(25) 1989 Topps Ryne Sandberg Wrong Back ERROR MINT HOF

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 15,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction
Click an Image to Enlarge (25) 1989 Topps Ryne Sandberg Wrong Back ERROR MINT HOF
Wowzzer!! Check out the Front and Back Picture of these Very Rare ERROR Cards of Ryne Sandberg!! This Auction is for a Lot of Twenty Five (25) 1989 Topps Ryne Sandberg Wrong Back Error Cards with Ryne Sandberg on Front and Brad Havens on the Back of each Card!! This lot of Topps RARE ERROR Cards are over 20 Years old and these cards are in MINT Condition!! Remember –these are not regular Ryne Sandberg Cards- these are the VERY RARE Error Versions –Check out the Scan! THIS IS A MUST HAVE collectible for any Ryne Sandberg Collector!! Good Luck Bidding in these Great Collectible RARE ERROR CARDS!! Good Luck bidding! Be Sure to Check out our other Auctions for Rare Topps Error Cards of Mostly MLB Hall of Famers!! We do discount shipping for orders paid at the Same Time. We accept payment via Paypal within 7 days of auction close. Thanks Shipping Rate As a First Item As an Additional Item United States $4.59 $1.75 Canada $6.99 $2.49 International $8.99 $3.99

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