The Topps Sell Sheet / Photo Project — 1984

Whenever I think of 1984 Topps, Don Mattingly's rookie card immediately comes to mind. His cards were very popular during the baseball card boom of the late 80's and early 90's. I completed my set by pack busting and trading with friends. One thing that I have not been able to locate which sure would be a welcomed addition to my collection, is a sell sheet from 1984 Topps. I do have a few from 1984 but not one that is for 1984 Topps wax packs. Here is what I have:
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Also in my collection, I have added a copy of a wax pack wrapper and a wax box. Here are those:
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If you know someone that has just the 1984 Topps wax pack sell sheet, please let me know!!!

Thanks!!!



1984 TOPPS BASEBALL METS DWIGHT GOODEN ROOKIE CARD TRADED SET 42-T EXMT CENTERED
1984 TOPPS BASEBALL METS DWIGHT GOODEN ROOKIE CARD TRADED SET 42-T EXMT CENTERED
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1984 Topps Baseball 3 card LOT Nolan Ryan/Highlights - #4 / # 70 /# 66
1984 Topps Baseball 3 card LOT Nolan Ryan/Highlights - #4 / # 70 /# 66
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Bob James, Expos,  1984  #579 Topps Baseball Card GD COND
Bob James, Expos, 1984 #579 Topps Baseball Card GD COND
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Cello Pack 1984 Topps Baseball w/ Tom Seaver on top New York Mets
Cello Pack 1984 Topps Baseball w/ Tom Seaver on top New York Mets
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1984 Topps Traded Baseball Card Set 1-132
1984 Topps Traded Baseball Card Set 1-132
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1984 Topps Sealed Traded Baseball Card Set
1984 Topps Sealed Traded Baseball Card Set
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4 Responses to The Topps Sell Sheet / Photo Project — 1984

  1. BSpenc says:

    My AAU basketball coach was a baseball card fanatic. He had uncut sheets of this set framed in his house. One was in his living room. His family probably thought he was crazy, but I was mesmorized by it everytime I was at their house.

    • cparker94 says:

      That’s cool! As a little kid my dad gave me a few sheets of 1978 Topps football that he brought back from Duryea, PA. He told me I could do whatever I want with them but they would be more valuable if I left them alone. So let me set the scene for you — a little kid, sheets of football cards, and a pair of scissors. Need I say more? :0)

      Craig from Texas

  2. Kirk Miller says:

    Why does the first sell sheet show 1983 in the image??

    • cparker94 says:

      Well you should get a “Detective of the Year” badge for noticing that! I never noticed that but my immediate thought is they published the sell sheet before the 1984 card design was completed. Thank you for reading my blog. I appreciate it!

      Craig from Texas

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