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    Complete 1962 Topps Green Tints Set for Trade

    What I have here is a very nice complete set of Topps 1962 Green Tints available for trade...






    And if you check in my 'Errors & Variations-a-palooza' thread, I also have many of the other major variations from this set (Checklists, #139 Reniff Portrait, Buhl without a logo, Tasby without a logo, 'Soul Patch' Dick Hall, etc.), so this is a great chance to put together the full master variation set.

    I'm into all of these cards a pretty penny, so I would definitely need some good stuff in return for it all.

    I'm not sure what I'm looking to get for this set, but I do always love these types of things:
    • HOF'ers in nice shape from the 50's and 60's
    • Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente & Mickey Mantle cards
    • 1958 Topps HOF'ers
    • Tough to find errors and variations from the 50's through the early 70's
    • 1964 Topps Stand-Ups (need virtually any in nice shape)
    • 1961-67 Topps high numbers and SP's
    • T-206's
    • 1954 Red Heart BB (need virtually any in nice shape)
    • 1972 Topps FB high numbers (need these in exmt+ shape: 271 Warfield AP, 277 Eller AP, 304 Dale, 308 Morrall, 312 Marsalis, 336 Marshall, 341 Butkus)
    • 1972-73 OPC Hockey starter set with stars and/or high numbers
    • 1963 Fleer BB stars and HOF'ers in exmt or better shape
    • And who knows what else. Sets, oddball things from the 50's and 60's?? I'm open to a wide range of things.

    If you're interested or have any questions, give me a shout and let's talk.

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