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Lot #13 1966 Topps USA Test Bobby Orr RC Cond: PSA 6

Item ID: 615788 INV ID: Watch Listing

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This listing has ended with a winning bid of Winning Bid: $9200.00
Final Sale Price: $11040.00.

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Current Time: 7/20/2019 1:40:55 AM EST
Listed: Thursday September 6, 2018 1:01 AM EST
Ending: Thursday October 11, 2018 2:06 AM EST
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Bid Information

Starting Bid: $2,500
Current Bid: $9,200 by --
Next Bid: Bidding has closed.
Bid Increment: $920
Bids: 11 (History)
Reserve Status: This item has no Reserve.


Listing Details

One of the ultimate hockey cards, this is the rare Bobby Orr 1966 Topps USA Test Rookie Card. Hardly ever offered for sale, this example is recently graded and completely fresh to market. The offered card has four very strong corners, consistent with a 7-8 grade. This is centered slightly to the top, with the white factory cut line at the right border. The image of Rookie Orr looks great, the surfaces are quite clean. There is one stray bit of wear by the upper right corner on the back, it is otherwise not clear to us why this did not grade higher. Either way, this is a very, very sharp, clean and extremely attractive example of one of the most important hockey cards. Given the market on high grade Gretzky Rookies that were produced in massive quantities, this might be a perfect card to put in a draw for a few years and see what happens with the market.

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