Monday, September 5, 2011

Recently Added: 1962 Topps Baseball Low Number Set - Very Good/Excellent

Check out our new 1962 Topps Baseball Low Number Set..

This 1962 Topps Baseball low number set contains cards 1-522. The last series (523-598) is NOT included. The last series of this set contains mostly "no name" players and is fairly hard to collect due to the majority of cards being short printed. Low number sets like this one, are popular with collectors because you get almost the entire set and all major stars, at a fraction of the cost.

The important sub-series for this set include the popular Babe Ruth series, summarizing the life and career of Ruth (135-144) and the Sporting Magazine All Star Series American League (466-475) and National League (390-399).

Rookie cards included in this set include: Boog Powell, Lou Brock, and Gaylord Perry.

This set is loaded with hall of famers including: Koufax, Clemente, Mantle, Mays, Banks, Stengel, Mathews, Cepeda, B. Robinson, Musial, Maris, Killebrew, Fox, Hodges, Spahn, Kaline, Perry, Ashburn, Ford, Roberts, B. Williams, Mazeroski, Berra, Wynn, Brock, Aaron, F. Robinson, Snider, Marichal, Wilhelm, and Schoendienst.

The high-dollar cards grade as follows:
#1 Maris: Excellent
#5 Koufax:  Very Good/Excellent
#10 Clemente: Excellent
#18 Managers' Dream (Mantle & Mays): Excellent
#50 Musial: Excellent
#53 A.L. Home Run Leaders (Maris & Mantle): Very Good
#200 Mantle: Very Good/Excellent
#300 Mays: Very Good
#318 Mantle IA: Excellent
#320 Aaron: Very Good
#387 Brock RC: Very Good
#425 Yaz: Very Good/Excellent
#471 Mantle AS: Excellent

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