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    1954 Topps "World on Wheels" High Grade Near Set (160/180) Plus Empty Wax Box. In the 1950's, the car was king. As with many other trends, Topps was right on top of it with a trading card set befitting the current craze. This edition showcased cars, trains, trucks, etc. with both present day and from the past. Today, Topps' "World On Wheels" series is one of the most popular vehicle related releases. The empty 24-count 5-cent wax box presents excellent but has one corner separation and a piece of tape. This 160-card near set contains the low numbers (#'s 1-160). Thirteen cards have been graded by PSA. Includes: Graded - PSA MINT 9: 5 cards, #'s 91, 109, 110, 117, 149; PSA NM-MT+ 8.5: 2 cards, #'s 23, 53; PSA NM-MT 8: 4 cards, #'s 36, 52, 131, 159; PSA NM 7: 2 cards, #'s 63, 93. Grades 38% NM to NM/MT, 31% EX to EX/MT, 31% VG to VG/EX.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 5
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