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1963 Fleer Complete Set Including Checklist (67)

Starting Bid - $400, Sold For - $1,528

98% Ex-Mt to Nr/Mt-Mt (averaging Nr/Mt), 2% slightly lesser. The 1963 Fleer set is considered by many to be among the most attractive as well as significant issues of the early 1960s. These cards have long been a special favorite of collectors, and with good reason: They are far rarer than Topps issues from the era; they are unusual; they have a great significance to the history of the "bubble-gum card wars"; and the set is relatively small and includes so many great stars from the golden era of the early 1960s. The fact that this set is very challenging to collect in high grade, and has a rare checklist card which is extremely difficult to find in high grade, gives this set a mystique and all-the-greater appeal to serious collectors. 1963 Fleer are never going out of style with advanced collectors. This is one of the premier sets of the 1960s. Eleven cards have been graded by PSA. Keys: #4 B. Robinson (NM 7), 5 Mays (natural diamond cut, otherwise Ex), 8 Yastrzemski (NM 7), 41 Drysdale (NM 7), 42 Koufax (NM 7), 43 Wills RC (natural diamond cut, otherwise Nr/Mt), 45 Spahn (natural diamond cut, otherwise Ex-Mt), 46 Adcock (NM 7), 56 Clemente (EX-MT 6), 61 Gibson (EX-MT 6), and Checklist (unchecked, Gd). The four additional PSA-graded cards are as follows: #18 (NM-MT 8), 25 (NM 7 [ST]), 37 (NM-MT 8), and 55 (NM-MT 8). Very crisp, sharp, attractive complete set of this extremely popular and scarce early 1960s issue. The SMR value for just the ten graded cards (not including the one qualified card and the 56 ungraded cards) is $863. Total: 67 cards. Reserve $400. Estimate $800/$1,200.

SOLD FOR $1,528


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