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    1978-1980 Topps Football Sets Lot of 3. Each set consists of 528 cards and date to a time when the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys dominated the league. The 1978 set grades an overall EX and includes #65 Terry Bradshaw (HOF), 200 Walter Payton (HOF), 290 Roger Staubach (HOF), 315 Tony Dorsett (R) (HOF); the 1979 set grades an overall NM/MT and includes #308 Ozzie Newsome (R) (HOF), 310 James Lofton (R) (HOF), 390 Earl Campbell (R) (HOF), 480 Walter Payton (HOF); the 1980 set grades an overall NM/MT and includes #160 Walter Payton (HOF), 200 Terry Bradshaw (HOF), 225 Phil Simms (R). Beckett Value= $247.50.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2004
    28th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 10
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