One good 1933 Goudey find deserves another.
Just a couple of days after Heritage Auctions revealed the consignment of a huge lot of ungraded Goudeys including all four Babe Ruth cards and a Nap Lajoie comes word from Robert Edward Auctions of another “raw” set.
No Lajoie here, but every other card in the set is included–and now off for grading. This one was put together long before there were companies grading cards and has sat untouched since completion four decades ago.
Bidding for the fourth best 1967 Topps set on PSA’s Set Registry is at $72,773 with 2 days left in the bidding at Mile High Card Company.
Over 95% of the cards are graded 9 or 10.
However, the set is also being offered as a break up of individual cards and if the total exceeds bidding on the complete set, the cards will be sold in that fashion. Right now, the individual cards add up to over $79,000.
The auction closes Thursday night.
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Topps released three more cards on its Living Set platform Wednesday–and the group of three includes the first player featured twice. Manny Machado gets a new card as a member of the Dodgers while Adrian Beltre and Cardinals rookie pitcher Jack Flaherty round out the trio. You can see them here.