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Old 08-17-2017, 09:16 PM
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Old 08-31-2017, 10:49 AM
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Something to consider is that with the exception of 1961 Fleer (AFL & NFL), the Fleer sets were AFL only. As a new league, with fewer fans, it would be my guess that Fleer accordingly made fewer cards. It would in-turn make sense that still fewer survive in nice condition.

I collect signed AFL cards, and I can tell you that I come across vastly more signed 1960-1963 Topps cards than I do Fleer. My guess for that is that the NFL had established fans in those early years while the AFL was trying to build a following.

Anyway, I was able to complete a signed 1963 Fleer set in surprisingly nice shape (ExMt - NmMt) with the exception of Charles Long, which is Good at-best.
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