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300 Old Vintage Topps Baseball Cards in Sealed Pack Lot Gift Package

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This lot includes factory sealed vintage Topps baseball packs.
The individual cards total 300 or more!
Tons of unopened packs for you to tear through looking for your favorite baseball stars!
Look for rookies and stars from assorted years.
Ideal for gift giving, collecting or taking a walk down memory lane.

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This lot is for 300 Topps Baseball cards that still sealed in original packs. Packs will be from a variety of years. Some of the possible players to look for are Nolan Ryan, Pete Rose, Chipper Jones, Frank Thomas, George Brett, Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa, Ken Griffey Jr. and many other hall of famers and superstars. This lot will contain packs from only Topps brand in different years. The photo shows a sampling of what you will receive, actual packs may be slightly different. Each lot will include at least 300 cards total in sealed Topps packs.

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  1. Jerry

    Topps card packs were opened beforehand…. Any good cards were taken and replaced with dudsRead more

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  2. David LaPan

    First of all I wasn’t expecting a lot but I was expecting at least a variety of different years of the 80s and 90s. Instead I got multiple packs of 1988 and 1989 Topps and some 1992 Topps… Definitely not worth the money.Read more

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  3. The Laugh Academy

    I read the product write up and saw 300 card count and a photo of many packs of cards. “Tons of unopened packs…” the write up said. I thought I was ordering 300 packs of baseball cards. Imagine my surprise when 21 packs arrived that must have 14 cards each in them. Disappointed, but buyer beware as reading the product description more carefully it does say “individual cards total 300.”Read more

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  4. Ethan.lith

    Ok so I’ve loved baseball since the day I 1st stepped on the diamond, and throughout the years I’ve always collected baseball cards all the way up until now (I’m 18) but they were always mainly cards that were new for that year and sometimes from years before. Well recently I was going through my 2000+ baseball card collection and realised that I didnt have a single vintage card. So the next day I came on to Amazon like any other person would looking for something specific and I looked up vintage baseball cards. And this was the 1st thing that came up so i clicked on it read it over and placed the order. I recieved them on Tuesday and immediately went to open them. And can I just say that to whomever says they were already opened and the valuable cards were taken out, I’m sorry to say, your being naive. U gotta understand that this is how packs of baseball cards r suppose to b, it’s almost like gambling u spend money on cards and u think your buying valuable cards for a very cheap price but that’s not the case. The whole point of these packs is that u never know what your gonna get, there is no guarantee whatsoever that your gonna get anything good. But however I do have good news. This specific seller is 100% selling these packs unopened. And I can say this because I got tons of big name players from between 88-92. But however I may have gotten really lucky with these packs because I managed to pull 2 topps 750 ’88 Bo Jackson cards, a topps 250 ’89 Cal Ripken Jr. (Which I did some research on and this specific card is one of/if not the most valuable Cal card u can find), and the topps 779 Tom Glavine rookie card which is the most valuable Glavine card u can find as well. So overall u shouldn’t get skeptical about this seller, and also realise that there is no guarante your gonna get amazing cards. But if u r really wanting some vintage cards I highly recommend this seller.Read more

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  5. Amy Brafford

    Got these for my mom (who is on hospice) to give my dad, he has always liked collecting cards. When I first opened thought it wasn’t unopened packs. The ones in the clear wrappers that weren’t in pic shown were misleading. But they all were unopened packs. Not really anything valuable as far as the cards received. There were a few he liked though. I didnt know but he said you can usually get these types of old packs of cards at flee markets for around a $1 a pack. But he still appreciated the thought and enjoyed opening. I wouldn’t buy again though.Read more

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  6. Erick K.

    When package arrived, packs were all loose inside bag, so before i opened i knew a lot of cards would have rough corners as result. Packs werent in sealed tight wrapping. As far as cards, got alot of good names like Bonds, Canseco, Ripken, Puckett, Mattingly, Jackson and so on. Though, good amount so so shape because how it was shipped. Didnt get variety of yrs, 6 packs of 89 topps, 2 wax packs and 2 rack packs of 88 topps, and 6 total packs of stadium from 92 and 93. 2 packs of Topps Big cards too that were in bad shape. If shipping is better and there is more variety with packs, would def buy again because like i mentioned got alot of good names.Read more

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  7. ControlerRain

    I received 298 cards, the listing claims “300+” and “over 300”. None of the cards in the picture. The retail cost of the packs I received, as pictured is about $21. They’re good enough for fun, and for most of us the price includes fast shipping. Because it isn’t as described you can return them if you don’t like what you got, I didn’t. If you want to keep the item and get a partial (I’ve never done that, but some do) you’d have to contact the seller and haggle like you do on other platforms according to Amazon customer service December 2020. Tacky in my opinion. It’s best if you order with lower expectations.Read more

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  8. Running for fun

    Weathered and warpedRead more

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  9. Jerry

    Topps card packs were opened beforehand…. Any good cards were taken and replaced with dudsRead more

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  10. David LaPan

    First of all I wasn’t expecting a lot but I was expecting at least a variety of different years of the 80s and 90s. Instead I got multiple packs of 1988 and 1989 Topps and some 1992 Topps… Definitely not worth the money.Read more

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  11. The Laugh Academy

    I read the product write up and saw 300 card count and a photo of many packs of cards. “Tons of unopened packs…” the write up said. I thought I was ordering 300 packs of baseball cards. Imagine my surprise when 21 packs arrived that must have 14 cards each in them. Disappointed, but buyer beware as reading the product description more carefully it does say “individual cards total 300.”Read more

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  12. Ethan.lith

    Ok so I’ve loved baseball since the day I 1st stepped on the diamond, and throughout the years I’ve always collected baseball cards all the way up until now (I’m 18) but they were always mainly cards that were new for that year and sometimes from years before. Well recently I was going through my 2000+ baseball card collection and realised that I didnt have a single vintage card. So the next day I came on to Amazon like any other person would looking for something specific and I looked up vintage baseball cards. And this was the 1st thing that came up so i clicked on it read it over and placed the order. I recieved them on Tuesday and immediately went to open them. And can I just say that to whomever says they were already opened and the valuable cards were taken out, I’m sorry to say, your being naive. U gotta understand that this is how packs of baseball cards r suppose to b, it’s almost like gambling u spend money on cards and u think your buying valuable cards for a very cheap price but that’s not the case. The whole point of these packs is that u never know what your gonna get, there is no guarantee whatsoever that your gonna get anything good. But however I do have good news. This specific seller is 100% selling these packs unopened. And I can say this because I got tons of big name players from between 88-92. But however I may have gotten really lucky with these packs because I managed to pull 2 topps 750 ’88 Bo Jackson cards, a topps 250 ’89 Cal Ripken Jr. (Which I did some research on and this specific card is one of/if not the most valuable Cal card u can find), and the topps 779 Tom Glavine rookie card which is the most valuable Glavine card u can find as well. So overall u shouldn’t get skeptical about this seller, and also realise that there is no guarante your gonna get amazing cards. But if u r really wanting some vintage cards I highly recommend this seller.Read more

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  13. Amy Brafford

    Got these for my mom (who is on hospice) to give my dad, he has always liked collecting cards. When I first opened thought it wasn’t unopened packs. The ones in the clear wrappers that weren’t in pic shown were misleading. But they all were unopened packs. Not really anything valuable as far as the cards received. There were a few he liked though. I didnt know but he said you can usually get these types of old packs of cards at flee markets for around a $1 a pack. But he still appreciated the thought and enjoyed opening. I wouldn’t buy again though.Read more

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  14. Erick K.

    When package arrived, packs were all loose inside bag, so before i opened i knew a lot of cards would have rough corners as result. Packs werent in sealed tight wrapping. As far as cards, got alot of good names like Bonds, Canseco, Ripken, Puckett, Mattingly, Jackson and so on. Though, good amount so so shape because how it was shipped. Didnt get variety of yrs, 6 packs of 89 topps, 2 wax packs and 2 rack packs of 88 topps, and 6 total packs of stadium from 92 and 93. 2 packs of Topps Big cards too that were in bad shape. If shipping is better and there is more variety with packs, would def buy again because like i mentioned got alot of good names.Read more

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  15. ControlerRain

    I received 298 cards, the listing claims “300+” and “over 300”. None of the cards in the picture. The retail cost of the packs I received, as pictured is about $21. They’re good enough for fun, and for most of us the price includes fast shipping. Because it isn’t as described you can return them if you don’t like what you got, I didn’t. If you want to keep the item and get a partial (I’ve never done that, but some do) you’d have to contact the seller and haggle like you do on other platforms according to Amazon customer service December 2020. Tacky in my opinion. It’s best if you order with lower expectations.Read more

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  16. Running for fun

    Weathered and warpedRead more

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