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    1968 Topps 3-d Rusty Staub SGC 50 VG/EX 4. Topps' 1968 3-D cards have always been held in high regard by advanced collectors. Quality singles from the 12-card set are among the most difficult and expensive of all Topps test issue pieces to locate, and nearly all existing specimens can be traced to employees who were involved in producing them. While there have been a few small discoveries of these cards, condition of the delicate, coated items has always been an issue. Rusty Staub being one of the more difficult to obtain, this will be a tremendous addition to any collection.


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    March, 2009
    1st Sunday
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