1967 Topps Baseball Rack Pack Break Now Available with Vintage Breaks

Possible Pack-Fresh Mickey Mantle
  • October 08, 2023

A very rare, sealed 1967 Topps baseball wax pack break is now available with a our sister company, Vintage Breaks! Your shot at a pack-fresh Mickey Mantle is here as we hope to make history. See how YOU can get a card from the rack pack.

For 56 years this pack has been sealed. Hidden from the light of day, these 36 cards are ready to make history. Remember when our sister company, Vintage Breaks,offered you spots in a 1955 Bowman cello pack and pulled a Mickey Mantle? Vintage Breaks is hoping to put another pack-fresh, iconic card in your hands again! A wax pack of 1967 Topps Baseball is now live in their card breaks.

1967 TOPPS BASEBALL RACK PACK BREAK

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Vintage Breaks has a 1967 Topps SERIES 2 rack pack available. This series is VERY significant! Back in 1967, Topps released their baseball cards in seven different groups, or series. This marketing idea was to keep collectors buying their cards all year rather than building a complete set of cards in April and not buying any more packs for the year. For example, in 1967, in series 1, Topps release cards numbered from 1 to 109. In series 2, Topps release cards numbered from 110 to 196, all the way through the 7ths series in the 609-card set.

This rack pack is from series 2, and we chose this pack to offer you as this is where we may pull you a pack-fresh Mickey Mantle! The Mick is card number #150!

There are other legendary players with cards in Series 2 that we hope to pull. Also in this series is Willie Stargell (140), Steve Carlton (146), and Eddie Mathews (166).

In 1967, Topps produce this rack pack with 36 total cards which you can see in three sections. This means there are 36 total cards in the pack, which is 42% of the series! If there are no duplicates, we'll see over 40% of the series 2 checklist. We certainly can't guarantee a Hall of Famer like Mantle or Stargell, but this is a great chance at pulling a historic card.

Checking the PSA Pop Report, only TWO PSA 10 Mantles exist. The sales report shows the last time a PSA 10 Mick was sold came back in October of 2013 and the price was $68,676.09. 

HOW:

You can see all of the details and purchase your spot in the break for $525 here:

1967 Topps Rack Pack Break

If you're looking to add a potentially high-graded vintage card to your collection or PSA set registry, any card from this break is perfect for your personal collection. Travel back to 1967 when Mantle was 35 and still roaming the field at Yankee Stadium, Johnny Carson was the funniest man on TV, and minimum wage was $1.40 per hour. Imagine that - these cards have been sealed in this very pack since the days when you would have needed to work three hours just to buy one gallon of gas at today's prices! You can see the rack pack in the picture above. The rack has a sweet 29-cent price tag on it, with 3 of the 36 cards showing on the front. You can see the Just Collect and Vintage Breaks owner, Leighton, holding the pack here; he can't wait to open it for you!

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Not only has Vintage Breaks pulled the Mickey Mantle from a 1955 Bowman pack that you just read about above, but they also just recently pulled several pack-fresh Hall of Famers from a 1970 Topps cello pack including Reggie Jackson! Let's watch that break to bring you good luck in the '67 rack!

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Just Collect is always buying vintage sports and non-sports cards from 1879 to 1979 as well as select modern cards. If you have a collection that you are considering selling, contact us today to discuss or get our industry-leading purchase offer. If you have a collection that you want appraised, please contact us and we would be happy to discuss your collection and help you understand the real cash value of your collection in the current marketplace. Check out the Just Collect Buy List.

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  • Travel to Us

If you can make the trip here like the son from my hometown did for this collection- we can make a deal at the office. We once met a father-son duo that drove eight hours from Virginia to meet us to sell a Michael Jordan rookie card stored in Tupperware since 1986 - great read here

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If you choose to mail your cards for an appraisal, we will evaluate your cards for FREE still. If you choose not to sell the cards, we'll ship them back shipping fees paid by us!  We can offer our FedEx account with 2-day shipping, fully insured, all covered by us. Simply contact the office to set up this option.

OUR BUYING PHILOSOPHY

We've run into a wide range of people and collections over the last 25 years. Although Just Collect is known for buying vintage sports cards and especially vintage baseball cards, we are also extremely interested in buying non-sports cards, too!  

Every collection and every collector is different and we treat EVERY collection with the respect and attention that we show for our own collections. We understand that many have put their heart and souls into building their collections. So when you're ready to sell, we understand the feelings that you're going through and will work with you to help you reach a decision that is a WIN/WIN, because if you're not happy, we're not happy.

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