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    1974 & 1976 Topps Traded, 1977 Topps, 1978 Topps, 1975-76 SSPC Baseball Sets Lot of 17. This assorted lot features several complete or near complete baseball sets from the 1970's. A 1974 Topps Checklists set starts it off, along with a pair of 1974 Topps Traded sets. Six copies of the 1976 Topps Traded sets are included, as well as near complete sets of 1977 Topps (missing #2) and 1978 Topps (missing #'s 318, 319 & 628). Some of the key HOF rookie cards in those last two sets are Bruce Sutter, Mark Fidrych, Andre Dawson, Dale Murphy and Paul Molitor/Alan Trammell.

    Finally, an assortment of SSPC sets from 1975 and 1976 are also included, with a 1975 Mets team set, 1975 Yankees team set, 1975 Samples set, 1975 SSPC 42 set, 1975 Puzzle Back set, and the full-size 1976 SSPC set of 630 cards. The SSPC sets are 95% Near Mint or better. The 1974-76 sets are 50% EX+ and 50% VG-EX or lesser. The 1977 and 1978 Topps sets grade in at 90% Near Mint or better and 10% lesser.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2014
    26th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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