1959 TOPPS BASEBALL CARDS VINTAGE CHRISTMAS GIFT RACK PACKUp for Auction is a 1959 TOPPS BASEBALL CARDS VINTAGE CHRISTMAS GIFT RACK PACK. This Limited BaseBall Chirstmas Gift Rack Pack Features (12) Randomly Inserted 1959 Topps BaseBall Cards. Showing in the Picture Below, the (3) BaseBall Cards that are Visible through the Plastic Outter Wrapper of the BaseBall Rack Pack are Bill Burton, Willie Jones, Zack Monroe. On the Flip Side of the BaseBall Rack Pack the other (3) BaseBall Cards that are visible are #370 Pete Runnels, #358 Ralph Terry, #442 Ray Narleski. In Addition, the BaseBall Cards Showing through the Plastic Outter Wrapper of the BaseBall Rack Pack Appear to be in at Least Excellent-Mint Condition. Rest Assured this Christmas Gift Vintage BaseBall Rack Pack is Sealed with no Evidence of Tampering. The Beckett book Value for the lot of (12) BaseBall Cards in the Rack Pack is Unknown as the other (6) 1959 Topps BaseBall Cards are Hidden and Concealed within the BaseBall Rack Pack. PLUS + BaseBall Rack Pack is Protected with Bubble Wrap, then Secured with (2) Pieces of Firm CardBoard and Finally Cushioned with a Padded Envelope to Ensure the Highest Quality of Delivery. Shipping: CANADA $14.99 - Each Additional Item $5.99
WORLDWIDE $17.99 - Each Additional Item $5.99Payment Types: PayPal Preferred, Personal Check, Money Order, Cashiers Check or Cash .
Please Advise: PayPal Payments on items which sell for over $500 or unless otherwise stated, the buyer is binded to pay PayPal fees (an additional 4%). If the buyer does not wish to pay the additional 4%, then Payment by Money Order, Cashier's Check and/or Cash will be the case.Background History: Baseball R ack packs were manufactured by a third party of Unknown Certainty and not by Topps. From 1952 to 1962 Topps sold all of their excess cards to a third party of Unknown Certainty after each year's BaseBall World Series, who then repackaged them for sale as Christmas presents. The commercial success of these Christmas Rack Packs was eventually noticed by Topps, who began manufacturing their own rack packs in 1960.
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