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    1970's Football Playing Card Decks Pair (2). Offered is a pair of complete decks of football theme playing cards, each issued in the early 1960's and early 1970's. Includes: #1) 1972 Alabama Crimson Tide Playing Card Set (54). The cards are NM or better while the box has some wear and tape remnants; #2) 1963 Stancraft "NFL All Time Greats" Football Playing Card Sets (54 cards each) in original display tray and box. This set includes many of the greats who had played the game. Highlights include the likes of Baugh, Brown, Ditka, Graham, Halas, Hornung, Lambeau, Layne, Luckman, Perry, Taylor, Thorpe, Tittle, Van Brocklin, Waterfield and so many more. The outer cardboard slip-case shows light signs of age with very slight splits at a few corners. The inner plastic tray top and bottom both have cracking and hold two decks of cards. One deck is still in the original shrink wrap and is assumed to be MINT, the other is opened but NM or Better.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2011
    2nd Sunday
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