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1969 Topps Football Wax Pack (12 Cards Available)

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$395.00  per card

Possibly contains a PSA 10 of:
Joe Namath worth $20,000+
Larry Csonka rookie worth $20,000+
Gale Sayers worth $10,000+
Bob Griese worth $10,000+
Brian Piccolo worth $10,000+!

4 cards left
 
SKU
FB0528

Pack Breakdown

Larry Csonka rookie and ONLY trading card of Brian Piccolo!

This is graded and sealed 1969 TOPPS FOOTBALL WAX PACK could possibly contain a PSA 10 Gem Mint card of Larry Csonka rookie, Brian Piccolo, Joe Namath, Leroy Kelly, Bob Griese, Bart Starr, Dick Butkus, and Fran Tarkenton estimated to be worth $10,000++!

Also, look for PSA 10’s of Nick Buoniconti, Daryl Lamonica, Sonny Jurgensen, Jim Otto, Bart Starr, Ray Nitschke, Fred Biletnikoff, George Blanda, Johnny Unitas, Bob Hayes, Checklist, Deacon Jones, and Floyd Little worth $1,000 to $4,000+!

Plus, look for other great Hall of Famers!

Look for rare and exclusive four-in-one inserts featuring some great Hall of Famers!

Of the 12 cards in the wax packs, as many as three were reportedly mini cards - also known as four-in-one inserts - that showcased four mini-player stamps (measuring 1" by 1-1/2" each). Oddly, 19 of the players in the 66-card, four-in-one set are not featured on cards in the regular 1969 Topps Football set! Card #s 27 and 28 have variations of the same four players. Highlights include rookies Larry Csonka and Brian Piccolo, as well as cards containing Hall of Famers Joe Namath, Bart Starr, Don Meredith, George Blanda and Jack Kemp and John Unitas and Mel Renfro

Topps used the backs of ten second series cards to create a Fran Tarkenton puzzle that could be pieced together. Those cards are missing the traditional biography, stats, and cartoon.

263 total cards in the 1969 Topps Football set.

There are 44 possible Hall of Fame cards in the set!

This was also the last year you see team logos on both the cards and the helmets in the photos of the players. Starting in 1970 and for the next 11 years, Topps chose not to pay the licensing fee required to use those symbols.

BONUS Mini-Card Album (Randomized at end of rip to one lucky winner!)


Sales History - Top 5+ Cards

A PSA 10 #100 Joe Namath sold for $15,111 in 2016

A PSA 10 #51 Gale Sayers sold for $12,426 in 2020

A PSA 10 #25 Johnny Unitas sold for $4,727 in 2010

A PSA 9 #132b Checklist (WB) sold for $2,282 in 2021

A PSA 9 #51 Gale Sayers sold for $5,522 in 2021

A PSA 9 #1 Leroy Kelly sold for $3,480 in 2022

A PSA 9 #120 Larry Csonka sold for $3,400 in 2022

A PSA 9 #100 Joe Namath sold for $2,760 in 2022

A PSA 9 #132b Checklist sold for $2,282 in 2021

A PSA 9 #26 Brian Piccolo sold for $2,000 in 2022

A PSA 9 #139 Dick Butkus sold for $1,575 in 2022

A PSA 9 #215 Johnny Unitas sold for $1,150 in 2022


*When all the cards in this pack are sold out, we will open it via our live broadcast on our YouTube Channel and Facebook Live Channel!

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