1961 Nu-Cards "Baseball Scoops" 5-Cent Box with 24 Unopene...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Description1961 Nu-Cards "Baseball Scoops" 5-Cent Box with 24 Unopened Packs. Offered is a box of 1961 Nu-Cards "Baseball Scoops" with 24 unopened packs inside. This high grade box presents essentially brand new and obviously never circulated packs. Each pack contains seven cards of "Most Famous Plays and Players," all for the sum of 5-Cents per pack. This 80-card promotion is a collaboration of baseball's most memorable highlights and the men who made our national pastime the beloved sports that it has grown into. Potentially Mint or Gem MT featuring Mantle, Cobb, Ruth, DiMaggio, Koufax, Robinson, Spahn, Berra, Mays, Williams plus many others. The outer box presents close to Mint. The quality of the interior packs, completely undisturbed after over a half-a-century, matched the protecting housing. Each looks NM or better. Considering the outstanding quality throughout we can assume this box came from a find many years ago. Reviewed and sealed by Steve Hart-Baseball Card Exchange.
Guide Value or Estimate: $4,000 - up.
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