The Topps Sell Sheet / Photo Project — 1973

1973 Topps was the first of a run of Topps sets that had 660 cards in it. This set is not one of my favorites in terms of design. To me, it is very plain and lacks color. I have this set in NM condition having completed it a long time ago. I wish I had a sell sheet to help complement my set but I do not. I do have a retailer promo card as well as a 1973 Topps wrapper and wax box. Here they are:
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If anyone has Topps sell sheets or knows of a good place to get copies of them, please let me know! My email address is parker94ttu@gmail.com.

Thanks!



        STAN BAHNSEN 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #20 VG
STAN BAHNSEN 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #20 VG
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      RON HUNT 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #149 VG
RON HUNT 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #149 VG
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       RON FAIRLY 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #125   VG +
RON FAIRLY 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #125 VG +
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           RICK MONDAY 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #44 VG
RICK MONDAY 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD #44 VG
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1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD CARLTON FISK #193 Good shape
1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD CARLTON FISK #193 Good shape
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NOLAN RYAN 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD!!
NOLAN RYAN 1973 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD!!
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2 Responses to The Topps Sell Sheet / Photo Project — 1973

  1. Tom says:

    That’s not a 1973 wrapper. I’m inclined to believe it’s a ’74, b/c it states “all 660 cards now in one series”. The ’74 set was the first to be issued all at once; the ’73 set was issued in several series, the last Topps set to be issued that way.

    • cparker94 says:

      Yes, that’s a 1973 Topps wrapper. I believe some of the packs that year were in series, some included all 660 cards. Starting with 1964 Topps, all cards were found in one series until 1993.

      Craig from Texas

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