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Old 04-01-2017, 11:56 AM
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I never saw a redemption either. I did pull a 1976 Reggie Cleveland.
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Old 04-05-2017, 12:49 AM
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It was my understanding there was a redemption card for an entire Topps run of sets, 1952-1991( the grand prize), and there were redemption cards for one each of the individual sets in the run. And then redemption cards for any card over a certain value at the time ($ 60 ? How determined ? ) plus any card from the 52 to 56 sets. No way to know exactly how many of these went in packs.

If you got one and did the redemption I assume the redemption card went back to Topps and disappeared. Never saw one myself, then or since. Still have a few unopened boxes. Still need 3 contest cards to complete what I think would be a numerical run of them
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