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    Question help plsease

    I have this factory liltho from topps archives its an uncut sheet and it has the set. its hockey. and is in a frame and is nice. Al the card shop owner knows nothing about how many are made, and realitive book value. could some one please help me. so i have a rough idea. thank you

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    i believe 2001 topps archives the set i know books for 60.00 but the one i told u i dont know. i will check it out one min ok i lie it was 2002 :) thanks

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    yes that is the sheet, its an uncut sheet of it in a frame and on the bottom it says precision lithlo and all that good stuff not for resale. do you no anything else about it :)

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    Originally posted by Aaron
    yes that is the sheet, its an uncut sheet of it in a frame and on the bottom it says precision lithlo and all that good stuff not for resale. do you no anything else about it :)
    I've been trying to find out but haven't had any luck as of yet.

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    i have been told...

    darren at the card shop said he thinks it was a redemption and only 30 were made. can any one confirm or deny? if it is that
    what does it put the value u at? i cannot find it in the charlton or beckett.

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