The Topps Sell Sheet / Photo Project — 1977

Back in 1977, I opened my very first pack of cards, 1977 Topps. My mom bought it for me after a trip to the grocery store. I was six years old. Fast forward 34 years and a million Topps packs later, and I'm still collecting Topps cards. I completed my 1977 Topps years ago in near mint condition. I wish I had a sell sheet for just 1977 Topps baseball cards but all I have is a sell sheet multiple products released that year. Here it is:
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To complement my set, I have the following pictures in sheets at the front of my 1977 Topps binder:
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I'm always looking for sell sheets. If you have any, please let me know. Thanks!



Lot 1977 Topps 26 New York Yankees Baseball Cards HOFer Reggie Jackson Included
Lot 1977 Topps 26 New York Yankees Baseball Cards HOFer Reggie Jackson Included
$18.00
Time Remaining: 1h 7m

1977 Topps Baseball #57 Marc Hill - San Francisco Giants and more
1977 Topps Baseball #57 Marc Hill - San Francisco Giants and more
$8.99
Time Remaining: 1h 12m

1977 Topps Baseball:Lot of 9 different
1977 Topps Baseball:Lot of 9 different
$3.80 (3 Bids)
Time Remaining: 1h 25m

1977 Topps EMPTY Baseball Rack Box
1977 Topps EMPTY Baseball Rack Box
$71.99
Time Remaining: 2h 1m
Buy It Now for only: $71.99

1977 TOPPS BASEBALL KANSAS CITY ROYALS GEORGE BRETT A.L. ALL-STAR CARD 580 VG-EX
1977 TOPPS BASEBALL KANSAS CITY ROYALS GEORGE BRETT A.L. ALL-STAR CARD 580 VG-EX
$5.40
Time Remaining: 2h 6m
Buy It Now for only: $5.40

1977 Topps Baseball Card Tom Seaver New York Mets Ex Mint # 150
1977 Topps Baseball Card Tom Seaver New York Mets Ex Mint # 150
$3.95
Time Remaining: 2h 14m
Buy It Now for only: $3.95

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2 Responses to The Topps Sell Sheet / Photo Project — 1977

  1. BSpenc says:

    This set is one of my favorites. I have a complete set as well, but several of the cards are poorly centered. Too bad Topps didn’t have any competition back in those days as they didn’t have to concern themselves too much with having perfect looking cards. There wasn’t anything else similar to buy instead. I’m thinking I may need to start replacing some of the poorly centered cards with better cards, though I know it’ll cost some money.

  2. Tom Vereline says:

    One of my earliest sets as well. Not in the greatest condition. I was 7, so I actually used a lot of the checklists on the back of cards.

    Tom

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