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    1977 Topps Mexican Football Display Box Quartet (4). On very rare occasions Topps produces a specific set of cards for a market outside the USA. In 1977 they paralleled their 528-card US edition with a set marketed in Mexico with all English text now in Spanish (except the word "Football" which would be sure to disappoint youngsters looking for a treasured card of their favorite soccer star). Here are four display boxes, each advertised as having 36 packs, from that one time production. The boxes as they appear: 1) Top panel ripped into two, both ends attached with tape, packs exposed; Packs appear undisturbed. 2) Top panel attached by tape at seal, packs partially exposed. 3) Top Intact, tape at side seal, packs appear untouched. 4) Top detached but taped at top and side, packs appears untouched. Note: The boxes/packs appear unsearched/untampered with but we cannot guarantee the assessment of third party grading services. Please bid accordingly.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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