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    1962 Post Cereal Football Partial Set (87/200) Plus Almost 50 Extras. Offered is an 87-card partial set of 1962 Post Cereal football cards plus a selection of 46 extras. Don't let the extras put you off, many are stars and top name HoFers including Jim Brown, Unitas and no less than four Fran Tarkenton rookie cards. Note: All scarce numbers were checked, if you don't see them listed below, they are not included. Highlights Include: #'s 4 Gregg (3: 2 EX, VG), 6 Hornung (3: EX, VG, GD), 12 Starr (EX), 59 Schmidt (EX), 61 Brown (2: VG, color touch), 90 Unitas (2: EX, VG/EX), 103 St. Clair (FR), 169 Pardee (VG) and 184 Tarkenton (5: 2 EX, EX/wax on front, 2 VG). Cards have been hand cut with attention paid to the supplied key line. Only a small percentage would be considered un-reasonably small. In their hand cut state, the cards grade 47% EX to EX/MT, 35% VG to VG/EX, 18% lesser. Total 133 cards.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    29th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 13
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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