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    1987-88 Topps "Garbage Pail Kids" Stickers Series 12 Wax Box Pair (2). One of the most popular toys of the 1980's was the Cabbage Patch Kids dolls. Their popularity led to fights in stores at prime X-mas shopping days with adults acting more like the kids they left at home. There were six '60's Topps Batman series. There are ten sets dedicated to the three Star Wars movies but no less than 15 different series were dedicated to "Garbage Pail Kids" produced between 1985 and 1988! Irreverent, abusive and just darn right mean are some of the parodies of the beloved dolls. The public criticism probably just fueled sales. Offered is a pair of 1987/1988 Topps "Garbage Pail Kids" Series 12 wax boxes. Each box includes 48 packs. Authenticated and sealed by Steve Hart-Baseball Card Exchange.

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    May, 2021
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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