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    1980 Topps Baseball Unopened Vending Case With Twenty-Four 500 Count Boxes! Offered is a factory sealed 1980 Topps Baseball vending case with a full count of twenty-four vending boxes, each containing 500 cards! This is an extremely rare find with very few of these cases remaining.

    The temptation to open this beauty will be great. Any one of the 12,000 cards could contain what will literally be a nearly 40-year old "pack-fresh" MINT or Gem MT card of such stars & HoFers like Nolan Ryan, George Brett, Mike Schmidt, Robin Yount, Reggie Jackson, Johnny Bench, Eddie Murray, Ozzie Smith (2nd year), Tom Seaver plus others as well as the rookie card of Rickey Henderson. With a Gem Mint Henderson rookie achieving sales over $20,000, and the fact there are probably two dozen in this case, the potential is enormous. NOTE: This item is heavy and may require additional shipping charges.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2020
    30th-31st Thursday-Friday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 31
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