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    Baseball 1972 Topps Baseball Set (787ct.) EX/MT Appraised. The largest Topps issue of its time appeared in 1972, with the set consisting of 787 cards. The set features more than six dozen "In Action" cards, 16 "Boyhood Photo" cards, and seven "Traded" cards. This near complete set (missing only #51 Harmon Killebrew, #52 Harmon Killebrew IA) grades an overall EX/MT and includes 43 signed cards. Key cards include #79 C. Fisk/C. Cooper RC (EX/MT), #299 Hank Aaron (VG), #309 Roberto Clemente (EX/MT), #559 Pete Rose (EX), #595 Nolan Ryan (NM), #686 Steve Garvey (NM/MT), #695 Rod Carew (VG/EX), #751 Steve Carlton TR (NM), #752 Joe Morgan TR (EX). Beckett Set Value= EX/MT-$1080.

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    July, 2004
    25th Sunday
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