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1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9
1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9
1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9
1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9
1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9
1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9
1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9
1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9

1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set Group Break #9

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It's like opening a pack of 1956 Topps baseball cards, except someone is guaranteed to hit the stars. Someone will take home the Mantle, Aaron, and Clemente for just $16.50 each. Others will get other stars, commons, or high numbers.

Note: This set has both gray and white back variations for numbers 1-180! That means there are doubles of all the stars in that range like Mantle, Koufax, Clemente and more! Also, note that the set actually has two white back Jackie Robinson's because one is a little off-color on the back, so it looks gray on first glance.

1956 Topps Complete Set Break Pricing Info

$16.50 = 1 random card from the group set break

$3.50 = Shipping to US (Free shipping on orders over $75)

International shipping calculated based on location

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Condition Info: Overall, this set is in GD to NM condition, with some worse and some better, while the majority of the cards falls in the VG-EX range. The key stars in the set break are scanned. For the purpose of this break, the white back variations of #1-180 will serve as #341-520 in this break.

Thank you for your participation in this 1956 Topps vintage set break. 

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