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Old 06-20-2018, 02:38 PM
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Default toughest 60's rookie

Value aside, Seaver got em all beat. It's not even close.
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The 1967 Topps Seaver card was the last card I needed to complete the decade of the 1960s! I remember when the 1965 Topps Carlton rookie was hot stuff and very valuable, must that must of fallen off the radar by now?
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'66T Choo Choo Coleman.
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'66T Choo Choo Coleman.
Hey, don't besmirch Choo Choo!! I sent one of mine in and got an 8.
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Seaver i think he's tougher than uecker or grant jackson. like said earlier no regular issue 60s topps card is really all that difficult. ps choo choo coleman's rookie is not the sp 66 high number.

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The Seaver is a beast to find without a tilt. Just not many out there. I suspect one half sheet had all the tilted ones on it and the more centered/straight ones appeared on the other half sheet.

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Being a Dodger collector, I still have not added Ken McMullen or Bart Shirley rookies!
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I have to agree with Seaver. In addition to being a tough '67 High #, he's a HOFer and a Met/Red, which most certainly increase the demand for the card and making it harder to locate.
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Old 06-22-2018, 07:55 AM
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Default I truly believe its seaver.

There was a time i owned a 100 Jackson/Shirley rookies, i think it was actually 93 but i haven't owned that many seavers in my life and i have been buying and selling since 1979.
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Old 06-22-2018, 12:34 PM
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Default 60's Rookies

Recently sold one of each of those rookies and did quite well. Sharp, strong-centered Jackson rookies do very, very well.
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