The Topps Sell Sheet / Photo Project — 1970

1970 Topps is probably my least favorite vintage design. The gray fronts just aren't very appealing to me and I don't care for the cursive writing. However, there is something about the bright yellow backs with navy print that I do like. Maybe it is because the combination of the bright colors makes it easy to read the stats. My 1970 Topps set is 100 percent complete in EX+ condition. My favorite card in the set is Nolan Ryan, a tough card to find since it is a high number SP. I have my set in a binder, however, I do not have a 1970 Topps sell sheet to go with it. In place of a sell sheet, I have a picture of a Topps wrapper and a Topps box. Here they are:
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Old Topps sell sheets are very hard to find. I'll continue to search for them and add to my collection. Obtaining one from each year 1951 to present was a dream of mine. Will it become a reality? At this point, it is doubtful but maybe with your help I can come one step closer. :0)



1970 Topps Baseball Set Break #  567 Bob Oliver EXMT/NM
1970 Topps Baseball Set Break # 567 Bob Oliver EXMT/NM
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1970 Topps Baseball Set Break #  581 Tom Satriano EXMT/NM
1970 Topps Baseball Set Break # 581 Tom Satriano EXMT/NM
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1970 Topps Baseball Set Break #  531 Ron Clark EXMT/NM
1970 Topps Baseball Set Break # 531 Ron Clark EXMT/NM
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1970 Topps Baseball Set Break #  532 Danny Murtaugh EXMT/NM
1970 Topps Baseball Set Break # 532 Danny Murtaugh EXMT/NM
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1970 Topps Baseball Set Break #  607 Gary Waslewski EXMT/NM
1970 Topps Baseball Set Break # 607 Gary Waslewski EXMT/NM
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1970 Topps Baseball Set Break #  571 Jim Brewer EXMT/NM
1970 Topps Baseball Set Break # 571 Jim Brewer EXMT/NM
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