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1969 Topps Stamps

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The 1969 Topps set of baseball player stamps contains 240 individual stamps and 24 separate albums, 10 stamps and one album per major league team. The stamps were issued in strips of 12 and have gummed backs. Each stamp measures 1" by 1 7/16". The eight-page albums are bright orange and have an autograph feature on the back cover. The stamps are numbered here alphabetically within each team and the teams are listed in alphabetical order within league,… [Read More]

The 1969 Topps set of baseball player stamps contains 240 individual stamps and 24 separate albums, 10 stamps and one album per major league team. The stamps were issued in strips of 12 and have gummed backs. Each stamp measures 1" by 1 7/16". The eight-page albums are bright orange and have an autograph feature on the back cover. The stamps are numbered here alphabetically within each team and the teams are listed in alphabetical order within league, e.g., Atlanta Braves NL (1-10), Chicago Cubs (11-20), Cincinnati Reds (21-30), Houston Astros (31-40), Los Angeles Dodgers (41-50), Montreal Expos (51-60), New York Mets (61-70), Philadelphia Phillies (71-80), Pittsburgh Pirates (81-90), San Diego Padres (91-100), San Francisco Giants (101-110), St. Louis Cardinals (111-120), Baltimore Orioles AL (121-130), Boston Red Sox (131-140), California Angels (141-150), Chicago White Sox (151-160), Cleveland Indians (161-170), Detroit Tigers (171-180), Kansas City Royals (181-190), Minnesota Twins (191-200), New York Yankees (201-210), Oakland A's (211-220), Seattle Pilots (221-230) and Washington Senators (231-240). Stamps still in the original uncut sheets are valued at twice the listed prices below. These stamps were issued in five-cent wax packs which came 24 packs to a box. [Collapse]

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