Two 1970s Topps uncut production sheets, with 132 cards on each sheet, complete with printed reverses, loaded with Hall of Famers and stars, including Mike Schmidt, Dave Winfield, Rod Carew, George Brett, Eddie Murray, and Tom Seaver. These are full 132-card production sheets, each measuring approximately 28.25 x 43 inches, arranged in twelve rows of eleven cards each. 1) 1976 Topps:
The sheet includes two triple-printed rows of Topps Traded cards (representing sixty-six cards in total) and the remaining sixty-six cards on the sheet are different. The six Hall of Famers featured on the sheet are Carew, Fingers, Fisk, and three Jenkins Traded. The sheet displays varying imperfections, mostly relegated to the edges, including creases, light staining, and wear to the edges, all of which are common when dealing with these large uncut sheets. Three corners are missing and one has a few tack holes. 2) 1979 Topps:
Featuring 121 different cards and a single double-printed row. The fifteen Hall of Famers featured on the sheet are Blyleven, Brett, Carew, Carlton, Eckersley, Fingers, two Hunter, Molitor, Murray, Schmidt, two Seaver, Stargell, and Winfield. Light creasing affecting the interior cards along with minor imperfections along the edges, including creases and wear to the corners, all of which are common when dealing with these large uncut sheets. While the sheets are in overall modest condition, both of them present with bold colors and would be ideal candidates for framing. Two relatively affordable uncut sheets from these classic 1970s Topps issues, highlighted by several key Hall of Famers. Total: 2 sheets. Reserve $200. Estimate (open).
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