1948 through 1974 are growing fewer and farther between. The customized 3-ring binder comes with the original full color/laminated checklist card(s), thick plastic backing sheets plus the name of the set clearly identified on the spine. This item shows some very light wear and/or a surface scratch from previous handling. After spending your hard earned dollars on your favorite cards, why not treat yourself to an elegant form of protective storage that also makes for impressive home display. You are bidding on the binder/slipcase for the 1966 Topps Baseball. Cards and plastic sheets are not included.

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    January, 2014
    26th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 8
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