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    1951 Topps Magic Football High Grade Complete Set (75) With Three Pop One of One's! This series of college level players was the first major football set produced by Topps and stands as a testimonial to the popularity of college football. Each card was designed with a question and a rub-off area to reveal the answer. Naturally, un-rubbed cards have a premium value in the current market. Forty-Four examples are unscratched. Three of the cards including #50 Smith, 59 Ernst and 69 Burwitz are at the top of the spectrum with no others having attained this lofty status. Highlights include: Graded Cards - PSA NM-MT 8: 8 cards, #'s 15 Turco, 16 Price, 22 Beck, 35 Ritticci, 50 Smith, 59 Ernst, 68 Johnson and 69 Burwitz; PSA NM 7: 2 cards, #'s 21 and 30; PSA EX 5: 1 card, #48 Young. Ungraded Cards - include #'s 2 Wade (EX/MT), 4 Parilli (VG, scratched), 31 Janowicz (NM), 19 Campbell (VG, scratched). Grades 33% NM to NM/MT, 47% EX to EX/MT, 20% VG to VG/EX.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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