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    1979 & 1980 Topps Baseball Complete Sets Pair (2). Two key Hall of Fame rookie cards are covered by this pair of baseball sets from 1979 (Ozzie Smith) and 1980 (Rickey Henderson). Other keys include: Nolan Ryan, Pete Rose, George Brett, Willie Stargell, Dennis Eckersley, Reggie Jackson and many more. Includes: 1979 Topps Baseball Complete Set (726) - Highlights include: #'s Highlights include #'s 24 Molitor (NM), 25 Carlton (NM), 95 Yount (NM), 115 Ryan (NM+), 116 Smith (EX/MT), 204 Rose RB (NM), 330 Brett (EX/MT), 610 Schmidt (EX/MT), 640 Murray (NM/MT), 650 Rose (EX) and 700 Jackson (EX/MT); 1980 Topps Baseball Complete Set (726) - Highlights include: #'s 160 Murray (NM), 270 Schmidt (EX/MT), 393 Smith (NM), 450 Brett (EX), 482 Henderson (NM+), 540 Rose (NM) and 580 Ryan (NM). Both sets grade mostly EX/MT to NM with some nicer and a small percentage lesser.

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    November, 2014
    9th Sunday
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