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    1979 Topps "Wacky Packages Stickers" Series 1 Wax Box With 36 Unopened Packs. Controversial at times but mainly funny, goofy and yes, wacky! The concept wasn't new in 1979 but the popularity of "wacky packs" gained momentum in the late 1970's with Topps giving collectors 15 different series. Offered is a wax box with 36 unopened packs inside. The box has almost no wear and presents near-mint to mint with interior packs matching that level of quality. Packs have been reviewed and the box comes sealed by Steve Hart-Baseball Card Exchange.

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