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    1961 Nu-Card Football Counter Display Wax Box With 24 Packs. Offered is a 1961 Nu-Card football counter display box containing twenty-four 5-cent packs. The original display box is very well preserved and appears to be in NM or even better condition but two corners seams are separated. The packs also appear in EX/MT to NM/MT condition. The packs were never sealed with glue, just a crimping process designed to create adhesion through pressure. A few of the packs have opened in the last half-century. The packs may contain the rookie card of Ernie Davis, Roman Gabriel, John Hadl, Gary Collins and others. Each packs also contains a College Pennant inserts, which today are much tougher to find in high grade than the cards themselves. A extremely tough find in this condition. Note: The packs have been inspected and to the best of our ability are unopened and/or untampered with. We can not guarantee the opinion of any third party grading service, please bid accordingly.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2010
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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