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Old 09-07-2019, 06:19 PM
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Long time collector, but new to this site. I have been fascinated with the prices realized by all the high number commons from the 1960's Topps sets. There is a thread on here with an "unofficial" price guide for 1967 Topps. Has there been other guides posted on the site for the 1961, 1962, 1965 or 1967 Topps sets. Thank you in advance for any help any of the other collectors on here.
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Old 09-07-2019, 06:57 PM
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Most of them you can find pricing for raw by searching sold values on eBay or looking for the currently for sale listings on COMC to get "retail" pricing. If you're talking graded, they trade regularly enough to look up on PSA's Auction Prices Realized site.
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I would agree that the most realistic price guide you are going to find is eBay sold listings.

High numbers are a strange bird, and as I have gotten older fascinate me because as a kid (I didnít start collecting until Ď86) I never had to deal with that phenomenon.

I think itís interesting that some high numbers, even from a set notorious for them like Ď67 Topps - seem to be more plentiful than once thought, and even on eBay in high grade can be had for a relative bargain - while others appear to have been justifiably rare then and still are, and continue to command premiums today. I guess itís just the market continuing to slowly evolve and allocate more efficiently. A good reason likely I will never complete a Ď67 set - thanks for Seaver and Carew there, Topps...


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I agree eBay sold listings are great for pricing, but some of the cards are all over the place in the same grade. I recently finished up the 1967 Hi# Series and the guide that was listed on here a few years back was very helpful and I just didn't know if someone tried to do the same with any of the other hi# runs from other years. Might have to start compiling some myself!!
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I agree eBay sold listings are great for pricing, but some of the cards are all over the place in the same grade. I recently finished up the 1967 Hi# Series and the guide that was listed on here a few years back was very helpful and I just didn't know if someone tried to do the same with any of the other hi# runs from other years. Might have to start compiling some myself!!
I put together the 67 price guide you're referencing a few years ago and eBay sold listings were my primary source. While the $ amounts may fluctuate slightly I think it's a good guide for the relative scarcity/demand of the cards. I.E. there's a big group of $5 cards, group of $8 cards, then $12-15 cards, $20 cards, etc.

I did do the same thing for '66. My opinion is the other years don't have the same variance in values of the "common" high numbers. For the most part, every "common" high number from 59, 60, 61, 62 (SPs are a little more valuable, but well documented), 63 (#496 is an outlier) are all about the same. '64, '65, and '68-'72 are all much more available and cheaper so no analysis is necessary.

For what it's worth, here's my '66 "unofficial" price guide. I didn't spend as much time on it an haven't really kept track of it like I did '67 so it may not be as accurate, but it's a start.

524 Giants RC 12

525 Bell 17

526 Twins TC 35

527 Navarro 10

528 Gonder 15

529 White Sox RC 6

530 Roberts 15

531 Cunningham 4

532 Monteagudo 14

533 Adair 6

534 Mets RC 8

535 Davis 12

536 Egan 4

537 Franks 5

538 Allen 12

539 Astros RC 12

540 McLain 32

541 Oliver 12

542 Smith 5

543 Craig 12

544 Cardinals RC 40

545 Green 12

546 Siebler 10

547 Clarke 35

548 Kroll 10

549 RC 4

550 McCovey 30

551 Purkey 10

552 Tebbetts 12

553 RC 10

554 Northrup 12

555 Perranoski 25

556 Queen 20

557 Mantilla 10

558 Red Sox RC 13

559 Pena 15

560 Horlen 7

561 Coleman 45

562 Snyder 18

563 Twins RC 12

564 Chance 12

565 Piersall 15

566 Cuellar 12

567 Howser 12

568 RC 5

569 McFarlane 15

570 Mahaffey 18

571 Roberts 8

572 Priddy 4

573 Griffith 4

574 Mets RC 10

575 Wilson 4

576 Nicholson 12

577 Lamabe 10

578 Olivo 12

579 Orioles RC 12

580 Williams 20

581 Martinez 5

582 Roggenburk 5

583 Tigers TC 40

584 Yankees RC 8

585 Taylor 9

586 Raymond 13

587 Bertell 5

588 A's RC 9

589 Klimchock 18

590 Skowron 15

591 RC 100

592 Rodgers 5

593 Camilli 10

594 Salmon 5

595 Jackson 5

596 Astros RC 15

597 Sullivan 5

598 Perry 60
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