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1955-1978 Non-Sports Sets/Singles/Pack Collection with 1963 Astronaut 3-D Cards

Lot Number 1455

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Grow your non-sport card collection with this vintage lot of sets, singles and packs. This exciting better grade assortment features popular real-life and fictional subjects including astronaut, jet plane, super-hero, humor, action and television related themes from favorite factories Topps. Fleer, Philadelphia and Exhibit.

 

Featured are:

 

1955 Exhibit Jet Planes (39) mostly different cards in average (EX-MT to NM-MT) condition

 

1963 Topps Astronaut cards with 3-D backs, includes: (4) unopened cello packs with viewers in appealing condition with deference to moderate compromising on the edges of the wrappers; (46) mostly different singles in average (VG-EX to EX-MT) condition; and (2) complete viewers and (4) partial viewers

 

1963 Topps Valentine Foldees (19) with (17) different and (2) duplicates in average (VG to VG-EX) condition

 

1966 Topps The Rat Patrol near set of (64/66) in average (VG-EX to EX-MT) condition with deference to card numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 which average (GD to VG), the two absent cards are numbers 36 and 39

 

1966 Philadelphia Gum Tarzan (370+) cards with (1) complete set of (66) and (300+) duplicates which will yield multiple near/partial sets, all in average (EX-MT to NM-MT+) condition with bright, glossy surfaces, generally sharp corners and bright white borders, the cards in this group are slightly curved and look to have been pulled from a vending box

 

1967 Fleer Mr. Magoo Tattoo with Gum packs in excellent condition with clean bright wrappers, though some wrappers have come open the packs remain tight and present in original condition

 

1978 DC Super-Hero Stickers complete set of (30) with rare Langendorf logo in average (EX-MT to NM-MT) condition




 



 
 
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