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Auction Details:
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Sold Price
Auction End date
27 Aug 2016
Seller Location
Mount Crawford, Virginia

Item Description

Seller's Estimate: USD 1,500 - 2,000

1961 TOPPS BASEBALL CARDS, COMPLETE SET OF 587, including #2 R. Maris, #10 B. Robinson, #20 R. Roberts, #30 N. Fox, #35 R. Santo, #80 H. Killebrew, #89 B. Martin, #120 E. Mathews, #141 B. Williams, #150 W. Mays, #160 W. Ford, #200 W. Spahn, #211 B. Gibson, #228 N. Y. Yankees Team, #260 D. Drysdale, #287 C. Yastrzemski, #290 S. Musial, #300 M. Mantle, #307 World Series Game 2 - Mantle Slams Two Homers, #330 R. Colavito, #344 S. Koufax, #350 E. Banks, #360 F. Robinson, #371 B. Skowron, #388 R. Clemente, #415 H. Aaron, #417 J. Marichal, #425 Y. Berra, #429 A. Kaline, #430 B. Mazeroski, #435 O. Cepeda, #436 J. Maloney, #440 L. Aparicio, #443 D. Snider, #455 E. Wynn, #517 W. McCovey, #525 R. Perranoski, #531 J. Coates, #542 Minnesota Twins Team, #545 H. Wilhelm, #554 Pittsburgh Pirates Team, #563 B. Cerv, and #565 F. Alou; #575 E. Banks All Star graded and slabbed by PSA NM 7, #586 W. Ford All Star graded and slabbed by Starx Cards NM/MT 8.5. In clear plastic binder sheets houses in three ring binder, except two graded examples as described.


Condition Report:
Excellent condition overall, many better, including some near mint; minimal edge and corner wear, some print lines as made, a few with a rough edge as made, some with minor creases, minor residue, and/or fuzzy or slightly rounded corners, some off-center; described examples excellent or better, except #29 Robert with crease/bump to one corner, #141 Williams with minor surface wear and a print smudge to border, #160 Ford with some surface wear and print smudges to border, #290 Musial with light print line across, #300 Mantle excellent to near mint except vertical print line near right edge, #330 Colavito with two faint scratches to face, #344 Koufax with print lines across and some minor wear, #443 Snider and #455 Wynn with minor residue to some corners; #415 Aaron, #429 Kaline, and #440 Aparicio off-center.CONDITION NOTE: All condition reports are based on general, overall observations only, and are not meant to serve as a detailed analysis of condition. Please contact the department with your specific condition questions.

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Summer Variety Auction offered by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
Saturday, August 27, 2016 | 06:30AM GMT-07:00
Mt. Crawford, Virginia, USA