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    1971 Topps Vending Box

    I recently purchased a new/old home,and this was in the attic.I actually collect vintage cards,and was puzzled by this when I seen it. There were no markings indicating what year the box was from,and I couldn't remember a set ever having exactly 500 cards in it. Obviously this box has been put through the ringer(it barely stays together and one of the sides is loose)but still I do not see these things posted often or I would have recognized it. With a little research I found out it was a 71 vending box(series 3). Ironically,it was filled with 1980 topps that were in excellent condition (no r.henderson's ) .I still thought it was a cool find,and worth posting since I haven't seen these things discussed very often. I have no idea what the handwriting says or who it's by fwiw.
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    "For the fun of it" about sums it all up eh?! Cool find. Sorry there was no Rickey rookie (and that they weren't 71s!), but fun nonetheless

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