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    1978 Topps "Fun Packs" Factory Sealed Case with 36 Unopened Bags! The late 1970's was a golden age of sorts for trading cards with both sports cars and non-sports cards seeing a rise in production. The Non-Sports hobby grew thanks to tie-ins with recently released and immensely popular movies including Jaws, Close Encounters, Grease and of course Star Wars. In addition to the standard circulation method, Topps made "Fun Bags" that offered a selection of various packs and put them in "Fun Packs." Offered is a factory sealed case of those Fun Bags. Inside the case are 36 packages, each has 30 wax packs for a total of 1,080 individual packs. A previously opened case yielded Topps Football (6 packs), Topps Hockey (6 packs), Star Wars (6 packs), Grease (7 packs) and Jaws (7 packs). NOTE: Not every bag contained the exact same contents.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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