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Default 1972 rack pack question

I do not collect nor follow rack packs from back in the day, but thought that they included only cards from the same series or in two consecutive series--at least the pre-1973 Topps cards. I see where REA has a 1972 rack showing cards from the 1st Series (Yaz) and 3rd Series (Clemente; Mets Team on back). Was this the typical distribution of rack pack cards that year and/or others? Just curious.

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